IAGC VIDEO INTERVIEW SERIES
The video interviews on this page offer perspectives from IAGC Board Members and other experts and advocates in the field of gifted education. These interviews explore a variety of topics, research, and issues that impact advanced learners. The views expressed in these videos do not necessarily reflect the views of the IAGC.
Michelle Kane, Ed. D. provides strategies for helping emotionally intense children with gifts and talents to cope with anxiety during challenging times.
Dr. Paula Olszewski-Kubilius provides an overview of the Talent Development approach to gifted education and some ideas and perspectives for schools and districts as they use this approach to inform programming and support equal access to opportunities for advanced learners.
Dr. Adrienne Coleman provides perspectives and suggestions for examining the racial implications of Covid-19 with respect to advanced learners. She also provides suggestions for conducting courageous conversations among students pertaining to racial issues.
IAGC Board Member, Newenka DuMont discusses her perspectives about the importance of social parenting for supporting families of children with gifts and talents. She provides several suggestions and resources for building parent networks.