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Gifted and Talented Spring Conference

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    Gifted and Talented Spring Conference

    April 22, 2024  8:30 (registration) 9:00am-3:00pm 

    Location: Hope College, Haworth Events Center, Holland MI

    Audience: Educators, Administrators, Parents and College Students

    Instructor: Dr. Susan Assouline

    Helping Gifted Students Soar! The keynote speaker, Susan Assouline, from the Belin-Blank Acceleration Institute, University of Iowa, will share different ways to ACCELERATE students, including the use of the Iowa Acceleration Scale. There are many excellent break outs speakers to choose from for educators, administrators, support staff, and parents. The 5-course series, Understanding and Supporting Gifted Students will be introduced, the first free online training modules for gifted education in the state of Michigan.  You will be among the first to see them! Bring anyone interested in supporting gifted students with you and join us for a day of learning, lunch, and networking.

    Cost: $50, includes lunch

    $25 for college Student ($25 scholarship provided by a generous donor)

    SCECH's available pending state approval.

    For additional information contact Jan Naymick ( or Kelley Senkowski (

Event Session Information
Days 1
Scheduled Date/Time
04/22/2024 9:00 AM-3:00 PM Haworth Inn and Conference Center
Session Contact Janet Naymick
Dr. Susan Assouline
Credits - Select
Cost: $50.00
Registration for Current Student
Cost: $25.00
Payment Instructions
  • Credit cards may be used only at initial registration
  • Checks should be sent to Ottawa Area ISD, 13565 Port Sheldon St., Holland, MI 49424
  • If payment is not received at the conclusion of the series, your district will be invoiced
  • There is no fee for SCECHs
  • If you are an OAISD employee, please select "OAISD Internal Transfer" in the Payment Type dropdown. Please do not use your p-card for payment.

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