– Using Scaffolding to Develop Critical Thinking in Reading (PDF)

– Curriculum and Instruction for Underrepresented Populations (PDF)
Presented by Tamra Stambaugh, Vanderbilt University

– Making the Common Core Real: Middle School Science, Problem-Based Learning, and the Common Core (PDF)
– Taking A Cat by the Tail: Middle School Social Studies, Problem-Based Learning, and the Common Core (PDF)
Presented by Dr. Shelagh A. Gallagher, Engaged Education

– Research-based Teaching Models: The Spark for Engaging Gifted Learners (PDF)
– Social Studies Practice Slides (PPT)
– Analyzing Primary Sources (Word)
– Historical Analysis and Reasoning in Social Studies for High Ability Students (PDF)
Presented by Kimberley L. Chandler, Ph.D.
The College of William and Mary

– Using Brain Based Strategies to Engage the Gifted Learner: INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS (PDF)
Presented by Lori Wenzinger, Escolares Academy, Harbison West Elementary

-Using SC’s ‘Free’ GT Resources for Professional Development (PPT)
Presented by Rick Blanchard, South Carolina Department of Education

– Inquiring Minds Want to Know (PPT)
Presented by Christi Fricks, Lakeside Middle School, Anderson 5

– iPod, iPad, iLearn: Using Mobile Devices with Gifted Learners (PDF)
Presented by Faith Hardison, Florence One

– Build to Express: Encouraging Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication with GT Learners (PDF)
Presenters: Margaret LaForce, Amy Sgorrano, Victoria Castro, and Lisa Williams 

– Arts Integration (PPT)
Presented by Sandy Barfield and Mary Beth Williamson, Discovery School, Lancaster SC

– Stepping Up the Ladder in all Curriculum Areas
to Improve Critical Thinking
Presented by Cheryl Hutchison, Carolina Springs Elementary, Lexington 1

– SC Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities (PDF)

– What’s So Common With Common Core? (PDF)
Presented by Mary Berry, Sherri Jackson, Jane Snyder, Carol Tate, Ronda Wilkerson
Greenville County Schools