Looking for a speaker for a state or regional conference? It’s time for you to add an expert perspective to your event!
NAGC's chosen leaders and experts in the field of gifted education are available to State Affiliates and other conference planners to speak on numerous topics at a significant discount off their regular honorarium fee. These leaders are popular conference speakers, and they have joined forces to support gifted education and NAGC yet again! Whether your conference attendees need to hear about effective classroom strategies, the latest teaching tools, identifying and serving special populations, addressing social and emotional needs, or an update on the latest research on gifted education, NAGC can connect you with quality professional development and content knowledge that best meets your needs.
Here is how ESP works:
- Contact NAGC as early as possible to secure an ESP speaker for your conference. Robin Feldman (or call 202-785-4268)
- Choose from the list of speakers (click on name for bio and topics) who have agreed to offer at least one ESP booking per year. Speaker availability is not guaranteed.
- Support - The State Affiliate (or conference organizer) does not pay an honorarium to the speaker and instead agrees to make a payment of $1,000 to NAGC. Speaker travel expenses (flight and hotel accommodations) are paid by the booking entity. Any other workshops given by the speaker while at the conference would be negotiated between the conference organizers and the speaker.
"NAGC makes a difference in the trajectories of young, high-potential lives. I want to support the NAGC mission through the Gifted Legacy Society.”
—Sidney Moon, Associate Dean, College of Education, Purdue University
Connecticut Association for the Gifted
International Center for Talent Development
Minnesota Department of Education
Center for Talent Development, Northwestern University
nRich Educational Consulting, Inc.
University of Central Arkansas
Virginia Union University
University of South Carolina
Department of Educational Psychology, School of Education, Baylor University
University of Southern Mississippi
Hillsborough County Public Schools
Framingham Public Schools
The Ohio State University
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Cleveland State University
Johns Hopkins University Graduate School of Education
Western Kentucky University
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Mississippi University for Women
Shawnee Mission School District (KS)
Northern Kentucky University
University of Connecticut
Virginia Commonwealth University
University of California, Berkeley
Source URL: http://www.nagc.org/education-training/expert-speakers-program