9:00am–3:30pm, Sat Mar 4, 2023
Join educators from across the globe as we learn about innovative approaches to gifted education for indigenous students. In the morning, there will be presentations and panel discussion by the federal and Hawaiʻi state gifted education program managers and nationally well-known scholars in gifted education. Afternoon sessions will focus on a math intervention program for indigenous students having potential in math. The intervention model and experimental study findings will be shared, and in-person participants will join hands on activities. Throughout the symposium, participants will actively reflect on their perception of gifted students and education, and ways to identify and serve underrepresented groups of students having potential.
• Learn about underrepresented groups of students in gifted education and innovative approaches to serve the students.
• Explore how giftedness is understood and nurtured in the indigenous culture.
• Discover how indigenous students’ potential in math can be supported.
Who Should Attend?
DOE, charter, immersion school teachers, administrators, education researchers and education enthusiasts.
Hybrid via Zoom (Online)
Ala Moana Hotel (In-Person)
410 Atkinson Drive
Honolulu, HI 96814
There is no cost to attend. Please register below using the form provided by February 3, 2023. The event is limited to 50 individuals and priority will be given to secondary teachers and administrators. Participation fees are made available through a sponsorship by Project BEAM, a U.S. DOE Gifted and Talented Education grant funded project. For Hawaiʻi Island attendees, a limited number of transportation support is available. Please indicate your needs in the registration form.