Monthly Archives: July 2013

#WCGTC #IYGC Dr. Dorothy Sisk, Lamar University, Flies a Kite for Giftedness, in memory of Edna McMillan with a Scholarship aimed at Parents with Passion

The Edna McMillian Scholarships – ‘Passion, Profession and Parents who Inspire…’ Dr. Dorothy Ann Sisk, founding member of the WCGTC, and long time supporter and contributor to the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children on many different levels, including … Continue reading

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#WCGTC #IYGC- Dr. Laurie Croft PhD from Iowa, speaking at the 20th World Conference– – Raises her Kite for Giftedness

Laurie Croft , PHD, is the Administrator of Professional Development   at the Belin Blank International Center for Gifted Education at the University of Iowa  celebrates  the International Year of Giftedness & Creativity  #IYGC  she  shares a story touching on her interests, … Continue reading

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#WCGTC13 #IYCG Peter Csermely Keynote- Flys his Kite creatively through science for Giftedness & Talent!

.Our second guest blogpost from one of our #WCGTC13 20th Anniversary Conference presentors, Flying a Kite for Giftedness and Creativity… Peter Csermely President, The European Council for High Ability (ECHA), Semmelweis University, Hungary   Photographer: Péter Kollányi (http://peterkollanyi.com/). One of … Continue reading

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#WCGTC13 #IYGC – Megan Foley Nicpon PhD – Speaking on Twice Exceptional Children, Raises a Kite for Giftedness and Creativity

…Welcome to the WCGTC KITE SITE!- Raising Awareness on Giftedness, Talent and Creativity Worldwide, we hope you enjoy reading the first of  a number of guest blog posts by individuals who will be presenting and or attending the 20th World … Continue reading

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#IYGC- The International Year of Giftedness and Creativity- World Council for Gifted and Talented Children’s President, Dr. Taisir Yamin, sends an invitation…

Taisir Subhi Yamin– President of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children– is a professor of gifted education. He has a B.Sc. in Physics, an M.A. in Special Education, and a Ph.D. in Gifted Education and Computer Assisted Learning … Continue reading

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