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Talented and Gifted (TAG)

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1 Barbara O'Donnell
Campus News Network 11:20, p.Insert 2
5/15/2001 Made a presentation to talented and gifted educators.
2 CONTAG 2000
Campus News Network 11:1, p.2
7/24/2000 The 16th annual Conference on Talented and Gifted continues its work in keeping teachers up-to-date with information, materials, and activities.
3 Interview opportunities abound during CONTAG 2000 conference at UNI July 10-14
Public Relations News Release 2000:7, p.1
7/7/2000 Jonathan Plucker, Katie Claus, Steven Brust, Lucille Lettow, and Chad Guge will be presenters at this year's Conference on Talented and Gifted (CONTAG).
4 UNI to offer weeklong conference for teachers of talented and gifted students July 10-14
Public Relations News Release 2000:5, p.1
7/7/2000 The 16th annual Conference on Talented and Gifted will provide teachers with learning tools.
5 Interview opportunity for 'Magnet School' instructor, Sara Menke-Fish
Public Relations News Release 1998:146, p.1
11/12/1998 Sara Menke-Fish, a 1979 UNI grad, will be available to interview on November 12. Sara is the Humanities and Communication Magnet Program coordinator for the Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland.
6 Northern Iowa alumna a leader in teaching talented/gifted students
Public Relations News Release 1998:128, p.1
11/5/1998 Sara Menke-Fish, a 1979 graduate of UNI, is a teacher for the Montgomery County Public Schools and is active in the TAG program.
7 Service learning an important component of education
Public Relations News Release 1996:141, p.1
11/25/1996 Barbara Lewis discusses the importance of service learning at all age levels.
8 Giftedness is also a gender issue says specialist in gifted education
Public Relations News Release 1996:85, p.1
10/28/1996 Linda Silverman says girls try to hide their abilities at a young age. A gifted child can be defined simply as a developmentally advanced child--one that goes through the developmental milestones at a faster rate.
9 University of Northern Iowa students aid professors at Iowa's Talented and Gifted Conference for Teachers and Students
Public Relations News Release 1996:132, p.1
10/28/1996 Students and professors recently presented material on dealing with teens in different interpersonal situations at the 24th annual Iowa Talented and Gifted Conference for Teachers and Students.
10 Talented and gifted girls often hide their giftedness
Public Relations News Release 1996:110, p.1
10/14/1996 According to Linda Silverman, girls often hide their talents by age nine.
11 Music has charms to soothe the savage beast, and is pretty effective at teaching kids, too!
Public Relations News Release 1995:491, p.1
8/19/1996 Gary Dulabaum believes music can help improve kids' reading skills.
12 "CONTAG '96" speakers at University of Northern Iowa July 15-19 to address issues concerning the talented and gifted
Public Relations News Release 1995:453, p.1
7/10/1996 The world wide web, learning through service, gifted education, and teaching with music are topics to be discussed during the "CONTAG '96."
13 "Contag '96" at University of Northern Iowa July 15-19 to address issues concerning the talented and gifted
Public Relations News Release 1995:428, p.1
6/12/1996 "CONTAG '96" will be held July 15-19. Local, state and national leaders in the field of gifted education an talented development will be presenting.
14 Future problem solving can help students work together, identify gifted.
Public Relations News Release 1994:98, p.1
10/31/1994 James Alvino recently spoke to the Conference on Talented and Gifted.
15 A real life "Nightmare on Elm Street" scenario.
Public Relations News Release 1991:733, p.1
7/27/1992 Maureen Neihart shares that being able to change the outcome of a dream from bad to good can help people build positive thinking and self-esteem in their lives.
16 Northern Iowa graduate student receives talented and gifted research award.
Public Relations News Release 1989:274, p.1
11/27/1989 Janice Blockhus, sixth grade teacher at Price Laboratory School recently received the 1989 Talented and Gifted Advanced Research Award for her previous work as a graduate assistant in the UNI Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
17 Iowa talented and gifted scholars conference set for Nov. 7 at University of Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:209, p.1
10/31/1989 Discussions will cover topics of interest relating to personal and professional development in fields such as science, health, industrial technology, social work, communications and politics.
18 Renowned gifted education leader Dr. Mary Frasier is pallischeck lecture series speaker at Northern Iowa June 20.
Public Relations News Release 1988:461, p.1
6/8/1988 Mary Frasier will give two public talks at the Pallischeck Visiting Distinguished Professor Lecture Series.
19 Sign up now for fourth Iowa summer institute in gifted education at Northern Iowa July 24-29.
Public Relations News Release 1988:434, p.1
5/16/1988 Presentation on useful information and techniques to help participants learn to understand gifted children and manage their education opportunities. The conference will include workshops, recreation opportunities and a chance to attend cultural events.
20 University of Northern Iowa announces informational meeting for proposed graduate degree programs in Council Bluffs
Public Relations News Release 1987:331, p.1
3/31/1988 The Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and the Office of Continuing Education sponsor two informational seminars on elementary and early childhood education of gifted students in Council Bluffs.
21 University of Northern Iowa courses to be held at Manchester
Public Relations News Release 1987:224, p.1
1/20/1988 Courses on instructional psychology, literature instruction, and teaching talented handicapped students are held at the West Delaware Middle School. Professors Tom Reifschneider, Linda Gleissner, Judy Beckman instruct.
22 Record 80 educators attend UNI Conference on Talented and Gifted July 12-17
Public Relations News Release 1987:433, p.1
7/17/1987 Harold Shane speaks at the Conference on Talented and Gifted. Shane covered the impact of television on American education, and the relationships between children and machines. Includes a list of CONTAG participants.
23 UNI Talented and Gifted Children Conference has openings July 12-17
Public Relations News Release 1987:420, p.1
7/2/1987 Professor William Waack speaks on the Annual Conference on Talented and Gifted, a program for teachers, administrators, counselors, and parents of gifted children.
24 Meeting needs of talented and gifted children is focus of UNI Conference July 12-17
Public Relations News Release 1987:369, p.1
5/11/1987 The third Annual Conference on Talented and Gifted, sponsored by the College of Education, addresses school resources, counseling, parenting, and community.
25 Talented and gifted pre-schoolers to learn about nutrition, drama, nature in summer UNI program
Public Relations News Release 1987:365, p.1
5/8/1987 Twelve pre-schoolers participate in a summer program for talented and gifted children, thanks to a support grant from the McElroy Trust. Instructors for the program include a mix of university faculty and students.
26 Seventy Iowans share ideas for teaching gifted children at UNI CONTAG conference
Public Relations News Release 1986:500, p.1
8/5/1986 The second annual Conference on the Talented and Gifted is coordinated by Professor Bill Waack. Teachers and parents came together to participate in lectures on recent developments on teaching gifted students. Includes a list of participants.
27 Latest developments in education of TAG children is CONTAG conference topic at UNI Sunday-Friday
Public Relations News Release 1986:489, p.1
7/22/1986 An overview of the second annual Conference on the Talented and Gifted '86, coordinated by Prof. Bill Waack. There were four speakers, who discussed the use aesthetics in education and the utilization of school resources to benefit gifted students.
28 Creativity stressed at UNI Price Lab School program for gifted and talented
Northern Iowan 75:61, p.1
7/13/1979 Classes for students involved in the talented and gifted program have been held at Price Lab.

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