This conference will accommodate the following symposia:
Symposium (1):
The Minority Achievement, Creativity, and High Ability (MACH-III) Center: Researching the Status of Minority Populations across the P-20 Education Spectrum in the U.S.
Dr. Fred A. Bonner II; Dr. Stella L. Smith; and Dr. Kamala V. Williams
Minority Achievement, Creativity and High Ability Center (MACH-III); Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling; Prairie View A&M University, USA
 
Symposium (2):
Diverse Gifted Learners, Professional Learning, and Professional Standards
Dr. Connie Phelps; Dr. Joyce Miller; Dr. Sonja Ezell; Jessica LaFollette
 
Symposium (3):
Promoting Creative Minds of Young and Older Generations through the Filmmaking Medium
Maher Bahloul
Co-Editor of ‘Lights Camera Action and the Brain: The Use of Film in Education’
Nikos Theodosakis
Author of ‘The Director in the Classroom: How Filmmaking Inspires Learning’
 
Symposium (4):
Outside Connections Matter: Reflections on the College Choice Process for Gifted Black Students from New York City
Ramon B. Goings
Loyola University Maryland, USA
Christopher J.P. Sewell
College at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA
 

Symposium (5):

Online Instruction in Gifted Education: Research to Salvage the Best from Face2Face Instruction
Joyce E. Kyle Miller
Department of Curriculum and Instruction; Texas A&M University-Commerce, USA

 

Symposium (6):
An Investigation of Black Males in Advanced Placement Math and Science Courses and their Perceptions of Identity Related to STEM Possibilities
Alonzo M. Flowers III
School of Education; Drexel University, USA
Rosa M. Banda
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, USA
 
Symposium (7):
Curriculum Innovation in Gifted Education: World Class Learning and Critical Perspectives
Todd Kettler
School of Education; Baylor University, USA
 
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