Events

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October

G | T | N Awareness Week

Daily panels and programming for gifted, talented, and neurodiverse audiences

VIRTUAL

Event Info

Join THE G WORD director Marc Smolowitz and his team for their second annual Gifted / Talented / Neurodiverse Awareness Week: Bringing JOY & EQUITY Into Focus.  The movie, currently in post-production, explores giftedness in its many forms. This event features an assortment of panels and podcasts with partners including NAGC (National Association for Gifted Children), Bridges Academy, I-URGGE (Inclusion of Underrepresented Racial Groups in Gifted Education), Reel 2e, and more, as well as leading experts such as Julie Skolnick, Debbie Reber, and Dr. Dan Peters. Learn how to access the daily programming at: https://bit.ly/GTNAwarenessWeek.

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November

Davidson Institute’s Young Scholars Program Application Q&A Session

Deadline

Event Info

Finding out your child is profoundly gifted (PG) or twice-exceptional (2e) can be confusing and

overwhelming. It may not be clear where to go to find resources to support your child. The Davidson Institute’s Young Scholars Program is here to support you and your family on this journey.

If you have questions about what the Young Scholars Program is or how we can support your student, please consider attending an Application Q&A session. These sessions are open to parents, educators,

and other professionals interested in supporting PG and 2e children. Our next Q&A session is November 14 at 10 am (Pacific). We hope to see you then!

17-20

November

National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Conference

Indianapolis, IN

Event Info

 

Speaker Bureau

Summit Center professionals are available to speak to your school, parent group, conference, or other event. They are experienced speakers on a variety of topics for conference keynotes, plenaries, webinars, workshops, and more. Contact our office for more information.