KAGE Annual Conference 2018

MARK YOUR CALENDARS for the KAGE 38th Annual Conference February 26-27, 2018 in Lexington at the Marriott Griffin Gate. Please join us as we celebrate 38 years of advocacy and service for Kentucky’s gifted children and youth.  The KAGE Conference will feature two days of presentations from national and state experts on topics and exhibits of interest to educators and parents of gifted children.

We are very pleased Lisa Van Gemert, from GiftedGuru.com as a keynote speaker on Monday, and a session presenter on Monday and Tuesday.  Ms. Van Gemert is well-known in the gifted community for her very informative and entertaining presentations and as a consultant to American Mensa.  We are also pleased to have Dr. Paula Olszewski-Kubilius, director of the Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University and a professor in the School of Education and Social Policy.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS – KAGE is now accepting proposals to present at Annual Conference 2018. These presentations will take place on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL FOR THE CONFERENCE.

EXHIBITOR INFORMATION – Exhibitors are an important part of the KAGE Annual Conference.  Companies and organizations have the opportunity to offer their products or services to educators and parents of high-ability students. Exhibitors will be recognized in the conference program, and time will be allotted for conference participants to visit exhibit displays each day. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT EXHIBITING AT THE KAGE CONFERENCE.

What to look forward to: 

• CONFERENCE REGISTRATION (available soon)

• Monday Half-Day Sessions (coming soon)
• Tuesday Concurrent Sessions – Click HERE to submit a proposal to present. 
• Administrators Institute (coming soon)
• Parent Night (coming soon)
• Creativity Night (coming soon)
• Service and Advocacy Awards
• KAGE Distinguished Student Awards
• Graduate & Undergraduate Poster Session
• Hotel Information
• List of Exhibitors (coming soon)
• Making a Case to Your Supervisor (coming soon)
• Possible Funding Sources (coming soon)

Effective Instructional Leadership (EILA) and Conference Credit available.

The KAGE Service and Advocacy Awards, which provide recognition of exceptional service and/or advocacy in support of educating Kentucky’s gifted and talented children, and the Distinguished Student Award will be presented at the Conference.

We look forward to seeing you in Lexington in 2018!

last updated  08/20/2017