Kendall Hunt

Kendall Hunt's NAGC Presentations

November 2, 2018

By: Kendall Hunt

Join us at NAGC in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the Minneapolis Convention Center, in booth #810, on Nov. 15-18, 2018!

Review our many math, language arts, science and social studies offerings for talented and gifted children in grades K-12, including our newest addition, the relaunched William & Mary Navigators Series.

While you're at NAGC, check out these sessions with Kendall Hunt authors and consultants:

 

 

 

 

NAGC Kendall Hunt Presentations:

Challenging the Minds of High-Ability Learners with the William & Mary Center for Gifted Education Language Arts Units

Nov. 16, 2018 | 12:45-1:45 pm | Minneapolis Convention Center, Room 200E

A William & Mary Center for Gifted Education workshop presented by: Gem Thomerson

The William & Mary Center for Gifted Education language arts units respond to the unique needs of high-ability learners. These accelerated units are designed using a curriculum model that integrates advanced content and challenging thinking processes that are all connected to the concept of change. This session will invite participants to learn about this curriculum through the variety of thinking models incorporated in each unit.

 

Enhancing GT Students’ Mathematical Understanding Using Discussion and Writing

Nov. 17, 2018 | 9:15-10:15 am | Minneapolis Convention Center, Room M100IJ

A Project M3 workshop presented by: Karen Reed

In this session attendees will experience a math lesson from research-based gifted curriculum where discussion will enhance their mathematical understanding Tools and ideas will be included on how to create more productive discussions with students and then transition the discussion into writing about their mathematical understanding. 

 

Algebra in Elementary School: Beyond X’s and Whys

Nov. 17, 2018 | 3:45-4:45 pm | Minneapolis Convention Center, Room 101H

A Project M2, Project M3 and Math Innovations workshop presented by: Linda Sheffield

Young children are very capable of algebraic reasoning, but experiences should be carefully planned and sequenced to help students develop passion and a solid foundation for higher-level mathematics. Join us in this session to participant in research-based, articulated, engaging, and challenging algebraic games and activities from Project M2 and Project M3 for advanced K-6 students.

 

Feeding the STEM Pipeline: Nurturing Exceptional Mathematical Promise

Nov. 18, 2018 | 8-9 am | Minneapolis Convention Center, Room 101G

A Project M2, Project M3 and Math Innovations workshop presented by: Linda Sheffield

In this session we will discuss the NCTM position paper and NAGC response on exceptional math promise with activities from the Project M2, Project M3, and Math Innovations programs.