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Sunday, February 24
 

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7:45am

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9:00am

9:30am

10:40am

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

11:50am

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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