• Presenter: Janet Newton
    Core Area: Knowledge of Students and Student Learning 2A, 2B; Learning Environment 4A, 4B, 4D; Data-Driven Practice 5D 
    Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary 
    Hours: 1


    Developing program options for gifted students is a critical task for any administrator. Join Janet Newton, who served as a Gifted and Talented Specialist in Regions 8 and 13, and take a deep dive into program options for gifted students in Texas. In this 1-hour course participants will explore who gifted students are, the common service and program options available to gifted students, why those service and program options are important, and how to address program options on your campus or in your district. 

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  • Presenter: Dr. Emily Mofield, Dr. Megan Parker Peters, Lipscomb University
    Core Area: Instructional Planning and Delivery 1D; Knowledge of Students and Student Learning 2A, 2B, 2C; Learning Environment 4A
    Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
    Hours: 1

    What does the research say about gifted students’ achievement motivation? How can we teach tenacity, resilience, and emotional regulation so that students are able to thrive, even through challenges? In this 1-hour course presented by Dr. Emily Mofield, lead consulting teacher for Gifted Ed in Sumner County Schools, and Dr. Megan Parker Peters, Assistant Professor and the Director of Teacher Assessment at Lipscomb University, participants will see sample lesson plans and learn practical, engaging strategies that address the link between emotions and achievement motivation in gifted students. 
     
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    © Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented, Austin, Texas 2020

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  • Presenter: Marcia Gentry
    Core Area: Creativity & Instructional Strategies
    Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
    Hours: 3

    The generic Cluster Groups Model separates gifted students from the rest of the class and pours all the resources into them during a small time block, but gifted educator Marcia Gentry says there’s a better way. Total School Cluster Grouping allows gifted students to receive full-time gifted instruction while also helping average students thrive. Come and learn all about Total School Cluster Groups in this 3-hour course.

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    Visit the TAGT website to learn more about the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented.

     © Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented, Austin, Texas 2020

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