Call for Proposals 2020
39th Annual Gifted Education Conference
20/20 FOCUS: Connection, Diversity, Innovation
October 23-24, 2020
Drury University, Springfield MO
Each proposal will be considered by the conference planning committee. Selected facilitators will be notified in June. AN EMAIL WILL BE SENT CONFIRMING RECEIPT OF YOUR PROPOSAL WITHIN FIVE BUSINESS DAYS. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact
Presenters chosen will receive a 50% discount on their conference registration fee.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT IS APRIL 3.
City, State, Zip:
Email address-all correspondence will be sent to this email address. A confirmation email will be sent within five business days.
May we share this email address with conference attendees, if you are chosen as a presenter?
Your primary role:
Teacher of gifted
If "other" please explain below:
Name of additional presenter/s - only one registration will be discounted 50%. All additional presenters must register and cover full conference fee.
Email address of additional presenter/s:
Description of presentation - limit to 150 words or less. This summary will be used to describe your session to attendees.
Submissions should fit in one of the following categories:
Connection: What issues, constraints, and strategies are involved when considering the social and emotional needs of gifted learners?
Diversity: What testing practices, strategies, etc. help foster inclusiveness, meet the needs of twice-exceptional students, and address the issues faced by underrepresented populations?
Innovation/Critical Thinking: What new methods, technologies, applications, and tools have been shown to be effective in supporting gifted students?
Choose the date you would prefer to present - CHOICE CANNOT BE GUARANTEED. Sessions are 50 minutes. You may be asked to present twice. Sessions relating to parents will be scheduled on Saturday.
Friday, October 23
Saturday, October 24
Target audience - choose all that apply
Elementary teachers (1-3)
Intermediate teachers (4-5)
Middle School teachers (6-8)
High School teachers (9-12)
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