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Saturday, February 23
 

7:45am

10:30am

Supporting the Emotional Well-Being of Twice Exceptional Students Mesquite E RoomDr. Thomas P. Hébert Dear Colleague: Responding to an Inquiry from OCR Smoketree F RoomKari Hanson-Smith Scholars: 20 years of Successful Full-time Programming Smoketree E RoomLenae Lazzelle Burning Questions: How Sculpting Provocative Prompts Breaks Old Patterns, Builds New Paradigms, and Blows Their Minds Smoketree A RoomDr. Anabel Jensen • Cherilyn Leet Growth Mindset for Gifted: Building Scholarly Dispositions through the “Practices” Mesquite C RoomKaren Anderson Philosophy of Sex for Gifted High School Students Mesquite F RoomSharon Kaye • Sharon Lamb Depth and Complexity Is Everywhere! Andreas RoomDolph Petris Using Ill-Structured Problems to Challenge Gifted Students Santa Rosa RoomRichard Cash Teaching Social Justice and Activism through Literature Pasadena RoomStephanie Fiore • Daniel Gibbs Acceleration in Math: How Do We Do That? Catalina RoomAnn Lupkowski-Shoplik Quality Curriculum and Instruction for Advanced Learners: A Look at Essential Elements Mesquite G RoomDr. Jann Leppien Advanced Primary Learners ~ Identifying and Supporting the Needs of Primary Learners Smoketree C RoomKaren Knudson • Courtney Lu How LCAP & LCFF Work Mesquite H RoomLee Angela Reid • Barrett Snider Situational Learning: Problem Solving in Social-Emotional Contexts Mojave RoomDr. Sandra Kaplan • Dr. Jessica Manzone Personalizing Learning to Close the Achievement Gap Smoketree D RoomLori Leibowitz • Jessica Stargardter Powerful Strategies to Enhance the Learning of Gifted Students Pueblo RoomNathan Levy

1:00pm

Talent Development: The Badges Program Mesquite E RoomLaura Bahr • Caroline Maxwell When Math Is a Problem: Creative and Humorous Ways to Teach Math without Worksheets Mesquite D RoomFILLINGDr. Rachel McAnallen #joyfullearning - The Power and Passion of Schoolwide Enrichment Model (SEM) Smoketree F RoomKirsten Walker Integrating Culturally Relevant Practices to Support Underrepresented Populations Mesquite G RoomPam Lovett Moving the Needle on Student Achievement: Invest in School Leaders! Smoketree E RoomSteven Keller • Gary D. Soto Nurturing Self-Compassion in Gifted Students Mesquite C RoomHeather Boorman Using Restorative Practices to Create an Inclusive Classroom for Gifted and 2e Students Mesquite F RoomKaren Arnstein Project Based Learning: "Plant the Seed, See Them Grow" San Jacinto RoomJennifer Ferrara The Power of Choice: Using Menus to Differentiate across Disciplines Ventura RoomTessa McKeown Strategies to Differentiate Mathematics with Depth and Complexity. Pasadena RoomMichael Hazelton Integrating New Prompts of D/C to Increase Academic Rigor Sierra RoomDeborah Hazelton • Juli Petrilli Are Gifted Identification Practices and Services Connected? Catalina RoomDr. E. Jean Gubbins • Karen Ottone-Cross Approaches toward Enfranchising Diversity in Gifted Programs Smoketree C RoomDina Brulles Grass Roots Policy Advocacy 101 Mesquite H RoomWilliam Knudsen Differentiated Curriculum as a Tool for Non-Traditional Identification Mojave RoomDr. Sandra Kaplan • Dr. Jessica Manzone Journey Through Virtual Enrichment and TLAD Smoketree D RoomJessie Green Sparking Intellectual Curiosity, Passion and Success in Mathematically Gifted Students Pueblo RoomEd Zaccaro

2:15pm

3:30pm

Technology and Productivity: Supporting the 2e Learner Mesquite E RoomDr. Jann Leppien Replication Study on GATE Certification Practices in a Southern California District Smoketree E RoomJessica Cannaday Access Gap: Perceptions of Stakeholders Regarding Inclusion of Traditionally Marginalized Students in Gifted and Talented Education Programs in the Local Control Accountability Plan Mesquite F RoomCynthia Steuben Gifted Kids versus Classroom Social Norms Mesquite C RoomDr. Joanna Haase • Lisa L. Hancock, Ph.D., MBA How Technology Can Change Your (Classroom) Life Smoketree A RoomRenee Chipman • Eric Sorenson, M.Ed Helping Gifted Students Advance Algebraic Thinking and Real Life Problem Solving Proficiency Madera RoomDonna Knoell Introducing and Implementing the Prompts of Depth and Complexity and the Content Imperatives San Jacinto RoomTeresa Koontz Have Technology? Maximize Learning by Layering Assignments to Differentiate in a GATE Clustered Classroom Pasadena RoomPaul Longshore Questioning Strategies Sierra RoomDeborah Hazelton • Juli Petrilli Featured Speakers Panel. Designing GATE Programs in the Age of LCFF Catalina RoomKari Hanson-Smith • Alicia Weyeneth • Alison DeMark • Martha Gomez • Pam Lovett Multiple Intelligences + Differentiation + Brain-Based Learning = A Winning Combination for Gifted Students Smoketree B RoomDr. Sue Teele Creating an Academic Identity Mojave RoomDr. Sandra Kaplan • Dr. Jessica Manzone Integration vs. Interdisciplinary: Which One Are You Doing and Are You Doing It Right? Smoketree D RoomJeffery Flagg Inquiry-Based Learning Ensures Critical Thinking and Academic Rigor Chino RoomKelly Emanuel Problem-Based Learning: Empowering Students through Real-World Problem Solving Pueblo RoomJan Hayes
 


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