Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018
Paul Foster Business Campus, Baylor University, Rm. 250
8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Cost: $100 (Light Breakfast and Lunch included)
Opportunity to Earn Continuing Education Hours
This conference offers high-interest sessions for individuals who teach and administer programs for gifted and advanced learners. Dr. Del Siegle and Dr. Nancy Hertzog, nationally known experts in the field, will highlight ways to meet the needs of diverse gifted learners. In breakout sessions, gifted education specialists will describe specific classroom strategies and practices that help all students reach their full potential.
Keynote addresses presented by expert speakers:
Morning Keynote Session
Motivating Students Who Are Not Achieving
Dr. Del Siegle
Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Affairs in the Neag School of Education and Director of the National Center for Research on Gifted Education at the University of Connecticut
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Afternoon Keynote Session
Inquiry-Based Instruction: Addressing the Needs of Young Diverse Learners
Dr. Nancy Hertzog
Director of the Halbert and Nancy Robinson Center for Young Scholars at the University of Washington
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Morning and Afternoon Breakout Sessions
Participants will select from informative sessions presented by central Texas gifted education specialists on topics related to meeting the needs of gifted and advanced learners.
*For offline registration, please call 254-710-2171