february, 2019

06feb(feb 6)4:30 pm07(feb 7)5:30 pm9th Annual Gifted Education Conference and Symposium

Event Details

The theme this year is Theory and Practice: Conceptual Foundations and Classroom Strategies in Gifted Education.

Designed for teacher leaders, building and district leaders, researchers, parents, mental health professionals, and education service providers, the conference is intended to provide specific topical information about selected areas in gifted education.

This year, we are planning another dynamic and informative Symposium and Conference that focuses on both leading edge research advances and practical classroom strategies. This year we are pleased to feature Named Endowed Chairs in Gifted Education from across the country as our keynote speakers.

Join us to learn theory and practical strategies to improve your own work in gifted education. Important policy issues and trends facing gifted education today will be highlighted and discussed during the Symposium. The Conference will join leading educators and researchers with participants to explore gifted education from multiple perspectives.

The Conference and Symposium is hosted and moderated by the Daniel L. Ritchie Endowed Chair in Gifted Education, Dr. Norma Hafenstein.



6 (Wednesday) 4:30 pm - 7 (Thursday) 5:30 pm mst


Katherine Ruffato Hall

1999 E. Evans Ave., Denver, CO 80208

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