WVAGT
West Virginia Association for the Gifted and Talented
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Co-winners of the 2016 Nicholas Green Distinguished
Student Award in WV: Heidi and Megan Williams,
Marshall County Schools.
This award is designed to recognize achievement in
academics, leadership or the arts in children grades 3
through 6. The co-winners this year, received $500 and 2016
WVAGT Certificates of Excellence.

WVAGT Fall Conference held
October 13, 2016
Our speakers this year were:  Dr. Joseph Renzulli, leader and
pioneer in gifted education and Dr. Carla Brigandi, Assistant
Professor in the Department of Special Education at West
Virginia University.
More information here

Teachers! - Share your lesson plans with other gifted
education teachers. Send to
vickie@wvgifted.com.  All
plans will be posted under Resources.


In the news, Denise Workman's students participate in
pumpkin drop in Kanawha County:


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In the news, Shari Barnes and Ashleigh Airhart, gifted education
teachers in Harrison County help students with a community mapping
project.


Teachers!  WVAGT presented an award for Gifted/Talented Lessons Plans at
the Fall Conference. The winners, 2016, Clisty Hill and Jessica Morgan, were
recognized and their plans will be shared here:

Lesson Plan
Handout 1
Handout 2

RUBRIC used to evaluate the application