Academically/Intellectually Gifted (AIG) Add-On Licensure Program for Teachers
In cooperation with schools and the Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP), the Program in Education is pleased to offer non-degree, graduate level coursework in gifted education to in-service teachers. Four courses totaling 12 semester credit hours are offered. Upon successful completion of the program, teachers can obtain AIG (K-12) add-on licensure to their North Carolina teaching license.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2015-2016 academic year. Download an application here.
For more information about the Academically/Intellectually Gifted Add-On Licensure Program contact
2014 AIG Graduation Video
What program completers are saying...
“The most important thing that I will take away from this experience is that not all gifted students are the same…there is not really a classic AIG student; they are all so different in so many different ways.” ~Amanda Fiskars, ‘08
“I have learned a great deal about the characteristics and needs of gifted students. I have also learned to employ systematic reflection and analysis and a variety of methods and strategies to be able to better differentiate instruction within my class.
~ Sam Brown, ‘08
“This experience has brought to the forefront many ideas that were already beliefs of mine but which were not necessarily being fully implemented in my teaching…it is my hope that this experience will continue to change and challenge my teaching.”
~ Lauren Ruderman Miller, ‘08
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