Nag 2015- 2016

Updated August 13, 2015


NAG is an affiliate of the National Association For Gifted Children (NAGC)

NAGC has numerous articles that support the work of Nebraska Association For The Gifted (NAG).  Some of those articles and the related research include:

•What The Research Says:  Gifted Education Works
•Frequently Asked Questions About Gifted Education
•Training Teachers in Gifted and Talented Education
•Common Gifted Education Myths

NAG membership is over 400 strong with a contact list of of over 3200.  Membership is from March 1 to March 1 of a given year.  Attendance at conference includes a $25 yearly membership fee and participants are members.  Separate membership for those not attending conference is also encouraged at $25.

Membership form here...NAG_Membership_(s).pdf

Questions to


Nebraska Association For The Gifted (NAG)

Fall 2015

(click Fall Conference)

“Differentiated Instruction:  A Model Addressing Rigor and Complexity”...with Dr. Richard Cash

                                Hosted by Nebraska Association for Gifted and ESU’s

                                                    Register here...2015_NE+ESU's_Registration_Dr.Cash.pdf

Nebraska Locations…

ESU 13, Scottsbluff NE

Sept. 21

ESU 16, North Platte NE

Sept. 22

ESU 5, Beatrice NE

Sept 23

ESU 3, Omaha NE

Sept. 25


Lunch Provided

Book Provided

                                   •A professional learning day that provides differentiation instruction

                                             practices for the entire school population

                                                                        •All teachers K-12

       Spring Conference 2016 Registration is Now Open

February 25-26, 2016

Omaha NE

Embassy Suites Conference Center, Old Market

Click Spring Conference

“Clueing In:  Unraveling the Differences In Gifted Education”

Conference Registration Here...NAG_Conference2016_Registration.pdf

Conference Presenter Proposal Form Here...NAG_Presentation_Form2016(f).pdf