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In the most recent issue of the World Gifted newsletter, President Julia Link Roberts wrote: “A request from World Council members has been to develop a position paper on standards for teachers of gifted and talented children and young people. We will be soliciting members interested in working on this project. We
Read the latest issue of World Gifted We are pleased to inform you that World Gifted 38(1) is now available. This issue highlights the 2019 World Conference, a letter from the President, an update from Headquarters, information about Gifted and Talented International, a reflection of the 2018 ECHA conference, and a thank
The Executive Committee election began on April 8, 2019 and concluded April 22, 2019. There were four candidates on the ballot for three available spots. The candidates with the most votes (in alphabetical order) were Anies Al-Hroub (Lebanon), Margaret Sutherland (Scotland), and Eleonoor van Gerven (The Netherlands). Congratulations for being
We are happy to announce details about our on-campus accommodation option for the 2019 World Conference in Nashville. You may find details on the accommodations page at https://worldgifted2019.com/visiting-nashville/accommodations/. We look forward to seeing you in Nashville!
Nominations for Executive Committee members are now open. Leonie Kronborg (Australia), Sue Prior (Hong Kong), Tracy Riley (New Zealand), and Julia Roberts (United States) will have two more years remaining in their term. Thus, nominees may not be from Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, or the United States. Nominations must
We are happy to announce that World Gifted 37(2) is now available. This issue includes information about the 2019 World Conference, a letter from the President, an update from Headquarters, information about Gifted and Talented International, and a thank you to each person who has donated to the WCGTC Scholarship Fund since
Thank you to each person who submitted a proposal to present at the World Conference in Nashville. We received more than 400 proposals from 505 presenters representing 50 countries. Review decisions will be sent by March 1.