Research & Resources
We offer a variety of resources to support academically talented students, their families, and educators, including original research. Find what you need.
Featuring two decades' worth of original research, news from the field of gifted education, and advice on meeting the academic, social, and emotional needs of academically talented students.
A resource and community space for educators. Here, educators can find guidance on everyday teaching challenges, tips to inspire their instruction, and free classroom-ready lessons and materials.
An online magazine for Duke TIP students in grades 4–6, with fun and informative feature articles, board game reviews, interviews with super-impressive people, and stories about all the amazing things TIPsters do.
An online magazine for Duke TIP students in grade 7 and above, featuring insightful articles, stories about all the high-achieving TIPsters out there, book recommendations, and more.
Students read current, age-appropriate literature alongside other gifted and talented 4th–6th graders. We provide activities and guided reading questions to help connect the book to other subjects, foster discussion, and develop critical thinking skills.
Just the Facts
There are a lot of myths about gifted education. Our researchers designed these handouts to help you cut through the noise.
At-Home Ceremony Toolkit
Achieving an exceptional score on the ACT or SAT is an amazing accomplishment. In lieu of in-person ceremonies this year, we have created this at-home ceremony toolkit for you and your family.