Resources for Families of Gifted Learners

Parents, grandparents, and other primary caregivers are commonly involved in programs for high ability/high potential learners in several ways.

They:

  • offer support and are involved in meaningful ways with their children's education;
  • advocate for appropriate placement, curriculum, strategies, and for addressing social/emotional needs; and
  • provide context for a learner's specific needs; and volunteer to assist with school programs and classroom needs.

 


Related Pages in Montana's Gifted Education Planning Guide:

  • Profiles of high ability/high potential students
  • Social/emotional needs of high ability/high potential students 
  • Characteristics of high ability/high potential students 
  • Family engagement with gifted education programs 
  • "Things My Child Likes To Do" parent assessment 

 Additional Resources

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We're here to help. Contact us.

Kristin Snowden, Program Support Specialist, 406-465-6661

Tammy Lysons, CETA Unit Manager, 406-431-2309