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For Exhibitors

The 58th Annual NAGC Convention in New Orleans, November 3-5, 2011. Contact Nicole Daniel for more information.

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2011 Exhibitors

Booth Number

Afrobooks 616
ALEKS Corporation
ALEKS is a web-based mathematics program that provides personalized assessment and learning for grades 3-12. Using artificial intelligence and adaptive questioning, ALEKS assesses a student's knowledge and delivers instruction on the exact topics the student is most ready to learn.
Alpha+Excel 703
American Mensa 215
Asia Pacific Conference on Giftedness 2012 706
Ball State Center for Gifted 412
Belin-Blank Center
The Belin-Blank Center offers professional development, an assessment and counseling clinic, and myriad programs for students, including academic-year and summer programs and an early entrance to college program. The Center also houses the Institute for Research and Policy on Acceleration.
Bia-Maranatha 214
Bilingual Books
Bilingual Books, Inc. publishes twelve 10 minutes a day® Series book/software titles, great for introducing kids to a foreign language, in a classroom or through independent study.  10 minutes a day® AUDIO CDs and Language Map® phrase guides also available.
BizWorld Foundation
BizWorld's mission is to challenge and engage gifted children across the cultural and economic spectrum through experiential learning programs that teach the basics of business, entrepreneurship, and money management and promote teamwork and leadership in the classroom.
Borenson and Associates 516
Botball Educational Robotics 701
Bright Ideas/A.W. Peller
The Bright Ideas for the Gifted Catalog is a comprehensive source for gifted materials. We carry products from Educational Impressions, Prufrock Press, Pieces of Learning, Tin Man Press, Free Spirit and many other publishers of quality educational materials.
Camp Invention/Invent Now Kids
Invent Now Kids provides quality, timely educational enrichment programs each year that nurture children’s innate curiosity through inquiry-based, hands-on FUN!
Center for Bright Kids Regional Talent Center
The Center for Bright Kids offers K-12 enrichment and acceleration programming for high interest and high ability kids. Our focus is not only on how kids think and learn, but how they discover ways to navigate the world while thinking and learning differently. CBK is centered on providing safe spaces for kids to laugh and play while being intellectually challenged and actively engaged in meaningful, authentic experiences. The Center for Bright Kids has offered the Western Academic Talent Search, Summer Programs, and other enrichment and acceleration youth programs for 28 years.
Center for Gifted Education - College of William and Mary 309
Center for Gifted Education - University of Arkansas at Little Rock 315
Center for Gifted Studies - Western Kentucky University 108
Center for Talent Development - Northwestern University
Almost 30 years of great programs & services for gifted students PreK – grade 12
• Above-grade-level testing for better assessment
• Online learning with ‘live’ master instructors
• Rigorous & fun summer academic programs (residential & commuter)
• Award-winning service-learning experiences
• Consecutive Saturday & weekend Chicago-area educational offerings
Center for Talent Development (CTD) at Northwestern University takes people’s notions of what learning is and introduces them to what learning should be. At CTD it’s cool to me smart.
Center for Talented Youth - Johns Hopkins University 504
Concordia Language Villages 615
Creative Learning Press
Creative Learning Press publishes resources for teachers and administrators that help them challenge and engage students in the classroom.  We also carry a bounty of carefully selected how-to materials for gifted and talented students  and their parents.  Our bestselling authors include Joseph Renzulli, Sally Reis, Marcia Gentry, Susan Baum, and Nora Friedman.  Flagship titles include Systems and Models for Developing Programs for the Gifted and Talented, The Schoolwide Enrichment Model, Curriculum Compacting, Total Talent Portfolio, Enrichment Clusters, Interest-a-Lyzer Family of Instruments, and Scales for Rating the Behavioral Characteristics of Superior Students.
CTB/McGraw Hill 707
The Daimon Institute for the Highly Gifted and Power Play Strategies 513
The DBQ Project 705
Dinah Might Adventures
Dinah-Might Adventures is an educational publishing and consulting company owned by Dinah Zike, Author/Speaker.  Her books are known for their innovative ways to use “Foldables®” in teaching all subjects and grade levels.
Discovery Youth Group Programs 713
Discovery Toys 407
Disney Youth Group Programs 114
Drake University College of Education
Drake University offers an award-winning Gifted and Talented Endorsement in a fully online format. Students in 18 states and 5 countries have completed our 12 credit hour graduate level endorsement, which is approved by the Iowa Department of Education.
Duke Talent Identification Program
Duke TIP’s educational programs are residential summer programs designed to meet the intellectual and social needs of gifted students in grades 7-12. Programs are held on college campuses across the country and in field locations around the world. Duke TIP also offers an online e-Studies Program for 8-12 grade students. Financial aid is available for most programs. 
EAI Education 704
Early College at Mary Baldwin
The only residential program of its kind in the country, the Program for the Exceptionally Gifted (PEG) at Mary Baldwin College offers academically talented young women the opportunity to accelerate their education, bypassing high school to advance directly to college. 
East Baton Rouge Parish School System 712
Engine-Uity specializes in differentiated resources, keyed to Bloom's Taxonomy of higher level thinking skills, that lead to independent studies. Engine-Uity has been providing quality supplemental teaching materials for grades K-12 since 1980.
Equal Exchange
Equal Exchange Fundraising offers organic and fairly traded foods, beautiful gifts and recycled cotton gift wrap (tree-free!).  With Equal Exchange Fundraising your organization can support sustainability, enjoy award-winning products and make a difference in the lives of small farmers and artisans across the globe.
Florida Institute of Technology 512
Fox Imaging, LLC 601
Free Spirit Publishing
Since 1983 Free Spirit’s leading-edge resources have supported the social, emotional, and educational needs of gifted children and teens, educators, counselors and parents.
Frog Publications 409
Future Problem Solving International
Future Problem Solving Program International, a nonprofit educational organization created by Dr. E. Paul Torrance in 1974, offers three competitive components for grades 4-12: Global Issues Problem Solving, Community Problem Solving, and Scenario Writing. The program can also be integrated non-competitively into the curriculum. Participation in the program strongly supports the development of the 21st Century Skills.
Gamestar Mechanic 607
Gary K. Herberger Young Scholars Academy 510
Gifted Education Resource Institute - Purdue University
The Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI) at Purdue University is committed to the holistic development of talented P-16 students. The Institute provides resources and programs to students and teachers, and through our research, acts as an advocate to the gifted community. 
Great Books Foundation
The Great Books Foundation helps K-16 students read deeply for meaning, think critically, and focuses on written response and discussion. Award winning professional development combined with high-quality, unedited literature allow all children to reach their maximum potential.
Great Potential Press 107
Hickory Grove Press 113
Interact active learning projects are written by teachers for teachers. Each lesson is carefully organized, easy to use and to modify for differentiation in both gifted and heterogeneous classrooms. They are constructivist, collaborative, and supported by recent research.  Interact is a division of Social Studies School Service.
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation 508
Kendall-Hunt Publishing
Kendall/Hunt Publishing’s Talented and Gifted programs include the following:
The Center for Gifted Education at the College of William and Mary has developed exemplary curriculum frameworks and units of study in science, social studies and language arts for classroom use with high-ability learners since 1987.
Kiwi Kids 710
Knowsys Test Prep 308
Laurel Springs School 708
LEGO Education
LEGO Education provides hands-on science, math and technology curriculum. Our robotics, simple machines, energy, forces, and motion products and activities engage and motivate students while meeting and exceeding state and national content standards.
Lintor Make-A-Book
Lintor Make-A-Book provides inexpensive classroom publishing materials for creating hardcover books right in your classrooms…IN JUST MINUTES!  Your students will have FUN while proudly giving their writing projects (hand written/illustrated or computer generated) a professional look. Perfect for Project-Based Learning! 
Math Olympiads
Math Olympiads is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to stimulating enthusiasm, fostering creativity and strengthening intuition in mathematical problem solving.  Through the use of five monthly contests, teachers and teams of up to 35 students explore and review mathematical concepts together while developing flexibility in solving non-routine problems. Certificates, medals or trophies are awarded to all participants. Visit our booth for information, sample problems and prizes.
MathTwister 515
Mind Vine Press
Publisher of Envision: a real-world, project-based independent study program designed for gifted and talented students. Each Envision grade-level program contains four in-depth multidisciplinary projects to span the entire school year. Teacher manuals, student materials, resource cards, CDs and more! 
Mirman School for Gifted Children 317
Nathan Levy Books/Elite Educational Resources 303
National Beta Club
The National Beta Club is committed to recognizing high academic achievement, encouraging service to others, and developing character and leadership skills. Since 1934, The National Beta Club has worked with over six million students in grades 5-12.

Pearson offers a wide range of innovative clinical and learning assessments, which provide accurate, comprehensive and reliable results to help identify gifted students’ strengths and match them to appropriate gifted education program options.

Pieces of Learning
From our first book The Faces of Gifted to our most recent book Differentiation, RTI, and Achievement: How They Work Together, Pieces of Learning has provided educators and learners with high-quality products and practical staff development for 20 years.
Pitsco Education 216
Prufrock Press  101
Renzulli Learning, a division of Compass Learning 606
Ricks Center for Gifted Children - Institute for the Development of Gifted Education 311
Riverside Publishing 212
 RJB^3/Albert's Insomnia
Albert’s Insomnia is an innovative, educational card game that uses elementary math (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) to exercise and facilitate developing parts of the brain used for problem solving, creative and critical thinking skills. The game can be played by an entire class, small groups and even alone! Call us to ask about your organization selling Albert’s Insomnia as a FUNDRAISING tool also!
Royal Fireworks Press
Publisher of curricular and supplementary materials for the education of gifted children; books for parents and teachers of the gifted; novels for gifted children; the Michael Clay Thompson language arts curriculum for gifted kids; and the Royal Fireworks monographs on education.
Saint Joseph's University Online Degree Programs 711
Scholastic Testing Service 500
School Technology Resources
STR specializes in hand-held digital and video cameras for the classroom – the Scope On A Rope and ProScope.  These multi-function classroom cameras and combination new generation microscopes are fun, easy to use, versatile classroom tools.  Use them as hand-held microscopes, document cameras, and digital classroom cameras.  Our exclusive education kits include a variety of lenses, accesories, and curricular materials to provide engaging classroom experiences.
School Tours of America
School Tours of America takes "Learning On The Road" by providing well-planned, well-guided and affordable educational tours to Washington DC, Williamsburg, and New York City.  Our goal is to create an educational experience for each student that is truly unforgettable.  We believe in engaging students and helping them develop life-long skills and a passion for learning that extends beyond the classroom.
Seacamp Association, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization which operates two programs in the Florida Keys.  Newfound Harbor Marine Institute is our school based program offering marine and environmental education programs to visiting school groups.  Seacamp is our summer residential program for youth 12 to 17 years old with programs in marine science, SCUBA, sailing, and windsurfing.
Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted is a national nonprofit committed to meeting the social/emotional needs of gifted individuals.  Free resources include a media library and monthly newsletter.  SENG trains facilitators to lead SENG Model Parent Groups throughout the world.  SENG’s annual conference – to be held in Seattle July 15-17, 2011 – welcomes parents, educators, children and teens.
Set Enterprises 410
We make learning fun and easy for kids and help families stay connected through the power of play!  SimplyFun works hard to make it easy to learn something new or connect with a loved one.   It’s our mission – our passion!
Space Camp and Aviation Challenge
Space Camp® and Aviation Challenge® are camp programs of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® located in Huntsville, AL.  By focusing on space, aviation and teamwork, you will learn how to become the next generation of astronauts, fighter pilots, and leaders. Get ready for a week of non-stop fun and adventure. 
Summer Institute for the Gifted
The Summer Institute for the Gifted offers prestigious & unique 3 week residential & day, co-educational, summer programs for gifted & talented students in grades K-11 at top institutions across the US. Campuses include Princeton University, UCLA, Amherst College, Vassar College, University of Texas at Austin, Emory University and more! 
Super Duper Publications
Super Duper Publications® creates materials, programs, and tests designed to assess, stimulate, and enrich children’s language and thinking skills. Products include card decks, games, software, apps, manipulatives, and workbooks.  Super Duper® also has FREE SHIPPING to the USA and Canada.
Talents Unlimited
Talents Unlimited is a thinking skills model. Our professional development guides teachers, K-12, through developing strategies that will promote higher order thinking and problem solving in the classroom. Talents Unlimited, a research based model, can be integrated into any curriculum. TU focuses on five behaviors, Productive Thinking, Communication, Forecasting, Decision Making and Planning. By teaching these behaviors, teachers can help students make connections between their school work and the real world, thus promoting active engagement for all students.
Texas Instruments 801
Tin Man Press 213
Tomorrow's Dreams 806
University of Cincinnati 804

University of Connecticut - NEAG Center for Gifted and Talented Development
The Neag Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development is one of the leading international centers in the area of gifted education and talent development.  The Center is comprised of graduate programs, The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, and Confratute, a summer institute on gifted and talented, and Mentor Connection, a summer program for academically talented high school students.

University of Missouri - Center for Distance and Independent Study 408
Usborne Books 104
Whittaker's 717
Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth 709
Wholemovement is a unique approach to learning mathematics through folding circles. There are over one hundred mathematical functions in folding the circle one time in half. From there the process opens to an endless exploration of principled patterned in-formation.
World Council for Gifted and Talented 503