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Saturday, February 22 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Project Period Table: A Successful use of Type III Enrichment for Gifted

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Presents the results of the first Type III Enrichment (Project-based) with gifted students at a full-time talent program in Mexico as well as its effects on teamwork abilities, communication, and independent learning. Was conducted as small group project instruction for 12 months to teach High School Chemistry to 10-12-year-old students in an advanced placement program. This culminated with the public presentation of the project at a national Science Custer Fair. We described the team abilities, changes on learning strategies and creativity within this independent but supervised project that involved learning complex biochemical concepts and public speaking skills.

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Dr. Andrew Almazan

Director of the Psychology Department, CEDAT Talent Attention Center Mexico
Dr. Andrew Almazan directs the Psychology Department at CEDAT (Centro de Atención al Talento). He is also a representative of Mexico at the World Council of Gifted and Talented Children (WCGTC). Dr. Almazan received the 2010 Mexico City Youth Prize, and the 2016 National Prize in... Read More →
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Dafne Almazan

Professor, CEDAT Talent Attention Center
Dafne Almazan works as a full-time teacher for gifted at CEDAT (Centro de Atención al Talento). She received the 2018 Mexico City Youth Prize, and the 2016 National Prize in Psychology. Dafne is a student in the Ph.D. in Special Education at Liberty University, has earned her Master’s... Read More →


Saturday February 22, 2020 2:15pm - 3:15pm
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