2020 NAGC Presentations

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2020 NAGC Conference Presentations by Center Associates

Session  Presenters 
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: 831280, Creating Collaborative Connections to Promote High- Level Learning  Del Siegle (University of Connecticut), Ashley Y. Carpenter (William & Mary, Center for Gifted Education), Elizabeth J. Gubbins (University of Connecticut), Susan Dulong Langley (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), Pamela M. Peters (University of Connecticut), Rebecca L. O’Brien (Whitworth University)
On Demand: 831655, Getting Started with Curriculum Compacting  Stacy M. Hayden (University of Connecticut)
On Demand: 831562, Identifying Gifted English Learners: Professional Learning to Develop “Talent Scouts” Stacy M. Hayden (University of Connecticut), Holly D. Glaser (George Mason University), Erica Meadows (Fairfax County Public Schools)
On Demand: 831629, The Schoolwide Enrichment Model: Update on the Research Demonstrating its Effectiveness Pamela M. Peters (University of Connecticut), Sally M. Reiss (University of Connecticut), Joseph S. Renzulli (University of Connecticut)
Friday, November 13, 2020, 3:15 -4:00 PM, 829966 Programs to Identify and Serve High-Achieving Students with Economic Need Catherine A. Little (University of Connecticut), Jill L. Adelson (Duke University), Ann Robinson (Jodie Mahony Center for Gifted Education), Matt Makel (Duke TIP), Paula Olszewski-Kubilius (Center for Talented Development, Northwestern University), Salying Steenbergen-Hu (Center for Talent Development, Northwestern University),
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 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), Elizabeth J. Gubbins (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)
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: 831276, “We Call  the Pointy Party a Vertex” – Supporting Mathematical Vocabulary Learning Catherine A. Little (University of Connecticut), Anne M. Roberts (University of Connecticut)
On Demand: 831458, Identifying and Serving Gifted Students From Underrepresented Populations  Aarti P. Bellara (University of Connecticut), Elizabeth J. Gubbins (University of Connecticut), Stacy M. Hayden (University of Connecticut), Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead 
On Demand: 831320, Underrepresentation Reconsidered: Accessibility and Conditional Representation Indices D. Betsy McCoach (University of Connecticut), Pamela M. Peters (University of Connecticut)
Sunday, November 15, 2020, 1:15-2:20 PM, 829005, Learning Experiences for “Incredible” Kids: Lessons that Invite Gifted Behaviors  Catherine A. Little (University of Connecticut), Elizabeth A. Fogarty (University of St. Thomas)

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