November 1, 2006 - November 5, 2006
To make significant changes takes determination and a desire to make things better. In 1903 the Wright brothers blazed a trail and opened the skies for all. As educators, parents and advocates of high-potential learners you are equally dedicated to opening up greater educational opportunities for gifted children.
This year, the National Association for Gifted Children will hold its 53rd Annual Convention in Charlotte, NC. This presents a unique opportunity to hear from the authoritative voices in gifted education. The program is rich in content and scope with presentations focusing on differentiation, rigorous curriculum and the social and emotional needs of high-ability learners.
The world of gifted education will gather for 3 days to listen, learn, relax, and revive surrounded by colleagues who are all striving to ensure that the unique educational needs of gifted children are met.
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Acceleration Needs Assessment: Rising Above the Invisible Ceiling
The Role of Parenting: Implications from Parenting Practices of Some Asian American Families
Twice-Exceptional: What Works?
Teachers and Coaches! Promote Effective Literacy Instruction for Talented Readers
Project MUSEUM LA: Boosting Gifted English Language Learners' Performance