#IYGC

The International Year of Giftedness and Creativity in 2013, is a time to “celebrate, create and validate gifted, talented and creative souls”, according to Leslie Graves of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children. It is now time to plan what we will do in 2013.

The Stories and Story Sharing project will create a collection of new online resources that will inform and inspire people new to giftedness, and people looking for new approaches. The 20th World Conference on Gifted and Talented Children will bring many of us together, face to face, to learn from each other as we explore and celebrate “Giftedness, Talent and Creativity Worldwide”.

What will you be doing?
What will you be changing?
How can you capitalise on a worldwide event to reach goals worth aspiring to in your own locality?

The actions that we can take and the changes that we can make are what the International Year of Giftedness and Creativity is all about.

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