ITAG 2021 Annual Conference

Sunday, October 17 2021 1:00 PM - Tuesday, October 19 2021 4:00 PM [CDT]

6111 Fleur Drive, Des Moines, Iowa , 50321, United States

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Full Sunday Registration: Parent Day and Pre-Conference Partial Approval - $100.00

Participate in our parent-focused learning Sunday afternoon with keynote Emily Kircher-Morris and other speakers, and return Sunday night for an educator-focused Pre-Conference. Parents: Your ITAG Membership is included in the registration fee.

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Virtual Conference MONDAY October 18, 2021 Only Partial Approval - $250.00

Virtual Conference MONDAY Only: Live Stream and Recorded Conference. Note: A schedule will be provided for Live Stream, 'real-time' access which includes keynote speaker for Monday and several breakout sessions. Recordings of these and other sessions will follow and will be made available by the end of October. See "add on" for those who purchase Virtual Monday only to add all other recorded sessions of the three-day conference for $75.

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Virtual Conference TUESDAY October 19, 2021 Only Partial Approval - $250.00

Virtual Conference TUESDAY Only: Live Stream and Recorded Conference. Note: A schedule will be provided for Live Stream, 'real-time' access which includes keynote speaker for Tuesday and several breakout sessions. Recordings of these and other sessions will follow and will be made available by the end of October. See "add on" for those who purchase Virtual Tuesday only to add all other recorded sessions of the three-day conference for $75.

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Recordings "add on" for those who purchased a Virtual Monday only or Tuesday only conference registration Partial Approval - $75.00

If you purchased a Monday only or Tuesday only VIRTUAL conference registration , for $75 you can have access to all recordings that ITAG can procure for our conference from Sunday- Tuesday. These will include keynote presentations and most breakout sessions. Note: If you purchased a Full Conference in-person or Full Conference Virtual registration, do not register for this 'add on'. You will automatically receive the recordings.

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Virtual "Full" Conference Only: Live-Streamed Keynotes and Selected Speakers. Recordings Available at a Later Date Partial Approval - $325.00

Virtual Conference Only: Live Stream and Recorded Conference. Note: A schedule will be provided for Live Stream, 'real-time' access which includes keynote speakers from Sunday through Tuesday and several breakout sessions from Sunday through Tuesday. Recordings of these and other sessions will follow and will be made available by the end of October.

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Full In-Person Conference: Sunday-Tuesday, October 17-19, 2021 Partial Approval - $325.00

Arrive Sunday when you choose, and participate in Parent Day (parent-focused sessions beginning at 1 pm) and Pre-Conference sessions focused on educators in the evening. Enjoy two conference days focused on educators Monday and Tuesday. Note: Parent Day, Pre-Conference, and Monday and Tuesday sessions are all a part of the Full Conference fee of $325. Meals are provided Monday and Tuesday for breakfast and lunch, and are included in your registration fee. ANNUAL ITAG MEMBERSHIP is included is the FULL CONFERENCE registration fee. Please know that cut off for Full Conference is Friday, October 8 to plan sufficiently for meals. Also Note! All recordings ITAG procures are a gift to you for 90 days at no additional fee with this registration.

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Monday October 18, 2021 In-Person Only Partial Approval - $250.00

Keynote for Monday, October 18 is Dr. Sally Krisel. Enjoy her message, along with breakout sessions from Dr. Krisel and many invited speakers and others. Breakfast and lunch are included in the Monday-only registration. Annual ITAG Membership is included in your registration fee. Please know that cut off for Monday only conference day is Friday, October 8 to plan sufficiently for meals.

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Tuesday, October 19, 2021 In-Person Only Partial Approval - $250.00

Colin Seale is our keynote for Tuesday, October 19, 2021. Enjoy his message and breakouts from Colin Seale, invited speakers and others. Breakfast and lunch are included in the Tuesday- only registration. Annual ITAG Membership is included in your registration fee. Please know that cut off for Tuesday only conference day is Friday, October 8 to plan sufficiently for meals.

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Parent Day: Sunday, October 17, 2021 Partial Approval - $50.00

Enjoy keynote Emily Kircher-Morris and other speakers. Parents: Your ITAG Membership is included in the registration fee. NOTE: FULL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION includes Parent Day.

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Recordings "add on" for those who purchased in- person Monday only or Tuesday only conference registration Partial Approval - $75.00

If you purchased a Monday only or Tuesday only conference registration for our in-person conference, for $75 you can have access to all recordings that ITAG can procure for our conference from Sunday- Tuesday. These will include keynote presentations and most breakout sessions. Note: If you purchased a Full Conference in-person registration, do not register for this 'add on'. You will automatically receive the recordings, compliments of ITAG.

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Pre-Conference: Sunday evening, October 17, 2021 Partial Approval - $75.00

Enjoy Emily Kircher-Morris, Dr. Sally Krisel, and others. Note: FULL CONFERENCE FEE includes this experience. This event is open to educators and parents. All are welcome!

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Pre-Service Educator Registration for Monday, October 18. Partial Approval - $35.00

Designed for college students who are studying to be educators, this option is available for Monday only, October 18, 2021. Student needs to provide ITAG with evidence that s/he is a current, full-time college student. There may be a scholarship to cover the $35 cost. Registrants are encouraged to request a scholarship by emailing ITAG at info@iowatag.org.

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NEW THIS YEAR! Young Scholar Presentation with Meet and Greet Tuesday, October 19, 2021 Partial Approval - $50.00

This is a great opportunity for Young Scholars to share their learning in an accepting environment with those who 'get' gifted and talented students. Note: Do not register for this event until you (ITAG Mentor,Educator, Parent) have submitted a proposal for your student group (Max 5 students per group, one per educator/school) and have received word from ITAG that your group's proposal has been accepted. Five groups, total, will be accepted for this event. Presentations and Meet and Greet are for Tuesday, October 19, 2021 only during a portion of the day, and are reserved for those students (and mentor) whose proposals were accepted and who have been notified by ITAG. Any questions, please reach out to ITAG at info@iowatag.org. For the proposal link, click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RL5DW3Y

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Pre-order Special: Teaching Twice-Exceptional Children in Today's Classroom By Emily Kircher-Morris, LPC at 10% off Partial Approval - $38.69

Recognize and support twice-exceptional (2e) learners to help them succeed in school—and beyond.* For additional description, please click on Emily's photo on the ITAG website conference page. Note: Every effort is made for your purchased text(s) to be available in time for conference and, if you choose, for Emily's signature at the book signing. However, we cannot rule out that shipping will not cooperate or that you, as the payee, may find that you cannot be at the conference to accept your book(s). In any circumstance, the book will be shipped to you. There will be a limited amount of books for purchase at the conference for the full price of $42.99. For more information about the book: https://www.amazon.com/Teaching-Twice-Exceptional-Learners-Classroom-ProfessionalTM/dp/1631984853/

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Licensure Renewal Credit - 1 credit Partial Approval - $65.00

For one re-licensure credit (total $100 fee) register through ITAG (pay ITAG fee of $65.00) AND register through the AEA System for the ITAG Annual Conference course (pay Heartland AEA fee of $35.00). Please note that the conference course is NOT YET on the HEARTLAND AEA website; ITAG will notify those registering here for credit when the course becomes public on Heartland AEA's website so that you can complete your registration). The $100 total fee for 1 credit is in addition to registering for the ITAG 2021 Annual Conference. The $35 fee is the AEA's administrative fee. As ITAG is not an employee of the AEA, the ITAG fee of $65 is for creation of the course, and for all reading and evaluation of work, as well as communicating credit earned to the AEA system. All fees collected by ITAG go into the organization for operating expenses.

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EARLY BIRD RATE: Full Conference: Sunday, October 17-Tuesday, October 19, 2021 Partial Approval - $300.00

Early Bird Rate! Save 25 bucks and make sure you have a "seat" at the conference. Arrive Sunday when you choose, and participate in Parent Day (parent-focused sessions beginning at 1 pm) and Pre-Conference sessions focused on educators in the evening. Enjoy two conference days focused on educators Monday and Tuesday. Note: Parent Day, Pre-Conference, and Monday and Tuesday sessions are all a part of the Early Bird Full Conference fee of $300. Meals are provided Monday and Tuesday for breakfast and lunch, and are included in your registration fee. ANNUAL ITAG MEMBERSHIP is included in the FULL CONFERENCE registration fee.

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Sunday, October 17 2021 1:00 PM - Tuesday, October 19 2021 4:00 PM [CDT]

Airport Holiday Inn, 6111 Fleur Drive, Des Moines, Iowa , 50321, United States.

ITAG 2021 Annual Conference is ITAG's premier conference! Join us for three days: Parent Day on Sunday afternoon, Pre-Conference on Sunday evening, and two days of educator-focused learning on Monday and Tuesday
Note: ITAG is watching the COVID-19 and variants situation closely and we may need to modify the annual event if safety measures make it prudent to do so. This may include limiting the number of in-person participants. The conference may shift in whole or part to a virtual conference, with livestreamed and/or recorded sessions to be determined. We will be in touch. Please reach out if you have questions along the way.
 
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Iowa Talented and Gifted Association

http://www.iowatag.org

The Iowa Talented and Gifted Association recognizes, supports, and respects the unique and diverse needs of talented and gifted learners through advocacy, education, and networking. ITAG promotes advocacy at the national, state and local levels, pre-service and in-service training in gifted education, and parent/community awareness, education and involvement. ITAG is comprised of parents, educators, other professionals, and community leaders who share an interest in the growth and development of gifted and talented individuals in Iowa. ITAG is a 501(c)3 organization which was organized more than 40 years ago with a vision that gifted and talented children in the State of Iowa should receive an education commensurate with their abilities and needs. ITAG is an affiliate of the National Association for Gifted Children.

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Emily Kircher-Morris, M.A., M.Ed., LPC, inspired by her own experiences as a twice-exceptional (2e) learner, is dedicated to supporting 2e children—including her own—in a way she wasn’t during her academic years. She has taught in gifted classrooms, has been a school counselor, and is now in private practice as a licensed professional counselor, where she specializes in helping gifted and twice-exceptional kids. Emily is the author of two books related to the development of twice-exceptional learners. "Teaching Twice-Exceptional Learners in Today's Classroom" (Free Spirit Publishing, 2021) focuses on supporting 2e learners in the educational setting, and "Raising Twice-Exceptional Children: A Handbook for Parents of Neurodivergent Gifted Kids" (Routledge, 2021) is a guide for parents navigating the world of twice-exceptionality. Emily is the president and founder of the St. Louis-based nonprofit Gifted Support Network. She speaks at statewide, national, and international conferences and frequently provides virtual and inperson professional development to educators worldwide. She also hosts The Neurodiversity Podcast, which explores parenting, counseling techniques, and best practices for enriching the lives of neurodivergent people. Emily lives near St. Louis, Missouri.

About Emily Kircher-Morris

Speaker

Dr. Sally Krisel devoted her career to the recognition and development of the creative and cognitive abilities of all children, including those from economically, culturally, and linguistically diverse groups. She has taught at the elementary, middle school, high school, and university levels; and she spent 10 years as Georgia’s State Director of Gifted Education. Krisel served as Program Coordinator for the University of Georgia site of the National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, where she worked with Dr. Mary Frasier on the absolute priority of the Jacob Javits Gifted & Talented Students Act, finding better ways to identify gifted students from under-served populations. As Director of Innovative and Advanced Programs for Hall County Schools in Gainesville, Georgia, Dr. Krisel lead programming initiatives designed to help teachers recognize and develop students’ advanced abilities. Her position was dedicated to raising academic standards by expanding rigorous curriculum offerings and integrating the know-how from gifted education to develop all students’ academic potential. She spearheaded the development of 35 charter schools, magnet schools, and specialized programs, all of which focus on high-end learning opportunities and pedagogy once thought to be the exclusive domain of gifted education, to lead a districtwide effort to raise the levels of enjoyment, engagement, and achievement of all students. Krisel is a part-time faculty member in the Gifted and Creative Education Program at the University of Georgia. She has been recognized for her work in promoting both equity and excellence in gifted education by the National Association for Gifted Children, the Georgia Association for Gifted Children, the University of Georgia, and the U.S. Department of Educations’ Office for Civil Rights. Dr. Krisel served five terms on the NAGC Board of Directors from 2009-2021. She completed her term as Past President of the association in August of this year.

About Dr. Sally Krisel

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01:00 PM

Parent Day: Emily Kircher-Morris “Helping Kids Manage ‘All the Feels’” (livestream/recorded)

01:00 PM - 01:45 PMIowa A
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Parent Day: Valora James "Giftedness in MSOC- Many Shades of Colour"

01:00 PM - 01:45 PMIowa C

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02:00 PM

Parent Day: Dr. Sally Beisser "Early Childhood Giftedness" (livestream/recorded)

02:00 PM - 02:45 PMIowa A

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Parent Day: Michelle Kavars "Gifted Parent Groups: Social Emotional Needs of the Gifted (SENG) Overview"

02:00 PM - 02:45 PMIowa C

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Parent Day: Hollie Weber and Linda Linn "Working with Your School"

02:00 PM - 02:45 PMIowa B

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Parent Day KEYNOTE: Emily Kircher-Morris “For the Love of Learning” (livestream/recorded)

03:00 PM - 04:00 PMIowa A
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Parent Day: Book Signing Event with Emily Kircher-Morris

04:10 PM - 04:55 PMIowa A foyer

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04:15 PM

Parent Day: Legacy Interview with Chris Schultz

04:15 PM - 04:45 PMIowa A

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06:30 PM

Pre-Conference: Emily Kircher-Morris “Supporting the Mental Health of Gifted and 2e Learners in a Changed World” (livestream/recorded)

06:30 PM - 07:15 PMIowa A
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Pre-Conference: By Dr. Kimberly S. Wayne “Why is There so Much Talk Surrounding STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Careers?”

06:30 PM - 07:15 PMIowa B

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07:25 PM

Pre-Conference: “Shining a Light on Giftedness” Panel of Experts: Emily Kircher-Morris; Dr. Laurie Croft, PhD; Dr. Sally Beisser, PhD; Dr. Kimberly S. Wayne, PhD; Dr. Sally Krisel, EdD (livestream/

07:25 PM - 08:25 PMIowa A
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07:00 AM

Registration

07:00 AM - 07:50 AMFoyer

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Information about obtaining credit

07:00 AM - 07:50 AMIowa B

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Breakfast

07:00 AM - 07:50 AMFoyer and outside Iowa rooms

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08:00 AM

Welcome

08:00 AM - 08:30 AMIowa A

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08:30 AM

KEYNOTE: Sally Krisel, EdD "Gifted Programs at Risk? We Hold the Future in Our Hands." (livestream/recorded)

08:30 AM - 09:30 AMIowa A
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09:40 AM

Breakout session: Laurie Croft “Focus on Teacher-Student Relationships that Impact Gifted Learners” (livestream/recorded)

09:40 AM - 10:40 AMIowa A

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Breakout session: Dr. Kay Augustine DOE; Dr. Kristine Milburn; students "SEL--What is it? And How do we Implement it for Advanced Learners?"

09:40 AM - 10:40 AMBallroom North

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CANCELED! Breakout session: Sherice Ortman "Think Like Socrates: Establish a Culture of Inquiry"

09:40 AM - 10:40 AMIowa B

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Breakout session: Jay Swords "Non-Conformists in the Classroom: How to Work with Gifted Students Who Don’t Fit the Mold"

09:40 AM - 10:40 AMIowa C

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CANCELED! Breakout session: Bonnie Kramer "Light Your Path to Depth and Complexity with a Fresh Look at Kaplan's Icons"

09:40 AM - 10:40 AMIowa D

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10:55 AM

Breakout session: Dr. Sally Krisel, EdD -- “I Always Knew I Was Smart. What Took Y’all So Long?” (livestream/recorded)

10:55 AM - 11:55 AMIowa A

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Breakout session: Linda Linn and Tony Voss "Flood Light or Spotlight? Methods to Advocate for Gifted Education"

10:55 AM - 11:55 AMBallroom North

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Breakout session: Dr. Kristine Milburn "MTSS: Serving Advanced Learners Throughout the Day"

10:55 AM - 11:55 AMBallroom South

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Breakout session: Marcia Powell "Despite Our Best Intentions: Looking for New Ways to Identify 2e, 3e and Creative Leaders in Your School"

10:55 AM - 11:55 AMBallroom Central

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Breakout session: Dr. Laurie Croft and Jan Warren "Shining a Light on Giftedness Since 1980: Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education"

10:55 AM - 11:55 AMIowa B

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11:55 AM

Lunch

11:55 AM - 12:55 PMBallrooms

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12:55 PM

Breakout session: Dr. Megan Foley-Nicpon, PhD "Psychosocial Skill Development in Twice-Exceptional Youth" (livestream/recorded)

12:55 PM - 01:55 PMIowa A

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Breakout session: Paula Lawson-Moore "Meeting the Needs of Gifted Students Through the Future Problem Solving Program"

12:55 PM - 01:55 PMIowa C

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Breakout session: Dr. Ronald Rinehart, Dr. Ben Olsen, and Lisa Freese "Mission Cognition: Students Plan a Trip to Mars"

12:55 PM - 01:55 PMBallroom Central and South

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Breakout session: Dr. Jolene Teske "Digging into Qualitative Data to Create Equitable Identification Beyond Quantitative Limitations"

12:55 PM - 01:55 PMIowa B

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Breakout session: Linda Linn, Taylor Wussow, Sam Smith, Dara Greenland "Trial by Fire: Mentor/Mentee Panel"

12:55 PM - 01:55 PMBallroom North

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02:10 PM

Breakout session: Dr. Laurie Croft, PhD “Shining a Light on Problem Solving, Starting with Problem Finding” (livestream/recorded)

02:10 PM - 03:10 PMIowa A

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Breakout session: Rosanne Malek "I Am New to Gifted! Where Do I Start?"

02:10 PM - 03:10 PMBallroom North

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CANCELED! Breakout session: Marcia Powell "Computational Literacy and Ways to Cultivate That in Your Classroom"

02:10 PM - 03:10 PMBallroom South

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Breakout session: Laurie Shriver "Animations for Augmented Reality"

02:10 PM - 03:10 PMIowa C

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Breakout session: Jeff Cachur and Rita Linnemann "CogAT Data: Not Just for Identification Purposes. Ability Profile Uses to Differentiate Instruction"

02:10 PM - 03:10 PMIowa B

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03:15 PM

Educator Poster Presentations

03:15 PM - 05:00 PMBallroom North and Central

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Dinner on your own

05:00 PM - 06:30 PMn/a

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06:30 PM

Game Night in the Hotel Atrium

06:30 PM - 09:00 PMHotel Atrium

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Registration

07:00 AM - 07:50 AMFoyer

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Breakfast

07:00 AM - 07:50 AMFoyer and outside Iowa rooms

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08:00 AM

Welcome

08:00 AM - 08:30 AMIowa A

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08:30 AM

KEYNOTE: Colin Seale "Tangible Equity: An Instructional Framework for Identity, Excellence, and Leadership In and Beyond the Gifted Classroom" (livestream/recorded)

08:30 AM - 09:00 AMIowa A
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09:40 AM

Breakout session: Colin Seale "Low Floor, High Ceiling: Concrete Strategies to Unlock Excellence in All Students" (livestream/recorded)

09:40 AM - 10:40 AMIowa A
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Breakout session: Penny Watgen "Gifted: Why We Need the Label, What it Means, and How to Communicate to Families and Teachers"

09:40 AM - 10:40 AMIowa D

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Breakout session: Jolie Pelds "How to Inspire Innovation and Creative Thinking Through STEM Learning"

09:40 AM - 10:40 AMIowa B

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Breakout session: Brett Monnard "NANOWRIMO: Incorporating Creative Writing into the Gifted Experience"

09:40 AM - 10:40 AMBallroom North

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Breakout session: Casey Dunley "Illuminating Leadership - An Overview on Identification at the Secondary Level"

09:40 AM - 10:40 AMIowa C

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10:55 AM

Breakout session: Dr. Sally Beisser, PhD “The Power of JOY: Finding Joy in Trying Times” (livestream/recorded)

10:55 AM - 11:55 AMIowa A

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Breakout session: Julie Zastrow and team "Matching Instruction to the Unique Needs of Gifted Learners"

10:55 AM - 11:55 AMBallroom South

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Breakout session: Dr. Kristine Milburn with Brenda Daisy and Jill Gilbert "All Means ALL: Screening and Serving Culturally Diverse and Multilingual Populations"

10:55 AM - 11:55 AMBallroom North

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Breakout session: Dr. Shaun Vecera "Q&A: What Students Need to Know About Learning in the College Classroom"

10:55 AM - 11:55 AMBallroom Central

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Canceled! Virtual Young Scholars

10:55 AM - 11:55 AMIowa C

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Lunch

11:55 AM - 12:55 PMBallrooms

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12:55 PM

Breakout session: Evan Abbey “The Effect of Technology and the Internet on the Gifted Child” (livestream/recorded)

12:55 PM - 01:55 PMIowa A

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Breakout session: Thomas Cooley "Funding of Gifted and Talented Programs"

12:55 PM - 01:55 PMBallroom South

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Breakout session: Kyra Wilcox-Conley "Shine a Light on Gifted SEL: Perfectionism"

12:55 PM - 01:55 PMIowa B

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Breakout session: Dr. Todd Hodgkinson "Concept-Based Curriculum Design: A How-to Session"

12:55 PM - 01:55 PMBallroom North

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Young Scholars Gallery

12:55 PM - 01:55 PMBallroom Central

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02:10 PM

Breakout session: Dr. Shaun Vecera "Using Mindset, Metacognition, and Memory to Support Student Learning: Guiding Principles and Specific Suggestions" (livestream/recorded)

02:10 PM - 03:10 PMIowa A

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Breakout session: Rosanne Malek "Developing a Gifted Budget to Spend Your Funding"

02:10 PM - 03:10 PMBallroom North

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Breakout session: Casey Dunley "GT Extended Learning Seminars - The Perfect Fit for Remote Learning"

02:10 PM - 03:10 PMIowa B

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Breakout session: Michelle Kavars "Light Through a Prism: Pairing a G/T Specialist and Instructional Coach for Collaboration, Coaching, and Consultation"

02:10 PM - 03:10 PMIowa C

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Breakout session: Jay Swords "Instant Challenges: An Exciting Way to Teach Creative Problem Solving for K-12 Students"

02:10 PM - 03:10 PMIowa D

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