Tuition and Registration

Registration Information for 2019 Summer Gifted Institute

Enrollment is now open for all sessions of the 2018 Summer Gifted Institute and “Back to School” Demonstration. Each session is individually priced.

Enrollment is now open for all sessions of the 2019 Summer Gifted Institute. Each session is individually priced.
Individuals and groups may register online using a credit card for any of the 2019 Summer Gifted Institute events. If paying with a purchase order or check, please contact Cecilia Olmos (colmos@rossier.usc.edu) to process your registrations.

Register online

Contact:
Alyssa Lopez

lopezaly@usc.edu
Phone: (213) 821-4167

All sessions include complimentary continental breakfast, box lunch, and parking.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be available for purchase at $35 per CEU


About the Sessions

Session 1:
Advanced Application of Depth and Complexity

June 20-21, 2019
(2-day workshop)
8:30am – 3:00pm
USC Hotel, Los Angeles, CA
Workshop Fees: $395
Develop strategies to integrate the Prompts of Depth/Complexity as instructional as well as curricular “tools” in this two-day workshop. Master the techniques of:

  • Clustering the prompts
  • Discipline and Interdisciplinary Connections
  • Matching Prompts to Standards and Textbook
  • Situational Application in Social/Emotional Settings
  • Applying the Prompts to Research and Writing Skills

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Session 2:
New Approaches to Differentiating Curriculum: A Continuum

August 5-7, 2019
(3-day workshop)
8:30am – 3:00pm
Amy King Dundon-Berchtold University Club of USC
Workshop Fees: $590
This three-day workshop redefines the meaning of “challenge” and academic rigor by identifying key curricular techniques to design differentiated curriculum. Units of Study include Instructional Strategies and Philosophy and Politics.

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Session 3:
A Learning Center Approach to Differentiation

August 8-9, 2019
(2-day workshop)
8:30am – 3:00pm
Amy King Dundon-Berchtold University Club of USC
Workshop Fees: $395
This two-day workshop addresses Learning Centers as a means of recognizing and responding to ability and potential across disciplines related standards. This presentation will emphasize specific ways to provide consistent access to differentiated curriculum within the classroom

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Ideal For

Participants in the program should include, but are not limited to:
 

  • Classroom teachers
  • GATE teachers
  • Principals
  • Special Education teachers
  • Mentor teachers
  • BTSA and Induction Coordinators
  • Curriculum designers
  • Content team leaders