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  • 2021 GEPSC Recordings

  • 2021 GEPSC Recording YouTube Playlist

    Day 1 Recordings

    Day 2 Recordings

  • Conference Materials

    All times are in Mountain Time, all events will be on Zoom, and the virtual Poster session will be on Twitter.

  • 2021 GEPSC Schedule

  • Pre Conference Parent Panel
    04-Feb-2021 (4:30 PM- 5:25 PM)
    Event Details
  • Policy Symposium
    04-Feb-2021 (5:30 PM- 7:30 PM)
    Event Details
  • Session 1 - Identification Panel
    05-Feb-2021 (1:00 PM- 1:55 PM)
    Event Details
  • Session 2 - Critical Conversations
    05-Feb-2021 (2:00 PM- 2:55 PM)
    Event Details
  • Session 3 - Programming and Strategies
    05-Feb-2021 (3:00 PM- 3:55 PM)
    Event Details
  • Session 4 - Legislative Policy Panel
    05-Feb-2021 (4:00 PM- 4:55 PM)
    Event Details
  • Poster Sessions on Twitter
    05-Feb-2021 (4:55 PM- 5:30 PM)
    Event Details
  • 2021 Palmarium Award Presentation, Keynote, and Discussion
    05-Feb-2021 (5:30 PM- 7:30 PM)
    Event Details
  • Presentations and Speaker Biographies
  • 2021 Palmarium Award Recipient

    Gilman W. Whiting, PhD

    Vanderbilt University

    Palmarium Keynote, Friday, February 5, 2021, 5:30—7:30 pm MT
    Reframing Giftedness: The Hopes of Gifted Education


    The Office of the Daniel L. Ritchie Endowed Chair in Gifted Education at the Morgridge College of Education is pleased to announce Dr. Gilman Whiting as the 2021 Palmarium Award Recipient. Each year, the Palmarium Award is given to an individual who exemplifies the vision of a future in which giftedness will be understood, embraced, and systemically nurtured.

    Recipients of the Palmarium Award demonstrate the vision through understanding of giftedness in the areas of:

    • Practice by impacting graduate education, pre-service, and P-12 community
    • Community Outreach through advocacy at a variety of levels (local, national, international)
    • Publications informing teachers, children, parents, policymakers, and academia
    • Research influencing theory, practice, and policy

    “Through the generosity of the Considine Family Foundation, the Palmarium Award provides professional acknowledgment and tangible support to eminent leaders in the field of Gifted Education,” said Dr. Norma Hafenstein, the Daniel L. Ritchie Endowed Chair in Gifted Education. “Dr. Whiting challenges our thinking and urges us to improve our practice with a commitment to equity and opportunity.”


This portfolio last updated: 31-Aug-2023 11:43 AM