Ellen Honeck, Chair, Newsletter Editor
Barbara Dullaghan, Convention Program Chair
The Network's mission is to maintain and promote an attitude of inquiry and to disseminate information in the areas of early childhood gifted: 1) identification and assessment (establish a rationale that supports early identification of giftedness; establish a resource guide to instruments and procedures for early identification; develop suggestions for the use of assessment information in effective educational planning); 2) curricula and programs (develop criteria for appropriate curricula and/or programs; identify appropriate curriculum materials; identify program models, implementation strategies, evaluation methods; design staff development materials and methodologies); 3) research (create a solid research base; design and implement studies that address current needs in the area of early childhood gifted children); and 4) parenting (facilitate and support parent networks and advocacy groups; develop materials for effective parenting of early childhood gifted children).
Early Childhood Network Convention Attendance Grant
The Early Childhood Network of NAGC recognizes the importance of practitioners who have direct, daily contact with young gifted children. In an effort to support and encourage the participation of practitioners in NAGC and the Early Childhood Network, two (2) attendance grants of $250 each will be awarded for registration at the 2013 NAGC Annual Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana, November 7-10, 2013. Early Childhood Attendance Grant Information
If you like what you've read and want to be a member of the Early Childhood Network, we'd love to have you! You must be a member of NAGC before you can become a network member, so click here to find out how.
Here are some of our recent newsletters sent to network members:
Spring 2011Fall 2010 Spring 2009Fall 2006
Click here to read the Early Childhood Position Statement, and view other NAGC position statements.