the West Virginia Department of Education
The Office of Special Programs,
Extended and Early Learning (OSP) will again collaborate
with the West Virginia Association for the Gifted and Talented
(WVAGT) in presenting professional development for teachers
of gifted education at the WVAGT 2009 Fall Conference, "A
Meeting of the Minds" on October 16-17, 2009 at the
Canaan Valley Resort.
keynote speaker will be Dr. Richard Walls, professor of
Educational Psychology as well as Director of the International
Center for Disability information at West Virginia University.
He will address how the brain really works and how it affects
links give further information on the conference, including
registration information and costs. Registration
form. The OSP will reimburse gifted education teachers
for mileage and two nights' lodging at Canaan Valley Resort
to attend the conference.
information is also online at http://www.wvgifted.org