Steve supports gifted students of Santa Fe Public Schools and, as a qualified FTAP Evaluator, helps to implement the district's alternate identification protocol. In his previous work as an art teacher in Gallup, NM, Steve earned National Board Certification and received the Golden Apple Excellence in Teaching Award in 2010. As Publicity Chair on the board of NMAG, Steve manages this website and mailing list.
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On this MLK Day we are reminded that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's work of civil rights activism is not done. Racism still pervades, including in systems for identifying and serving the needs of high ability students in the public schools.
The early bird registration for the Albuquerque Association for the Gifted (AAGTS) 39th annual conference has been extended!!
*The conference is Saturday, January 27th *The keynote speaker is Dr. Edward Amend, a clinical psychologist with expertise in social and emotional needs of gifted children. He will present about misdiagnoses and missed diagnoses of gifted children with a particular emphasis on tools for educators and parents to help children and families with needs related to giftedness and beyond.
There will also be afternoon workshops for parents and teachers.