Sandra Kaplan, Karen Rogers, and Joyce VanTassel-Baska. I spent a few minutes with Nadia Webb, reminiscing about our fall WATG conference and also thoroughly enjoyed a presentation by Rich Cash, our 2012 WATG conference keynoter. You’re going to love his energy and expertise. Rich also was honored with the NAGC Early Leader Award during the Thursday night reception.
Fellow WATG board members, Pam Clinkenbeard, Kirsten Reitan, and Scott Peters also attended the conference and joined me for the State Affiliate breakfast. Pam and Scott each presented multiple sessions. I was thrilled to be selected to present my own session, Self-Advocacy: Preparing Gifted Students to be Partners in their own Education. Handouts from my presentation can be found on the WATG website.
For info on next year’s convention, go to: http://nagc.org/2011convention.aspx