Whether they’ve been identified or not, every educator works with gifted students. Learn how to identify and address these students, keep current with gifted education, and build a gifted education program from scratch. This year’s conference is designed with all K-12 educators in mind: classroom teachers, gifted education specialists/coordinators, principals, and assistant superintendents/superintendents.
An internationally recognized leader in the field of gifted education, Dr. Joyce Van Tassel-Baska, will deliver the keynote address. Workshops will be led by experts drawn from across the country.
The conference will be held on Nov. 17, in Somerset.
Registration and Keynote: Doubletree by Hilton Somerset Hotel and Conference Center, 200 Atrium Dr., Somerset
Concurrent Workshop Sessions and Lunch: Rutgers Continuing Education Center at the Atrium, 300 Atrium Dr. Somerset
The conference fee is $189.
For more information and to register, visit gifteded.rutgers.edu/giftedconference.
You may also reach Liz Beasley, program director, at 848-932-7565 or email@example.com.
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