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Sunday, February 24







The Journey: Supporting Your 2e Child through School and Beyond Mesquite D RoomMark Bade • Eileen Brennan • Linda Neumann • Ellen Rosen • Kim Vargas Acceleration: A Practical Toolkit for Successful Implementation Smoketree E RoomTonya Beilstein • Cam Werley-Gonzales Promoting Latino Parent Engagement in Gifted Education Mesquite F RoomYelba Carrillo Talking about Gate with Your Child and Supporting Those “Flipside” Behaviors Mesquite C RoomKaren Knudson ¿Qué Significa Ser Identificado Como Superdotado? ¿Cómo Puedo Ayudar a Mis Niños en Lograr Sus Metas? Smoketree A RoomKaren Anderson Dissecting the Language of Mathematics Using the Icons of Depth and Complexity San Jacinto RoomCrystal Kerns STEM-ulating Activities on Human Ecology Santa Rosa RoomLauren Bergh New to Gifted Education... We Have Tools! Ventura RoomLeslie Moritz • Cheryl Rys Best Practices for Flexible Grouping and Collaborative Learning: Moving from Obstacles toward Solutions Sierra RoomKaren Brown • Dina Brulles Schoolwide Enrichment Model Madera RoomSally Reis • Dr. Joseph Renzulli The Art of Knowing Yourself Catalina RoomDr. Anabel Jensen Good Ideas are a Dime a Dozen, BUT…: Successful Strategies for Designing and Implementing a Gifted Program Smoketree F RoomSharon Duncan Depth and Complexity - Learning the Thinking Prompts / Profundidad y complejidad - Aprender las indicaciones de pensamiento Smoketree C RoomDr. Desiree Olivas • Nereida Prado Grass Roots Advocacy for Parents Mesquite H RoomWilliam Knudsen Serving the Whole Child: Academic, Social Emotional and Behavioral Considerations Smoketree B RoomPatricia Chiles A New Approach to Independent Study Mojave RoomDr. Sandra Kaplan • Dr. Jessica Manzone Deepening Knowledge through Visual Arts and Technology Smoketree D RoomAlicia Weyeneth A Logical Understanding of Over and Missed Diagnosis in Gifted Children Chino RoomDr. Paul Beljan Ten Myths That Hold Bright Math Students Back Pasadena RoomLast Name


Are 2e Students Getting What They Need? Mesquite E RoomTed Murcray • Karen Ottone-Cross Parent Forum Q&A Mesquite D RoomDr. Robin Schader • Mark Bade • Eileen Brennan • Linda Neumann • Ellen Rosen • Kim Vargas Pearls of Wisdom: Challenging and Celebrating Intensities and Intelligences Smoketree E RoomMichael Buist • Jennifer Nusbaum Storytelling on Steroids Smoketree A RoomCherilyn Leet The Power of Parent Partnerships and Participation: How Gifted Support Group Meetings Foster Support, Advocacy, and Community Mesquite F RoomHillary Jade Using Interest Surveys to Differentiate Your Classroom Mesquite C RoomKrisa Muller Developing 21st Century Skills through the Arts Andreas RoomCatherine Estrada High Motivational Project-Based Learning: Mars, Robots and STEAM++ San Jacinto RoomBob Barboza Students Soar When Reading, Writing, and Content Standards Collide! Santa Rosa RoomLinda Fisher Building Confidence through Writing Strategies Pasadena RoomVeronica Goode • Janet Skidmore Teaching Reasoning in Science Ventura RoomGina Rae Stolpestad Tinkering with Tomorrow's Thinkers Today Sierra RoomJoy Giovanini Advocating for the Needs of Gifted & Talented Learners Smoketree B RoomKari Hanson-Smith Connecting the Depth & Complexity Thinking Prompts to the Classroom and at Home / Conectar los avisos de pensamiento de profundidad y complejidad al aula y al hogar Smoketree C RoomDr. Desiree Olivas • Nereida Prado The Gifted Students’ Voice in Differentiating Curriculum Mojave RoomDr. Sandra Kaplan • Dr. Jessica Manzone Creating Visible Thinkers through Literacy and STEAM Smoketree D RoomCindy Hallman • Joan Hoskins The Ivy League Project Pueblo RoomRafael Inriquez • Martin Mares Zoom Out to Zoom In: Close Reading and Constructing Metaphors for Gifted Learners Chino RoomMark Hess

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