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Conference 2019
Bridging the Gap:  Reaching and Teaching All Gifted Learners

Make your plans to attend the AAGC 2019 Conference at the Birmingham Marriott   October 15-17. We will have three full days of outstanding speakers, informative sessions, and opportunities for you to network with others.  On Tuesday, October 15, in addition to a variety of full-and half-day workshops, we will again offer Torrance training.  You can register for one, two, or all three days. Back by popular demand, keynote speakers for this year’s conference will be Carolyn Coil and Brian Housand. Read their bios
HERE New this year will be an exciting evening event: “Creativity + STEAM = Bridge to the Future.” The event will be open to all attendees registered for the conference.                              

Conference Online Registration:  REGISTRATION LINK CLICK HERE

October 15th Workshop Descriptions:  WORKSHOP LINK CLICK HERE


Marriott reservations link:  RESERVATIONS LINK CLICK HERE

join us for a fun interactive evening of
creative activities!



   Call for Proposals  

The AAGC Conference Program Committee invites you to submit a breakout session  proposal for this year's conference. Our theme this year is Bridging the Gap: Reaching and Teaching ALL Gifted Learners. We are looking for sessions that offer ideas for effective teaching strategies and innovative curriculum for gifted students. Sessions are 45-60 minutes, depending on the time slot. Click HERE to complete your proposal form. The deadline for submissions is June 15.



Important Conference-related Links:

Please use the links below to register as a vendor/exhibitor or to support the conference as an app sponsor.




Awards of Excellence

Please consider nominating a deserving individual for one of the AAGC Awards of Excellence. Click HERE for more information and the application. Deadline for nominations is Sept 1, 2019.
          Outstanding Gifted Specialist

Outstanding Administrator
Outstanding Gifted Coordinator
Outstanding General Education Teacher
Outstanding Community Member
Outstanding Gifted Student
Outstanding Parent Advocate
Lifetime Achievement in Gifted Education

Attention All Gifted Specialists!

AAGC supports teachers through two specific grants:

To apply for either (or both!) of these, click the links above to download the applications. Deadline for the educator grants is September 1, 2019. Deadline for the first-time attendees scholarship is September 1, 2019.



Student Contests

We encourage teachers of gifted students in grades 3-12 to submit entries for the video and logo contests. While the video contest is open to both individual students as well as groups, the logo contest is limited to individual students only. The winning logo design will be used as the 2019 Conference Logo. Deadline for the logo contest is May 1, 2019. Deadline for video entries is September 1, 2019.

Click below for additional information:

Logo contest information 


Alabama Association for Gifted Children
P. O. Box 43765 - Birmingham, AL 35243

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