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Keyword: Equity

Fred Bonner

A “Watched” Pot Never Boils: Advancing Equity in Gifted Education for Underserved Student Populations

Explore and unpack topics related to gifted education programming and the critical need to advance curriculum, teaching, and learning practices that promote equity and inclusion ...
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Brittany Anderson

Invisible No More: Shedding Light on the Needs and Experiences of Gifted Black Girls

Few studies have been conducted on the lived experiences of Gifted Black Girls(GBG)s and women in education. This session includes research and phenomenological evidence on ...
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Susan Johnsen

Connect Chat: Assessing and Identifying Students with Visual Impairments

Hear from Dr. Anne Corn and Dr. Susan Johnsen about how to identify and serve visually impaired students. Dr. Corn brings her expertise in the ...
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Brittany Anderson

Seek and You Shall Find: Building STEM Education and Career Pathways for Gifted Black Girls

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Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented

A Guide for Using TEMPO+ for a 6-Hour G/T Update

Needing ideas and assistance in facilitating the 6-hour G/T update? Want resources your educators can access independently and on their ...
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Sarah Wiseman

Educator Resources for Culturally Responsive Paradigm Shifts

At the June 15 TAGT Leadership+ Equity Conference, Brandi Marroquin, Javetta Jones Roberson, and Erinn Wilcots joined me in a panel discussion about how to ...