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Prairie View, Texas from July 16 - July 19, 2019
The 17th annual conference presents IS and international speakers presenting the latest developments in research and practices.
American participants have special rates for this international conference!
American Participants (partially sponsored by: MACH-III; and HETL):
American Universities $ 150
Teachers $ 100
Graduate Students $ 50
Associations $ 200
Parents $ 50
Nashville Tennessee July 24-28 at Vanderbilt University.
Early bird registration ends April 15, 2019.
Fort Hays University, June 3-7. Purpose: Exposing teachers to the ecological culture of Kansas. The week will consist of some classwork and field trips around Kansas, teacher expectation is to develop one lesson to share based on the information they learned from the institute. Apply for a grant for lodging, most meals, and stipend to attend. Application open until available spots are filled.
Looking for a new demonstration for an outreach event? Or want to jump start your chapter on outreach? These demonstrations have been developed by SPS to help you make a difference in your local communities. Each demonstration includes parts lists, instructions, key physical concepts to explain, and demonstration videos, where appropriate. Interested in contributing to this list?
How to Get Gifted Kids to Work in Groups GiftedGuru.com
This comprehensive website consists of over 1000 pages of information on gifted children and adults.
Offered by NAGC, these live webinars are for educators and parents to better understand and serve the gifted learner.
KSDE is a websource that contains many useful links for gifted educators including the Effective Practices Instructional Kit, Data Sources and Gifted Education Documents.