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!


SESSION RECORDINGS

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:   https://www.virtualeventplace.com/AAGC2020

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 - https://alabamagifted.org/resources/Documents/AAGC%20Conference%202020_Program%20Schedule.pdf


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

Upcoming events

    • January 11, 2022
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Parent/Teacher/Student Webinar

    January 11, 2022, 6:00 pm CT

    APT and PBS Resources to Extend Learning

    and Challenge Students

    Kathy LeCroy, Education Specialist

    Alabama Public Television


    Parents and students, come explore all the free digital resources from Alabama Public Television and PBS for all grade levels and subject areas. A variety of digital resources are available for use both at school and at home. No log in required. The resources integrate with Google Classroom, Schoology, Nearpod, See Saw, Microsoft Teams, Flipgrid, Pear Deck and many other tech tools. Explore the interactives, videos and so much more to enrich learning and extend content knowledge. Students can use these digital resources to research topics and design their own projects to demonstrate learning. PBS LearningMedia provides content for PreK-13+ and includes many favorite PBS programs such as: Ken Burns in the Classroom, PBS Kids collections, Nova, Nature, diversity resources, and so much more. So, if you are ready to discover and design innovative learning opportunities to challenge your children as they learn, join us to see the many resources available.

    Click here for a printable PDF to share and here for a jpeg to share with your parents and teachers.








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