Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities Through ITAG
SENG Model Parent Group Facilitator Training
Become a facilitator for SENG Model Parent Support Groups and support the social-emotional needs of gifted students and their families.
Friday, Nov 15, 2019, 8:00 AM-6:00 PM, and a two-hour online meeting in the week following training. Register by Nov. 8.
Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center, Johnston, IA
Cost: $400.00 per person
More information and registration at https://sengtraining.eventbrite.com
ITAG Spring 2020 Workshop
Equity and Culturally Sensitive Pedagogies in Gifted Education with Dr. Joy Lawson Davis and Dr. Erinn Fears Floyd
Wednesday, April 15, 2020, 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Cost: $160.00 per person
More information at http://www.iowatag.org/conferences/spring-2020-workshop/. Registration at https://spring2020equityworkshop.eventbrite.com
A suggested process for determining how to use state allocated gifted and talented categorical funding
In the spring 2018 ITAG Newsletter, ITAG shared an article from Rosanne Malek, Gifted and Talented Consultant at the Iowa Department of Education, titled Prioritize Gifted Programming Funding Handout to give districts a suggested process for assessing gifted programming and then developing a budget (using categorical gifted and talented funding) to support the district’s priorities. A complementary resource that districts and TAG teachers can use is the slide deck from Ms. Malek’s presentation at the 2018 ITAG conference titled Developing a Gifted Budget is a Super Power. (Both documents are posted with permission.)
Ways to Support ITAG
ITAG membership is included with conference registration for the following January-December. If you are registered for the 2019 ITAG conference, you are an ITAG member for 2020. If you are not attending the 2019 conference, please continue to support ITAG and renew your membership for 2020 at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/itag-annual-membership-registration-5634017498