Pre-Conference Workshops

Pre-Conference Workshops

Important Notes:

  • You can register and pay for workshops online. In addition, you can contact the WCGTC  Executive Administrator to arrange for your registration and fees. Workshop fees are not included in the general conference registration.
  • Pre-Conference workshops will be organized in two sessions. The first session starts at 9:00 a.m. and includes (10) workshops. The second session starts at 13:00 p.m. and includes (10) workshops. You can sign up for one morning workshop, or one afternoon workshop, or both. Those that sign up for both will have lunch included.
  • If you click on the code or the title of the workshop, a new window will open and includes the description of the workshop.
  • If you click on the name of the presenter, a new window will open and includes a short biography.
  • Cost is US$75 per workshop, or US$125 for both.
  • The payments will be invoiced by the WCGTC in (US$), and will include Tax when applicable.

Saturday, August 10, 2013: 09-12 Morning Workshops:

Code Title Presenter
W1 Gifted Education in the Digital World: Renzulli Learning System. Taisir Subhi Yamin
W2 “On a Shoestring” - Providing for Potential through PLN’s and Creative Collaboration. Leslie S. Graves
W3 Developing Optimal Learning Environments for Highly Able and High Achieving Students. Leonie Kronborg
W4 Lost Prizes: Recognizing and Nurturing the Talent of At-Risk Students. Ken McCluskey
W5 Talent Development: The Responsibility for All Educators. Julia Link Roberts
W6 Creativity: Assessing, Challenging, Nurturing. Klaus K. Urban
W7 Spiritual Intelligence: Developing Higher Consciousness. Dorothy A. Sisk
W8 Evaluation of Potential Creativity (EPoC). Maud Besançon
W9
Marching to the Beat of a Different Drummer: The Creative Underachiever.
Sylvia Rimm
W10 Engaging Students in Real Problem Solving: A Hands-on Workshop. C. June Maker

Saturday, August 10, 2013: 13-16 Afternoon Workshops:
Code Title Presenter
W11 Gifted Education in the Digital World: Renzulli Learning System. Taisir Subhi Yamin
W12 Leslie S. Graves
W13 Developing Optimal Learning Environments for Highly Able and High Achieving Students. Leonie Kronborg
W14 Lost Prizes: Recognizing and Nurturing the Talent of At-Risk Students. Ken McCluskey
W15 Talent Development: The Responsibility for All Educators. Julia Link Roberts
W16 Creativity: Assessing, Challenging, Nurturing. Klaus K. Urban
W17 Spiritual Intelligence: Developing Higher Consciousness. Dorothy A. Sisk
W18 Evaluation of Potential Creativity (EPoC). Maud Besançon
W19 Marching to the Beat of a Different Drummer: The Creative Underachiever. Sylvia Rimm
W20 Engaging Students in Real Problem Solving: A Hands-on Workshop.
C. June Maker