Lisa Yee

Author of award winning Young 

Adult literature

Millicent Min, Girl Genius

DC Superhero Girls

American Girl, Girl of the Year

Dr. Del Siegle

University of Connecticut

and Director of the 

National Center of Research on Gifted Education

AAGC Virtual Conference has ended!

Can you see yourself with AAGC Swag? Don't forget to purchase your T-shirt (long or short sleeve), sweatshirt, coffee mug, mask, and/or tote bag! Click here to order!


Thank you to the conference team, AAGC Executive Council and to you, the participants, for helping to make the first ever virtual conference a huge success! The bonus to this virtual side is that you have access to all session recordings for the next 30 days on the virtual conference platform. Click the link and enter your password to review anything you missed or to re-watch what you loved!

Reminder for the login:

After 30 days, we will have these recordings on the AAGC website.

REMINDER: Recorded sessions with Lisa Yee will only be available until Dec 31, 2020.

If you are in need for the agenda for your Power School upload - here it is -

PD CERTIFICATES are being prepared and will be sent out soon. 

Upcoming events

    • October 13, 2021
    • October 15, 2021
    • Marriott Hwy 280 in Birmingham, Alabama

    We would like to invite you to be an exhibitor at our annual conference this year!

    The Alabama Association for Gifted Children state conference will be held on October 13 - 15, 2021 at the Birmingham Marriott hotel in Birmingham, Alabama from 8:00 AM -3:00 PM.  This will be an in-person conference and our attendees will be excited to visit your booth and learn about your company through our app.

    Our keynote speaker  Thursday is Ginger Lewman.  She will present "The Future is Here: Flying Cars, Industry Automation and Education". Ms. Lewman will inspire educators of gifted and high ability learners with ways to implement project/problem based learning, makerspaces and technology integration.

    Our keynote speaker Friday is Colin Seale, educator turned attorney who will motivate our attendees with his presentation "The Equity Case for Prioritizing Gifted Education at a Moment of Reckoning".

    Exhibitors/Vendors space is limited, so register today to join us! The deadline for registration is September 27, 2021.

    Exhibitors/Vendors may choose to advertise in our conference app.  The App Sponsorship package details can be accessed  here.  The deadline for App Contracts is September 30, 2021.

    • October 13, 2021
    • 7:30 AM
    • October 15, 2021
    • 3:00 PM
    • Marriott on Hwy 280 Birmingham, Alabama

    October 13 - 15, 2021

    Marriott on Highway 280, Birmingham, Alabama

    We are getting so excited for our in person conference! Check out what is on tap for you!  Looking forward to seeing you all!

    Wednesday - all day and half day workshops (boxed lunch included)  Choose from all day or morning and afternoon sessions. (pre-select from list)

    Our keynote speakers are Ginger Lewman and Colin Seale.  Ginger Lewman will be presenting on Thursday, "The Future is Here," featuring project/problem-based learning, maker-spaces, technology integration, and working with gifted and highly capable learners.  Friday, former educator turned attorney, Colin Seale will also be joining us, presenting "The Equity Case for Prioritizing Gifted Education at a Moment of Reckoning," surely to be a motivational experience for our attendees.

    See attached flyer for full schedule.

    Deadline to register online is October 1.

    • October 14, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Marriott 280 Grandview


    October, 14, 2021, 6:00 pm



    This will now be virtual

    Parenting Gifted Kids:

    Answering your most burning questions

    Celi Trépanier, M.Ed., is the author of Educating Your Gifted Child: How One Public School Teacher Embraced Homeschooling,the managing author for Perspectives on Giftedness: Sound Advice from Parents and Professionals, and she writes for her own popular website, Crushing Tall Poppies. Celi serves onThe G Word film Advisory Board. As an educator, Celi has taught in public and private schools as well as in homeschool co-ops. If you ask what her most significant accomplishment is, she may think she should say being a mom to three gifted sons; ultimately, though, she’ll proclaim it to be her role as an influential gifted advocate.

    This is a free event but we need you to register so we can set up the appropriate Zoom.

    Click here for a printable PDF to share with parents.

    Register for this event here. You must register in order to be able to get the link for the webinar.

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