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ITAG Conference for Credit

Obtain credit by attending the ITAG Conference.  The Iowa Talented and Gifted Conference counts for the Psychology or Programming strand. The 2014 ITAG Annual Conference will be held October 13-14, 2014.  Access the ITAG Conference website for conference details.  

Credit Information - One and Two Credit Options

EDMA 299-701 ITAG Conference Attendance (1 credit)
Cost: $100
Receive one credit by attending the full ITAG Conference and submit online the following:

  • Summaries of each session attended both days
  • One project in gifted education related to the conference theme and keynote

EDMA 299-702 ITAG Conference Attendance (2 credits)
Cost: $200
Receive two crdits by attending the full ITAG conference and submit online the following:

  •  Summaries of each session attended both days
  • Two projects in gifted education related to the conference theme and keynote

This opportunity will help you challenge the gifted learner through application of theory, research, and practical experiences as a result of attendance, observation, and/or interaction with conference keynote speakers and other break out session presenters. Experts in the field of gifted education, as well as experienced educators from across the state, will present. Topics include successful practices, significant issues and theoretical guidelines related to serving the varied needs of gifted and talented students. Conference strands include creativity, curriculum for gifted and talented learners, gifted essentials, social emotional issues, and special populations.  

Contact Information

For Credit Information

Sally Beisser, PhD

Professor of Education
Iowa Campus Compact Senior Faculty Fellow

For Registration

Terry Thorpe

Director, Agency Curriculum and Accounts

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