top of page
shutterstock_397466239.jpg

Special and Gifted Education
Date of Session
:  July 14-17, 2024

Location:  

Harris Manchester College in the University of Oxford, Oxford, England. Harris Manchester College is one of the thirty-eight colleges that form the University of Oxford and was founded in 1786.


Paper Submission:

You are invited and encouraged to make a presentation and to provide a paper on a relevant aspect of the topic, however, your participation as a member of the Round Table is not contingent thereon. Papers presented at the Round Table may be subsequently submitted for publication in the Forum on Public Policy, a journal of the International Round Table Symposium.

Registration:

Costs associated with the Round Table can be found below.  Membership is limited to 35 participants.

Should you be unable to attend, we would welcome your nomination of a colleague to attend in your place.

Abstract Due:

January 15, 2024

shutterstock_215446339.jpg

Topics of Interest will include but are not limited to:

Special Education

​Least Restrictive Environment

Common Core State Standards

Interface with NCLB

Inclusion

Tiered Intervention Programs

Parent Collaboration

Designing the IEP

Manifestation Decisions

Extended School Year

Common Core State Standards

Remedial Math and Reading

Title I

 

Gifted Education

​The Gifted Student

Strategies for Success

Self-Assessment Transition Questions

Behavior Analysis

Figurative Language

Knowledge and Skill Standards

Teaching for High Potential

P-12 Gifted Programs

Guidance and Counseling

Differences in Learning

Psychology

​Mental Health Services

Physical and Occupational Therapists

Crisis Intervention

Dropout Prevention

Regression-Recoupment

Bullying

Child Protection

Identification

Functional Behavioral Assessments

School Discipline

Rehabilitation Psychology

 

At Risk Children

Preventive Health for Children

Emotional Cognitive Social Early Learning

Educational Psychology

Equity and ESSA

 

Exceptional Education

​Developmental Delay

Twice Exceptional

Speech or Language Impairment

Multiple Disabilities

Emotional Disturbance

Payment Information

The Full Oxford Experience

 

$800 - Deposit - due February 15, 2024

$1395 – Final Payment due April 30, 2024

Morning and Afternoon Meetings with Tea, Coffee and Biscuit Breaks

 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Full English Breakfast

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Lunches

Monday and Wednesday Drink Receptions and Formal Dinners in Hall

Lodging in the College on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights (checking out on Thursday)

Walking Tour of Oxford

Meeting Only

$800 - due February 15, 2024

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Meetings

Tea, Coffee and Biscuit Breaks

Discounts-one per person

Alumni:

$150 - Alumni members of the Oxford International Round Table Symposium

Group Discount:  

$100 per person- Discount per person of 3 or more Co-Presenting a Paper

Co-Presenter Discount:  

$75 per person

Discount per person of 2 Co-Presenting a Paper

Guest of a Participant - Lodging and Meals

$1195 – Payment in Full due April 30, 2024

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Full English Breakfast

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Lunches

Monday and Wednesday Drink Receptions and Formal Dinners in Hall

Lodging in the College on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights (checking out on Thursday)

Walking Tour of Oxford

bottom of page