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The Houston Independent School District (HISD) Gifted and Talented (G/T) Department is proud to announce its inaugural family symposium, “Opening the GATES to Gifted Learning.” The free virtual symposium is scheduled for August 3, 2021- August 6, 2021, via Microsoft Teams. The goal of the G/T Family Symposium is to address and support the needs of families with gifted scholars. The G/T Department’s greatest desire is to educate, empower, and inform parents of ways to best meet the unique needs of their gifted and talented scholar. Please register for the G/T Family Symposium. You will have access to 40 sessions with HISD and nationally-recognized experts. Registration closes July 30, 2021. Remember to share on social media using #OpeningGATES for prizes each day of the conference! Follow us and tag us on Twitter @HoustonISD_GT.

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  • Colin Seale was born and raised in Brooklyn
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  • Craig Hauschildt is an active percussionist and advocate for arts education
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  • Dr. Clark is proud to be born and raised in Harlingen
  • Dr. PJ “Paul James” Sedillo an Associate Professor for the Special/Gifted Education Department at New Mexico Highlands University is published in Gifted Child Today
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  • Geneva Harris-Hatton is a distinguished educator with over 20 years of classroom and educational leadership experience. She holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Texas Woman’s University
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  • Holli Forrest is a Curriculum Specialist in the Houston ISD Office of Special Education Services focusing on Dyslexia on the elementary level. As a Curriculum Specialist
  • Journal of Education & Social Policy
  • Mallary Lattanze is a proud dyslexic and lives out her mission to be the person she needed growing up for students in her community and beyond. Mallary holds a masters degree in Reading and is a Certified Academic Language Therapist and Licensed Dyslexia
  • Martha Preston was born and raised in Colombia
  • Ms. White is a Sr. Program Specialist with the Gifted and Talented department in Houston Independent School District. She is in her 23rd year as an educator and holds a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from the University of St. Thomas. She has b
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  • Ph.D. is a Clinical Assessment Consultant for Riverside Insights. Dr. Stephens has a Ph.D. in Special Education with an emphasis on Assessment. She has worked as a special education teacher
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  • Shawna Punch is a proud graduate of Lamar High School. She earned her B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies from University of Houston and her M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from Grand Canyon University. She has 25 years of dedicated service in H.I.S.D. with
  • she has had the privilege and honor to be an educator in Texas. She has served in the roles of teacher
  • she supports special education interventionists and IEP development/implementation f
  • South America. She moved to the United States in 2004. Since 2005
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  • Texas. Her upbringing and experiences in education have inspired her to be a collaborative and servant leader for all kids. Ms. Clark has served as an educator for almost ten years and currently utili
  • Toni Kubousek. M.Ed. has been in education for her entire professional career as a regular classroom teacher
  • where struggles in his upbringing gave birth to his passion for educational equity. Tracked early into gifted and talented programs
  • with a particular passion for arts integration. He previously served as the Director of Education and Community Initiatives at DA CAMERA: chamber music and jazz. He has taught at
  •  is a Distinguished Professor in the College of Education and Human Ecology the Ohio State University.  She is also a Faculty Affiliate with the Kirwan Institute and the Center for Latin American Studies. Professor Ford is in the Depar
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