Teachers Workshop is a resource and community space for educators sponsored by the Duke University Talent Identification Program. Here educators of the gifted can find guidance on everyday teaching challenges, tips to inspire their instruction, and free classroom-ready lessons and materials.
Join your colleagues to share lesson ideas, and review and discuss best practices in gifted curriculum and instruction.
We’re here to inspire greater art, craft, and ideas for your classroom. The ideas you’ll find are starting points for conversation about best practices. Tell us what worked and what didn’t. We’re also here to learn what’s already working for you. Share your joys and frustrations about the art and rocket science of teaching gifted youth.
Every day presents exciting and daunting challenges for educators of the gifted: an opportunity to solve a problem or make something new happen for our students. At Teachers Workshop we strive to be invitational, conversational, and motivational so you can make what you need to for your classroom.
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Help us create a space where caring, committed educators of the gifted gather to refine and create best practices.
About Duke TIP
The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is a nonprofit organization that has served over 2.8 million academically talented students in grades four through twelve since 1980. Each year, Duke TIP enrolls nearly one hundred thousand new students in its talent searches. TIP’s talent searches help these gifted students assess the extent of their abilities with above-level testing, recognize them for their achievements, and provide them with a variety of enrichment benefits. TIP also offers accelerated face-to-face and online educational programs to more than eight thousand students each year. In addition, TIP is constantly conducting research into the educational, emotional, and social factors impacting the lives of gifted children, then sharing this research and related advice with educators, parents, and the greater gifted community. Learn more.
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