2014-15 Professional Development Opportunities

AIG Think Tank: Identification, Part A
November 21, 2014 - Johnston County

Registration:http://goo.gl/forms/UopoUz231c
Purpose:
  • To think deeply about our identification practices.
  • To study current research and trends in identification practices.
  • To analyze various identification practices and how they relate to program services.
  • To develop identification best practices to guide our next plan development.
Two participants per LEA and Charter are invited; if space is available, more slots will be shared.

Logistics:



AIG Coordinators' Institute, March 5, 2015
Developing HQ AIG Programs



Registration Information
AGENDA

2013-14 Professional Development Opportunities
AIG Booster Shot Sessions
The focus of the "Booster Shot" series is differentiation. You will find a series of eight taped webinars with PowerPoint presentations and facilitated discussion guides with related activities for all LEA Coordinators to use in professional development settings.

2012-13 Professional Development Opportunities

*NC AIG Coordinators' Institute, Fourth Annual
Transforming Your AIG Program: Growing Gifted Learners
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Featured Guest: Dr. Julia Roberts


AGENDA

*DPI AIG Institutes: Supporting AIG Learners and the SCOS
DPI AIG Institutes ā€“ an incredible PD opportunity for LEA AIG Teams

Event: AIG Institutes: Supporting AIG Learners and the NCSCOS

When: December 10 (CLOSED), January 24, and January 31 across the state

Topics:
AIG~IRP Project: Developing Instructional Resources to Support AIG Learners and the NCSCOS;
Supporting AIG Learners and the NCSCOS through Critical Thinking;
Supporting AIG Learners and the NCSCOS through Paideia Seminars;
Supporting AIG Learners and the NCSCOS through Creativity

*DPI~AIG and NCSSM Present a Webinar Series:
Advanced Content for Teachers of Advanced Learners in Math and Science


These one-hour webinar sessions are open to all interested personnel and does require registration. For the most part, this PD is geared towards grades 6-12.
Sessions will be one-hour and also archived and posted on NCDPI iTunesU site.
Topics range from Recursion to Biomimicry to Integrating ā€œEā€ in STEM.
Please see attached flier for more information and registration links. The series will run from October 2012 to April 2013.
Attend one or all sessions.