Sessions: Call for Proposals

The Leadership Conference is a two-day annual event for administrators, coordinators, and specialists, focusing on best practices and promising programs. The conference is attended by approximately 300 leaders in gifted education. TAGT seeks informational and engaging presenters and presentations for the 2019 Program. Sessions proposed for the 2019 Leadership Conference should be rooted in research on and best practices for gifted learners. 

The Call for Proposals is now closed.
 Who attended Leadership Conference in 2018?
  • 55% District Leadership
  • 18% Campus Leadership
  • 10% Classroom Teacher
  • 17% Other (University, Counselors, Specialists)
What topics were of most value in 2018?
  • Student Leadership
  • Getting Parents Involved
  • New Coordinator Resources
  • Identification Strategies
What topics did attendees want/need more of?
  • Curriculum Design and Assessment of Curriculum
  • Small District Needs and Solutions
  • Training Regular Classroom Teachers on G/T Services, Strategies, and Concepts
  • Data-Driven Programming Options for Secondary, Primary, or Elementary
  • Equity and Special Populations in Gifted Education
  • Working With Parents and Community
  • Tuesday, January 28: Call for Proposals Closes
  • Monday, February 11: Presenters Notified of Acceptance 
  • Monday, March 11: Presenters Notified of Schedule