World Gifted 36(1) is now available. This issue contains reports from: Australia Brazil Ecuador Egypt Finland Israel Mexico New Zealand Norway Oman Saudi Arabia Spain Sweden Switzerland USA A huge thank you to all of the Delegates and other members who contributed to this issue! To read the newsletter, visit https://world-gifted.org/World-Gifted-Newsletter/wg-36(1).pdf.
The World Council for Gifted and Talented Children (WCGTC) will hold its 23rd WCGTC Biennial World Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, USA on the campus of Vanderbilt University. The 2019 event will be hosted by the WCGTC Executive Committee. Sign up to receive email updates at https://worldgifted2019.com/request-information/.
The new Executive Committee took office at the conclusion of the 2017 WCGTC World Conference in Sydney. In the back row (from left to right) are Umit Davasligil (Turkey), Julia Link Roberts (United States), Margaret Sutherland (Scotland), Tyler Clark (United States) and in the front row, Denise Fleith (Brazil), Leonie Kronborg (Australia), Sue Prior (Hong […]
There were four nominations for Executive Committee members, and all candidates have met the requirements as noted in the Bylaws. The candidates include: Denise Fleith (Brazil), Leonie Kronborg (Australia), Sue Prior (Hong Kong), and Tracy Riley (New Zealand). Since there are four spots opening on the Executive Committee, it is not necessary to have a […]
It is now easier to submit and manage your manuscript to Gifted and Talented International. We have just moved to using the ScholarOne platform. ScholarOne Manuscripts allows for rapid submission of original and revised manuscripts, and facilitates the review process and internal communication between authors, editors, and reviewers via a web-based platform. For more information […]
It is with regret that the WCGTC Executive Committee announces that Leslie Graves has tendered her resignation as President of the WCGTC due to personal obligations. The Executive Committee thanks Leslie for her many years of service and dedication to the WCGTC. Throughout the years, Leslie has served as Delegate, Executive Committee member, and most recently, […]
The Executive Committee reviewed nominations for President of the WCGTC, and one nominee met all requirements as outlined in the Bylaws. That nominee is Julia Link Roberts from the United States. With only one nominee, no election is required. Julia has accepted the nomination and will begin her term at the conclusion of the World […]
Applications for scholarships to attend the 2017 WCGTC World Conference are due one week from today. For more information and to apply, visit https://www.world-gifted.org/scholarship. Awards nominations are also due on February 15. In conjunction with the WCGTC biennial conference, the Executive Committee of the World Council presents awards in four different areas of recognition: Distinguished Service, […]
Volume 35, Number 2 of World Gifted is now available at https://world-gifted.org/World-Gifted-Newsletter/wg-35(2).pdf. Contents include: President’s Letter Headquarters Update World Conference 2019 Hosting Bids Gifted and Talented InternationalUpdate Scholarships & Awards Keynote Speakers Delegate Discourse Australia Bangladesh Brazil Ecuador Germany Jordan Lebanon Mexico Norway Spain Sweden USA Uruguay Thank you to everyone who contributed to this issue of World Gifted.
As we get closer to the 22nd WCGTC World Conference in Sydney, it is time to begin accepting applications for scholarships and awards as well as nominations for President and Executive Committee members. Please see below for a list of key dates. Scholarships: To apply for a scholarship to attend the World Conference in Sydney, please […]