Category: Parents

GiftedTykes on Identifying Giftedness in Early Childhood

Here is a paper that readers may find interesting from GiftedTykes author, Dory Muller. Click the link to download the promotional booklet as a PDF.

About the Author: Dory Muller, M.S. is a doctoral student in educational psychology, specializing in exceptionalities and psychometrics at Capella University. His research focuses on educational assessment, high-potential infants and toddlers, and gifted and talented student identification disenfranchisement. His previous work has appeared in multiple assessment conferences around the country such as Planning and Institutional Improvement and Association for the Assessment of Learning in Higher Education.

Infant Indicators of Giftedness

AAGTS 39th Annual Conference

Annual Conference

Saturday, January 27, 2018
Albuquerque Academy
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

“Misdiagnoses and Missed Diagnoses: A Toolbox for Teachers and Parents of Gifted Children,” Presented by Dr. Edward R. Amend

​We invite gifted and regular education teachers, parents, mental health professionals, and education administrators to join us in learning about strategies for identifying and distinguishing between gifted traits and mental health disorders, including the intersection between the two.

Early Bird Registration ends December 22, 2017
Reduced rates for members and their guests, students, and teachers. Teachers and professionals will earn CEUs.

AAGTS LogoAlbuquerque Association for Gifted and Talented Students is a nonprofit organization of parents and educators dedicated to identifying and maximizing the potential of gifted and talented children in the state of New Mexico.