Douglas County Association for Gifted and Talented


Do you wonder if your child may be gifted? Join us to learn about how to refer your child for the gifted identification process and what that process entails.

Please join us on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 for our next DCAGT Live on the Gifted Identification & Referral Process.

You will have the opportunity to ask questions either within the comments on either social platform or via email at info@dcagt.org. We know that not all people are comfortable asking questions on such public platforms. We will get to as many as questions as we are able during the 1-hour session.

DCAGT Live Archive

Watch on the DCAGT Facebook Page

Watch on the DCAGT YouTube Channel

Archived Episodes:

  • Gifted Programming in DCSD

  • The Discovery Program

  • Gifted Learners' Transitions to Middle and High School

  • Executive Functioning

CAGT Conference

CAGT Conference 2020 is Still Available!

We hope you've heard really great things about the annual CAGT Conference. You can still register for our 2020 CAGT Virtual Conference! All of the sessions were recorded! After you register, you will receive an email with directions to get started.

Please click here to register today!

All sessions, including Keynotes, Breakouts, Signature Series, Book Signings and more, have been recorded and uploaded to their specific schedule listing. These recordings on the event platform will be available through January 31st, 2020.

*Certain live pieces of our Conference are no longer available (e.g. certain discounts, author signatures, art contest voting, etc).*

Conversations with CAGT

Tuesdays at 5:00 pm MST on Facebook Live

Each week, CAGT features a different expert in gifted education who will speak on a current GT topic in a live video chat on CAGT's Facebook page with time for your questions!

Tue. Nov. 10th: Karen Rogers

Tue. Nov. 17th: Joy Lawson Davis