November 2016
Rutgers Gifted Education Bulletin
Welcome to the Rutgers Gifted Education Bulletin. This bulletin contains information to assist educators, counselors, administrators, and parents in meeting the needs of diverse gifted learners. For additional information, visit the Gifted Ed  website or email us at
New! Free Webinar on Collaborating and Consulting to Promote Gifted Education
Many gifted learners spend most of their academic learning time in a regular classroom. A lack of available classroom material to challenge gifted learners can be frustrating for teachers and students. Finding the time and structures to working with classroom teachers to integrate differentiated strategies into the regular education classrooms can be challenging for a gifted education specialist. This webinar will focus on collaborative professional learning structures that gifted education and regular education teachers can implement together to support gifted learners in the regular classroom. 
Certificate Program in Gifted Education: Apply Now to Be a Part of the Spring Cohort
This 12-month online certificate program is designed for K-12 educators, counselors, and administrators who seek graduate-level professional development in gifted education. The first course in the series, The Gifted Child, will be offered during the spring term, January 17-March 3. Applications are now being accepted.
Reminders & Other Announcements
Last call for November 18 Gifted Ed Conference. Conference seating is limited. Don't miss out -----  register today!
Attend an upcoming online info session to learn more about the new one-week summer academies in engineering, STEM, and leadership for high school students.
Did you miss the free webinar on Creating Choice Menus? Check out the recording here.
View an archive of the Rutgers Gifted Education Bulletin here.
Questions? Contact Rutgers University -- New Brunswick Gifted Education Program  at 848-932-7565 or