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  1. Identification Practices That Increase Program DiversityBeth Winton View the Poster
  2. Where Are the Gifted Girls in Natal/RN, From the 3rd to the 5th Year of Elementary School?Cleide Covacevich Giovannetti
  3. Why Students’ Interests Matter in Creative Problem-Solving and Caring Communities in Out-of-School: A Design-Based ResearchEmma Cho
  4. A Valid Objection: Exploring an Underrepresentation Index to Improve Public Policy and Gifted and Talented Identification RatesHernán Castillo-Hermosilla & Nielsen Pereira
  5. Public Education & Historically Underserved Gifted Students: Still Forgotten?Hernán Castillo-Hermosilla, Yuxiao Zhang, & Nielsen Pereira
  6. Empowering the Future: A Model for Developing Computer Science TalentsNielsen Pereira, Zafer Ozen, Sarah Bright, & Hernán Castillo-Hermosilla
  7. The Affective and Academic Interactions of Giftedness With Adoption and Foster CareAlissa Cress, Kathy Green, & Mariel Tader
  8. Leaders’ Sensemaking & Sensegiving on Equity and Excellence in Title I Elementary SchoolsKirsten Maloney
  9. A Scoping Review of Differentiated Curriculum for Gifted StudentsLaytora Dash, Cindy Gilson, & Benna Haas
  10. High Ability/Giftedness: A Contemporary Challenge for Educational ManagementMaristela Cernicchiaro Deos
  11. The Path of Student from Municipal Schools in Balneário Camboriú to the High Skills/Gifted Pole in 2022, From the Perspective of Their Families and TeachersMaristela Trentini
  12. Reasons for the Academic Choices of Women With Indicators of High Abilities/GiftednessMarseli Nunes de Castro
  13. Believe to See: The Search for All Gifted People in a Public SchoolSheila Torma Rodrigues
  14. Do Academically Gifted Children and Adolescents Also Score Well in Executive Functions?Saiying Steenbergen-Hu, Eric Calvert, & Paula Olszewski-Kubilius
  15. Giftedness in Mathematics and High Performance in Mathematics Olympiads: What Do Teachers and Researchers Think?Seyda Aydin Karaca, Mustafa Serdar Koksal, & Ann Robinson
  16. Characteristics of High Ability/Giftedness and Their Implications on the Social and Academic Interactions of Adult Women in Latin-American CountriesRegina Pinho Gomig, Simone Miranda dos Santos Sviercoski, & Susana Graciela Pérez-Barrera
  17. Changing Mindsets and Practices Toward Equity in Gifted Education Through Online Professional LearningNancy B. Hertzog, Yijie Wang, Yanan Li, & Jann Leppien
  18. District Equity Initiatives: Lessons Learned From Central Office AdministratorsA. J. Balatico, Nancy B. Hertzog, & Kristen Lamb
  19. Science Jumpstart Program for Talented Girls—Providing Opportunities for Israeli Teenage Girls to Enter Academic Programs in Exact SciencesOrni Meerbaum-Salant, Rachel Zorman, & Eli Fried
  20. (How) Can Scientific Advice Promote Gifted Education in Schools?Frederik Ahlgrimm, Ricarda Albrecht, Carolina Claus, & Jennifer Golanova
  21. Effects of the Six Thinking Hats Method in Undergraduate Honors StudentsBenna Haas
  22. (In)discipline and the Invisibility of Gifted StudentsCamila Aparecida Garcia
  23. Developing Electronic Momentary Time Sampling Tools for Observations of Exceptional StudentsSarah D. Newton, Brandi Simonsen, Michael Coyne, D. Betsy McCoach, & Del Siegle
  24. The Limits of Multiple Measures to Increase Equity in Gifted ProgramsDaniel Long, Scott J. Peters, Anthony Gambino, D. Betsy McCoach, & Del Siegle View the Poster
  25. Identification by Teachers of Intellectual Gifted StudentsEliana Santos de Farias
  26. An Analysis of Public Opinions Regarding Gifted and Talented Education John Burrell View the Poster
  27. Pathways Between the Paradigms: Perceptions of Maine’s Gifted and Talented Teachers During Initial MTSS ImplementationEmily Gerry MacKinnon
  28. The Creative TIPPing Point: Gifted Identification in Visual and Performing ArtsEmily Andrews & Laurilea McDaniel
  29. Agency Profile MeasureRachael Cody & Shannon McDonald View the Poster
  30. Parental Perceptions of Giftedness and Media LiteracyShannon McDonald & Julie Delgado View the Poster
  31. Effects of Professional Learning on Teacher Perceptions About Developing PotentialJulie Delgado & Talbot S. Hook View the Poster
  32. Where in the Paradigm Are We? Designing an Affective Instrument to Gauge Practitioner and Researcher Beliefs About Gifted EducationTalbot S. Hook View the Poster
  33. The Effect of Professional Learning on Teachers’ Beliefs About Students’ High PotentialMei Zheng, Shana Lusk, Talbot S. Hook, & Catherine Little View the Poster
  34. Inclusive Education Program for Gifted Students in Rural Education in UruguayLeticia Arbelo Marrero
  35. Educational Inclusion of Students With High Abilities/GiftednessMariana Carignani Casanova
  36. Stealth Morph: An Intervention-Single Case Research Design With Mixed Methods Intervention DesignKristen Job