2020 NAGC Presentations

2020 NAGC Conference Presentations by Center Associates

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SCHEDULED SESSIONS

Sessions Presenters
Friday, November 13, 2020

3:15-4:00 PM

829966: Programs to Identify and Serve High-Achieving Students with Economic Need

Jill L. Adelson (Duke University), Ann Robinson (Jodie Mahony Center for Gifted Education), Matt Makel (Duke TIP), Paula Olszewski-Kubilius (Center for Talent Development, Northwestern University), Saiying Steenbergen-Hu (Center for Talent Development, Northwestern University), Catherine A. Little (University of Connecticut)
Saturday, November 14, 2020

1:15-2:00 PM

830777: Jack Kent Cooke Scholars’ Paths to College: Longitudinal Lessons Learned

Sally M. Reis (University of Connecticut), D. Betsy McCoach (University of Connecticut), Laurel E. Brandon (University of Connecticut)
Saturday, November 14, 2020

5:15-6:00 PM

Challenges, Changes, and Creative Opportunities for the Advancement of Gifted Education Programs in a Rapidly Changing World

Joseph S. Renzulli (University of Connecticut), Sally Krisel (University of Georgia)
Sunday, November 15, 2020

1:15-2:00 PM

831309: Does Modification of Identification Policies Increase the Diversity of Gifted Students?

Daniel A. Long (University of Connecticut), Del Siegle (University of Connecticut), Carolyn M. Callahan (University of Virginia), E. Jean Gubbins (University of Connecticut)
Sunday, November 15, 2020

1:15-2:20 PM

829005: Learning Experiences for “Incredible” Kids: Lessons that Invite Gifted Behaviors

Elizabeth A. Fogarty (University of St. Thomas), Catherine A. Little (University of Connecticut)
Monday, November 16, 2020

4:15-5:00 PM

2020 Perspectives: NAGC Past-Presidents Panel

Del Siegle (University of Connecticut), Sally Reis (University of Connecticut), Jonathan Plucker (John Hopkins University), Sandra N. Kaplan (University of Southern California), Sally Krisel (University of Georgia), Paula Olszewski-Kubilius (Center for Talent Development, Northwestern University), Ann Robinson (Jodie Mahony Center for Gifted Education), Joyce VanTassel-Baska (College of William and Mary)
NAGC BOOTH VIRTUAL VIDEO CHATS
Dates Team Members and Times
Friday, November 13 Stacy M. Hayden, current doctoral candidate: 12:00-1:00pm
Del Siegle, Renzulli Center Director and Professor, & Catherine Little, Professor: 5:00-6:00pm
Saturday, November 14 Stacy M. Hayden, current doctoral candidate: 11:00am-12:00pm
Joseph Renzulli, Founding Director of the Renzulli Center: 1:00-2:00pm
Del Siegle, Renzulli Center Director and Professor, and Catherine Little, Professor: 6:00-7:00pm
Sunday, November 15 Joseph Renzulli, Founding Director of the Renzulli Center: 10:45-11:45am
Sally Reis, Distinguished Professor and Confratute Director, and E. Jean Gubbins, Professor in Residence: 11:45am-12:30pm
Monday, November 16 Del Siegle, Renzulli Center Director and Professor: 10:45-11:45am
Sally Reis, Distinguished Professor and Confratute Director, and E. Jean Gubbins, Professor in Resindence: 11:45am-12:30pm
ON-DEMAND SESSIONS AND POSTERS
Sessions Presenters
On Demand:

831428: Addressing Underachievement with the Schoolwide Enrichment Model

Joseph S. Renzulli (University of Connecticut), Sally M. Reis (University of Connecticut), Del Siegle (University of Connecticut)
On Demand:

831280: Creating Collaborative Connections to Promote High-Level Learning

Del Siegle (University of Connecticut), Ashley Y. Carpenter (William & Mary, Center for Gifted Education), E. Jean Gubbins (University of Connecticut), Susan Dulong Langley (University of Connecticut)
On Demand:

831655: Getting Started with Curriculum Compacting

Stacy M. Hayden (University of Connecticut)
On Demand:

831458: Identifying and Serving Gifted Students From Underrepresented Populations

Aarti P. Bellara (University of Connecticut), E. Jean Gubbins (University of Connecticut), Stacy M. Hayden (University of Connecticut), Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead (University of Connecticut), Tutita Casa (University of Connecticut)
On Demand:

831629: The Schoolwide Enrichment Model: Update on the Research Demonstrating its Effectiveness

Pam Peters (University of Connecticut), Sally M. Reis (University of Connecticut), Joseph S. Renzulli (University of Connecticut)
On Demand:

Teachers’ Perspectives of Opportunities for Student Creativity at School

Laurel Brandon (University of Connecticut)
On Demand:

819234: There’s an App for That and I Made It: Developing Computational Thinking with Thunkable

Del Siegle (University of Connecticut)
On Demand:

831320: Underrepresentation Reconsidered: Accessibility and Conditional Representation Indices

D. Betsy McCoach (University of Connecticut), Pam Peters (University of Connecticut)
On Demand:

831276: “We Call the Pointy Part a Vertex” – Supporting Mathematical Vocabulary Learning

Catherine A. Little (University of Connecticut), Anne M. Roberts (University of Connecticut)
On Demand:

831398: A Whole New World with Professional Learning: A Dazzling New View of High Potential

Kelly L. Kearney (University of Connecticut), Pam Peters (University of Connecticut), Rebecca L. O’Brien (Whitworth University)
Development of the Assessment of Teachers’ Attitudes Toward Twice-Exceptionality (ATATE) (poster at NAGC R&E Research Gala, Nov. 12, 8:30 PM EST) Pam Peters (University of Connecticut)
Exploring Academic Risk-Taking: A Multiple Case Study of the Experiences of Postsecondary Students in an Honors Course (poster at NAGC R&E Research Gala, Nov. 12, 8:30 PM EST) Stacy M. Hayden (University of Connecticut)
Poster Session:

Fostering Curious Learners: A Descriptive Qualitative Case Study

Anne M. Roberts (University of Connecticut), Catherine A. Little (University of Connecticut)

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