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Updates

The application for the 2024-25 Wisconsin Gifted and Talented Grant Program is now available. The deadline for applying is April 15, 2024. This application form will be submitted electronically using Qualtrics. As noted on page 6 of the grant guidance (link below), you are STRONGLY encouraged to draft your responses in another document and then paste each response into Qualtrics once you are ready to submit. The link is to the form is available at WI GT Grant Qualtrics Application.  

Are you still trying to decide if this Gifted/Talented (GT) grant may be right for you? If so, here is a short 3 ½ minute video giving you more information – see Promotion video.

The WI GT Grant Guidance document that explains the grant process, timelines, key sections, and more can be found at WI GT Grant Guidance.

A copy of the WI GT grant rubric is available at WI GT Grant Rubric (reference only). This rubric is one of the most important (and underutilized) documents available to grant writers. Pro tip: It can help you in completing and self-assessing your application before submitting it.

The WI GT grant slide deck that describes the grant application and processes can be found at WI GT Application Slide Deck.

A narrated presentation (close captioning is available) using the GT Grant slide deck can be found at Application Overview video.

There will be two “Office Hours” virtual meetings will be held where any applicants can log on and ask any questions about the grant application, the process, etc. These meetings are completely optional. The first one will be held on Friday, March 8 from 7:30 – 8:20am and again on Tuesday, March 12 from 12:00-12:50pm.

1/2021 Updated Targeted Screener List

An updated listing of targeted screeners for identification of gifted and/or talented students has been posted to this website. For more information, go to Identify Student Needs and use the link on that page for the Targeted Screener PDF document.

Resources for Students, Educators, Caregivers & Families

Regardless of where learning is happening--in-person, physically distanced, or virtual--the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction’s (DPI) vision for student learning remains unchanged. We want all learners in Wisconsin to be engaging with the skills, knowledge, and habits that will support them in graduating from high school academically prepared and socially and emotionally competent. In an effort to promote meaningful learning experiences in the gifted domains of creativity and leadership, linked are the Creativity and Leadership infographics with ideas and questions for how to promote learning in those two areas.

Scholarship/Internship/Miscellaneous Information

The Wisconsin Association for Talented & Gifted has a number of different scholarship opportunities. More information about each one can be found at WATG Scholarships

Gifted and Talented Teacher and Coordinator Licenses

Wisconsin offers add-on Gifted and Talented Teacher and Coordinator licenses. To receive either license, you must already hold a valid Wisconsin teaching license in another subject area. There are approved programs at UW-Whitewater - see license program , UW-Stevens Point - see license program, and Concordia University - see license program