Webinar: Action Research Made Easier
A free webinar sponsored by the TAGT Research Division
Date: Wednesday, March 25
Time: 8:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Join the TAGT Research Division in investigating the “Why,” “What,” and “How” of using the classroom as your very own laboratory. Learn why action research is important to the field of gifted education by helping guide programming decisions and important everyday choices classroom teachers make.
Find answers to the very questions you want to ask. Review the step-by-step process of conducting and reporting action research. Receive teacher-friendly templates to help solve and act upon your research questions.
To participate, click here, and enter as “Guest.” A wired connection is preferred, as it will generally work better than a wireless connection.
This division supports gifted and talented research as a means for advancing identification and services for gifted children, guiding parents of gifted learners, and training teachers of gifted students. It is the commitment of this division to encourage, evaluate and disseminate current research in the field of gifted education.
Research Division Officers
- Chair: Joyce Miller, Ph.D., Texas A&M University-Commerce; Joyce.Miller@tamuc.edu
- Vice Chair: Kathryn Pabst Schaeffer, Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD; email@example.com
- Secretary: Quentin Woods, Ed.D., ESC Region 7; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Publications: Debbie Troxclair, Ph.D., Lamar University; email@example.com
- Past Chair: Christina Dearman, Ph.D., Denton ISD; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Board Liaison: Merrill Hammons, Brownsville ISD; email@example.com
Helpful PowerPoint Presentations
- Action Research Made Easier – Christina Dearman and Kathryn Pabst
- Exploring the Underachievement of Elementary Gifted Students – Joyce Miller and Charissa Govan
- Got Time-Works Cited – Christina Dearman
- Got Time – Christina Dearman
- Impact of Early Acceleration – McClarty
- Pre-service Teachers’ Attitude toward Giftedness – Troxclair
- Priming the Pump – Overexcitability Handout – Joyce Miller
- Priming the Pump – Joyce Miller
- Student Motivation – Research Division