Not an AIG teacher yet? Interested in obtaining AIG licensure?
In order to add-on AIG licensure, you must first be certified and highly qualified in a content area other than special education (ex: either elementary, middle grades or secondary education). The whole process is now handled through universities. The universities offer DPI approved coursework with a minimum of 4 courses required for licensure. Each university sets their own tuition rate.
The following is a list of the state and private universities operating programs. Others may be available as well, so if you have a university in mind, you might want to check directly with them.
- UNCC offers the licensure program online . Details at http://distanceed.uncc.edu/programs/academically-or-intellectually-gifted
- Wingate University offers the licensure program online. Details at http://www.wingate.edu/majors-programs/graduate-education/aig-licensure-k-12/
Here are phone numbers for other colleges offering approved AIG licensure courses:
Institution Phone Appalachian State University East Carolina University 252-328-6131 N.C. Central University 919-530-7396 UNC-Charlotte 800-763-0198 UNC-Pembroke 910-521-6879 UNC- Wilmington Western Carolina University 828-227-7311 Barton College 800-345-4973 Campbell University 800-334-4111 Duke University 919-681-3257 Elon University 336-278-2000 High Point University 800-345-6993 Mars Hill College 866-642-4968 Methodist College 800-488-7110 Meredith College Wingate University 800-755-5550
- Singapore Math Alignment Guides
- William & Mary Literature Unit
- Autobiographies Alignment Guide (print on legal size)
- Singapore Math - ordering and related information
- College of William & Mary Center for Gifted Education - resource for research and materials developed for high ability learners
- University of Connecticut - provides teacher training, research and additional resources for gifted learners