Gifted Students are Underserved, Too, Part 2! Webinar, February 24, 2014 3:45 EST
Tags: SMD E/PO Community | Educator | Tag-up (WebEx / Telecon) | Community of Practice | Cross-Forum / Collaborative Project | Scientists
This follow up discussion will build on the webinar offered on January 9, 2014, entitled, "Gifted Students are Underserved, Too!"- where an expert panel identified the problem. In this discussion we will identify ways existing NASA resources can be accessed and used in gifted education contexts and discuss strategies to build capacity in this high need area.
Time: Feb 24, 2014 3:45 PM EST [GMT-7:00]
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We invite the entire E/PO community to participate. We want your ideas! Put your comments, ideas, resources- anything you think would move us forward here as a comment. We'll build our discussion around these ideas.
This community discussion builds on the presentation by the expert panel on January 9, 2014, entitled, "Gifted Students are Underserved, Too!" In this discussion we will identify existing NASA resources that can be used by educators of gifted students, and discuss ways we can collaborate on building targeted resources and improving access for the gifted educators community.
Discussion Leads: Join Rick Courtright, Ph.D., Gifted Education Research Specialist, Duke University Talent Identification Program, Julia Roberts, Exective Director, The Center for Gifted Studies, Western Kentucky University, Tom Nolan, Critical Instrument operations Engineer, JPL, and Denise Zigler, NASA Solar System Ambassador Master Teacher and Gifted Educator.
This Birds of a Feather conversation is part of the Earth and Planetary Science E/PO Community Retreat. For more information, including an archived video of the presenation last month, go to
For a list of resources to get the discussion started,