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Program

August 3, 2014 (Sun.)

Venue: Beijing Friendship Hotel

08:00 ~ 18:30

Register

12:00 ~ 13:30

Lunch

13:45 ~ 14:25

Opening Ceremony
Juying Ballroom on the second floor of Friendship Palace
Chair: Prof. Jiannong Shi, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
1. Prof. Xiaolan Fu, conference chair; Director of the Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
2. Prof. Pengzhi Liu, conference chair; Principal of the High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China, China
3. Delegate from Beijing Municipal Education Commission
4. Prof. Kyungbin Park, President of Asia-Pacific Federation on Giftedness; Dept. of Early Childhood Education, Gachon University and President, Korean
Society for the Gifted, South Korea

14:25 ~ 14:35

Group Photo

14:35 ~ 15:10

Student Show

the lobby of Friendship Palace


Juheyuan Restaurant, Juxiuyuan Restaurant & Cafin Friendship Palace

Keynote Lecture I (15:10~18:30)

Juying Ballroom on the second floor of Friendship Palace

Chair: Prof. Ching-Chih Kuo, Vice President of APFG (2012-2014); Department of Special Education, National Taiwan Normal University
15:10 ~ 15:55

Prof. Jiannong Shi, Director of Research Center for Supernormal Children, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Title: Culture and Environment of Creativity

15:55 ~ 16:15

Tea Break

16:15 ~ 17:00

Prof. Simeon Brodsky, Director of CTY International, Center for Talented Youth (CTY), Johns Hopkins University, USA
Title: Reflections on Global Efforts to Identify and Develop Academic Talent

17:00 ~ 17:45

Prof. Pengzhi Liu, counselor of the State Council of P. R. China , Principal of the High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China, China
Title: Equal Opportunities and Differentiated Education for Students of All kinds Practices of and Thoughts on the Education of Gifted Students

17:45 ~ 18:30

Prof: Douglas K. Detterman, Dept. of Psychology, Case Western Reserve University, USA
Title: Intelligence, Genius, Achievement, and World Progress

18:30 ~ 20:00

Welcome Dinner

20:00 ~ 20:30

APFG Executive Members Meeting

the second floor and the first floor of Friendship Palace

Juheyuan Restaurant, Juxiuyuan Restaurant & Cafin Friendship Palace


Juheyuan Restaurant in Friendship Palace

August 4, 2014 (Mon.)

Venue: Beijing Friendship Hotel

Keynote Lecture II (08:15 ~12:15)

Juying Ballroom on the second floor of Friendship Palace

Chair: Chwee Geok Quek, Principal Specialist, Ministry of Education, Singapore


08:15 ~ 09:00

Mr. Matthew Pearce, Executive Principal of the Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science (PRISMS), USA
Title: Cultivating Student Creativity Through a Creative Curriculum

09:00 ~ 09:45

Prof. Yigong Shi, School of Life Science, Tsinghua University, China


Title: How to be a Scientist?

09:45 ~ 10:30

Prof. Ching-chih Kuo, Department of Special Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Chinese Taipei
Title: How Unique the Gifted Brains Are

10:30 ~ 10:45

Tea Break

10:45 ~ 11:30

Prof. Yi Rao, School of Life Science, Peking University, China


TitleIs Mr. Science Still a Guest in China?

11:30 ~ 12:15

Prof. Hong Ding, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China


Title: Some Thinkings on Chinese Education System

12:15 ~ 13:45

Lunch

Juheyuan Restaurant, Juxiuyuan Restaurant & Cafin Friendship Palace

Keynote Lecture III (14:00 ~ 18:00)

Juying Ballroom on the second floor of Friendship Palace

Chair: Prof. Usanee Anuruthwong, Department of Special Education, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand.
14:00 ~ 14:45

Prof. Jie Zhang, Principal of Stuyvesant High School, USA


Title: An Introduction of Gifted Education in American Public Schools

14:45 ~ 15:30

Prof. Chao Tang, Director of the Center for Theoretical Biology at Peking University, China
Title: Random Thoughts on Nurturing Creativity

15:30 ~ 16:15

Prof. Yanhua Liu, Counselor for the State Council of China, former Vice Minister of Ministry of Science and Technology of China, China
Title: The Needs for Supernormal Children

16:15 ~ 16:30

Tea Break

16:30 ~ 17:15

Prof. Christian Werner, University of Applied Management, Germany


Title: Talents Approaching a Globalized Future: Three Guiding Principles for the Future of Talent Management and Development Across Educational Institutions

17:15 ~ 18:00

Prof. Del Siegle, Department of Educational Psychology, the University of Connecticut, USA
TitleMaking a Difference: Factors that Contribute to an Achievement Orientation Attitude

18:00 ~ 18:30

Poster Conversations Session

Poster I-1

Juying Ballroom on the second floor of Friendship Palace

Kuntaree Phettaweeporndech, Bodindecha (Sing Singhaseni) School and Ph.D. student of Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University, Bangkok, Thailand
Title: Development of Science Instructional model to promote critical thinking for upper secondary school students

Poster I-2

Xiuying Liu, Key Laboratory of Behavioral Science, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Title: Parent-child interactions, self-regulation personalities, inhibition control and aggression in peer relationships

Poster I-3

Sook Hee Park, Department of Liberal Arts & Education, University of Hyupsung, Korea
Title: Creativity Schema of Korean Undergraduates

Poster I-4

Jiyoung Jeon, Department of Physics Education, Kongju National University, Rep. of Korea,
Title: An Analysis of Scientific Gifteds Achievement Emotion

Poster I-5

Kui Cao, The High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China (RDFZ), China
Title: Trial discussion on the role of essay and defense in cultivating the creativity of gifted children

Poster I-6

Fen Yu, Department of Psychology, Shenzhen University, China


Title: The relationship between performance on problem finding and divergent thinking

Poster I-7

Jiyeon Min, Department of Education, Seoul National University, Korea


Title: Relations Between Problem Finding and Solving Styles and Creative Characteristics of Adults in Business and Other Organizations

Poster I-8

Nattapol Yotathitikul, Department of Science Technology and Mathematics, Bodindecha (Sing Singhaseni) School, Thailand
Title: Integrating STEM education into Science Project: An Example of Supervising Students Conducting the Investigation of Biomimetic on Seed Dispersal

Poster I-9

Jaebok Lee, Chungnam Education Institute of Science, Rep. of Korea


Title: Application & Development of Creative Test Focusing on Inquiry on the Science for the Selection of Gifted Science Students in Middle School

Poster I-10

Radmila Harding, Ruyton Girls School, Australia


Title: Being Gifted in the Digital Age Implications for Classrooms

Poster I-11

Justin Heng, Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore


Title: Addressing Misconceptions in Evolution : Who Loses out in a Marriage?

Poster I-12

Patrick Wong, Institute of Professional Learning and Teaching, Hong Kong, China
Title: A study on Young Achievers' Gallery - nurturing the gifted and talented by the gallery and her pull-out programmes as well as facilitating implementation
of gifted education by receiving educators all over the world

Poster I-13

Tongran Liu, Key Laboratory of Behavioral Science, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
Title: General Intelligence and Neural Mechanism of Facial Expression Perception

Poster I-14

Yulan Dai, Jiangsu Tiyi High School,China


Title: The cultivation of the spirit of tolerance on gifted children aged 13-15

Poster I-15

Ruifang Xiang, Gradudate School of Education, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
Title: A Study on Hierarchical Classification of Gifted and Talented Students

Poster I-16

Yuzhen Xu, Shanghai Changning Special Education and Guidance Center, Shanghai, China
Title: Leadership Skills Inventory on Gifted and Talented Students in Primary School and Middle School

Poster I-17

Xinrong Shen, Jiangsu Tiyi High School,China


Title: Academic Extracurricular Club: a New Quest for Finding and Engaging Top Students with Innovation Spirits

Poster I-18

Hongtao Xu, Beijing No. 8 High School, China


Title: The research on how the Nature Sports Courses improve the supernormal childrens personality

18:30 ~ 19:30

Dinner

19:30 ~ 20:30

Annual General MeetingAGMfor Country / Regional Delegates

August 5, 2014 (Tue.)


07:40 ~ 07:45

Juheyuan Restaurant, Juxiuyuan Restaurant & Cafin Friendship Palace


Juying Ballroom on the second floor of Friendship Palace

Venue: the High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China (RDFZ) / Beijing Yucai School

Gather at the parking lot behind Building 1of Beijing Friendship Hotel, and then go to RDFZ together

Keynote Lecture IV (08:15 ~12:15)

the Meeting Room on the Fourth Floor of the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ

Chair: Prof. Helen Siu yin KU-YU, Department of Applied Social Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
08:15 ~ 09:00

Mr. Juncheng Wang, Principal of Beijing No. 8 High School, China


Title: Carry Forward Constant Innovation in Gifted Education and Forge Ahead into the Future of Excellence

09:00 ~ 09:45

Ms. Chen Gao, Principal of Northeast Yucai School, China


Title: Kindle the Fire of Personality, Enlighten the Strength of Genius

09:45 ~ 10:00

Tea Break

10:00 ~ 10:45

Zvika Ziv Director of Culture, Academic & Provincial Affairs, Embassy of the State of Israel
Title: Technology, Higher Education and Special Education in Israel

10:45 ~ 11:30

Mr. Jizhong Liu, Principal of Beijing Yucai School, China


Title: The Gifted Education to Meet the Needs of Students of Individuality

11:30 ~ 12:15

Mr. Maode Shen, Principal of Jiangsu Tianyi High School, China


TitleImproving Student Creativity and Innovation from the Perspective of Curriculum Reform

12:15 ~ 13:45

Lunch

15:00 ~ 18:00

(13:45 ~ 13:50: Gather before the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ, and then go to Beijing Yucai School)
Workshop I (Only in Chinese): Creativity and Creative Teaching
Beijing Yucai School
Lecture: Prof. Lung-an Chen
Department of Business Administration, Shih Chien University; Chairman, Taiwan Teachers Professional Development Association, Chinese Taipei
(18:00 ~ 18:10: Gather and go back to the Beijing Friendship Hotel together)

Symposium I (14:00~ 15:30)


Title: Voices in the curriculum innovation process: Navigating the complexities
Chair: Dr. Tan Liang See, National Institute of Education, Singapore
14:00 ~ 14:25

the restaurant on the second and third floor of the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ

the restaurant on the third floor of the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ

the lecture theatre (1-01) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ

Dr. Elizabeth Koh, National Institute of Education, Singapore


Title: The social-cultural contexts of designing and implementing programmes for high-ability students

14:25 ~ 14:50

Dr. Lee Shu Shing, National Institute of Education, Singapore


Title: A leaders journey in re-culturing teaching and learning in a high performing school

14:50 ~ 15:15

Dr. Tan Liang See, Office of Education Research, National Institute of Education, Singapore
Title: The journey of instructional leadership in designing and implementing curriculum for high-ability students

15:15 ~ 15:30

Discussion

Oral Session I-1 (14:00~ 15:40)


the Classroom (1-03) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ
Chair: Christine Ireland, Australian Association for Gifted and Talented Children, Gifted Education Coordinator, Caulfield Grammar School, Australia
14:00 ~ 14:20

Christine Ireland, Australian Association for Gifted and Talented Children, Gifted Education Coordinator, Caulfield Grammar School, Australia
Title: Successful teaching of creativity for gifted students, using ICT and perseverance within a differentiated curriculum

14:20~ 14:40

Eva Trnova, Faculty of Education, Masaryk University, Czech republic


Title: Development of the Creativity of Gifted Students in Science Education in the Czech Republic

14:40 ~ 15:00

Jasmine C.H. Yeung, HKMLC Queen Maud Secondary School, Hong Kong, China
Title: Research on the effectiveness of the provision of gifted education programme on students' creativity and learning motivation

15:00 ~ 15:20

Youngsik Han, Department of Lifelong Education, University of Soongsil, South Korea


Title: An Effect of Convergent Instruction Model on Creative personality and Key Competencies of Middle School Students

15:20 ~ 15:40

Oleksandr Yu. Burov, Center for Talent Development, Ukraine


Title: Young scientist: from hidden abilities to successive researcher

Oral Session I-2 (14:00~ 15:40)


the Classroom (1-09) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ
Chair: Usanee Anuruthwong, Center for the Gifted/Talented, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand
14:00 ~ 14:20

Usanee Anuruthwong, Center for the Gifted/Talented, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand


Title: Psycho-emotion: An Essential Aspect in Identifying the Gifted/Talented

14:20~ 14:40

Huda Soud Al Hindal, Arabian Gulf University (AGU) Bahrain , Bahrain


Title: Characteristic of Visual-Spatial Gifted Students

14:40 ~ 15:00

Cuiping Tu, Department of Psychology, Tsinghua University, China


Title: Application of multiple assessment in the selection of gifted and talented students

15:00 ~ 15:20

Chia-Yi Lin, Division of Research and Development, National Cheng Kung University, Chinese Taipei
Title: Predicting Math Creative Problem Solving Attribute Pattern From the Dynamic System Model of Creative Problem Solving Ability

15:20 ~ 15:40

Andrew Almazn Anaya, Department of Research and Psychology, Talent Attention Center (CEDAT), Graduate School of Education, The Institute of
Technology and Higher Studies of Monterrey (ITESM), Mexico
Title: In search of the gifted child profile, results of the XXI centurys largest research on giftedness

Oral Session I-3 (14:00~ 15:40)


the Classroom (1-12) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ
Chair: Sujin Suwanna, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand

14:00 ~ 14:20

Sujin Suwanna, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand


Title: Lessons from Using Games and Activities to Train Thai Primary-School Teachers in the Science-Math Talent Development Program

14:20~ 14:40

Radmila Harding, Ruyton Girls School, Australia


Title: Designing Dynamic Differentiated Tasks for Gifted and Talented Students in Mainstream Classrooms

14:40 ~ 15:00

Josef Trna, Faculty of Education, Masaryk University, Czech Republic


Title: Systemic Teacher Education for Gifted Students in Science and Technology

15:00 ~ 15:20

Sook Hee Park, Department of Liberal Arts & Education, Hyupsung University, Korea

15:20 ~ 15:40

Title: An Analysis on In-Service and Pre-Service Teachers' Creative Self-Efficacy & Self-Assessment of Creativity
Hyesung Park, Graduate School of Education, University of Soongsil, South Korea
Title: The Effect of Creative Experience Program Using Museum and Art Gallery on Childs Creativity

15:40 ~ 16:00

Tea Break

the lobby of the High School Building of RDFZ

Symposium II (16:00~ 17:30)


the lecture theatre (1-01) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ
Title: Spiral Dynamics, a thought frame for effective interaction between gifted students and their environment
Chair: Ms. Anita Wuestman, ECHA Specialist in Gifted Education, Founder of SquibS, Gifted Youth Peer Community, The Netherlands
16:00 ~ 16:25

Erick Wuestman, AVS, Spiral Dynamics, VAXA, Space 2 Grow, The Netherlands
Title: Spiral Dynamics, a thought frame for development within societies and individuals.

16:25 ~ 16:50

Anita Wuestman, ECHA Specialist in Gifted Education, Founder of SquibS, Gifted Youth Peer Community, The Netherlands
Title: Spiral Dynamics, a thought frame to explain the mismatch between emotional development and social environment in gifted pupils

16:50 ~ 17:15

Femke Janssen et al., Student at het Assink Lyceum, Haaksbergen, The Netherlands
Title: TALK WITH US: Dutch Youth presentation; How to reach autonomy and authenticity in order to solve the future worlds complex problems

17:15 ~ 17:30

Discussion

Oral Session II-1 (16:00 ~ 17:40)


Chair: Oleksandr Yu. Burov, Center for Talent Development, Ukraine

the Classroom (1-03) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ

16:00 ~ 16:20

Oleksandr Yu. Burov, Center for Talent Development, Ukraine


Title: To help a gifted child to turn into succesfull adult: achievements vs. hidden potential

16:20 ~ 16:40

Ugur Sak, Faculty of Education, Anadolu University, Turkey


Title: Measurement of Scientific Creativity: Creative Scientific Abilit

16:40 ~ 17:00

Aurelia Escoto-Kemp, Special Education Unit, Ministry of Education, Negara Brunei Darussalam
Title: The Use of the WISC-IV in the Identification of Gifted Students in Brunei Darussalam

17:00 ~ 17:20

Karen Hoi Lam Cheng, The Hong Kong Academy for Gifted Education, Hong Kong, China
Title: The developmental change of self-concept in gifted students in Hong Kong

17:20 ~ 17:40

Xiuling Teng, Singapore Chinese Girls School, Singapore

Title: The use of authentic learning to promote students higher order thinking in their understanding of quadratic graphs
Oral Session II-2 (16:00 ~ 17:40)
the Classroom (1-09) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ
Chair: Lo Chuk Ching, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
16:00 ~ 16:20

Lo Chuk Ching, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Title: Strategies for Study and Motivation to Achieve used by University Students with Specific Learning Difficulties : Three exploratory case studies in Hong
Kong

16:20 ~ 16:40

Ke- Lee Ee Kian, Student Development Unit, Hwa Chong Institution, Singapore
Title: Positive Education @ HCI

16:40 ~ 17:00

Jasmine C.H. Yeung, Principal, HKMLC Queen Maud Secondary School, Hong Kong, China
Title: Implementation of gifted education programme to facilitate the socio-emotional development of gifted children in HKMLC Queen Maud Secondary
School (Hong Kong)

17:00 ~ 17:20

Ramos Maria Eloisa, Office of Education Research, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Title: Creative experiences in a specialised arts school

17:20 ~ 17:40

Ian Warwick, London G&T Berwick Street London and University of Warwick, U.K.
Title: The Art of Writing - A Worldwide Online Resource

Oral Session II-3 (16:00 ~ 17:20)


the Classroom (1-12) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ
Chair: Seokhee Cho, Department of Administrative and Instructional Leadership, St. Johns University, U.S.A.
16:00 ~ 16:20

Seokhee Cho, Department of Administrative and Instructional Leadership, St. Johns University, U.S.A.
Title: The influential factors of math achievement in mathematically promising English language learners

16:20 ~ 16:40

Vivian Wu, ARISTLE Gifted Institute, Hong Kong, China


Title: The Importance of Mentors for Gifted Students: Some Case Studies of Gifted Individuals

16:40 ~ 17:00

Kam Ming Yu, Wofoo Joseph Lee Primary School, Hong Kong, China
Title: Supporting Primary School Gifted Students to Develop Experiential and Contextual Intelligence: The use of Parallel Curriculum Model in a Pull-out
Programme

17:00 ~ 17:20

Vivian Wu, ARISTLE Gifted Institute, Hong Kong, China


Title: Symposium- A Universal Mind among Gifted students: Valuable Cases Sharing by Gifted Personnel

Oral Session II-4 (16:00 ~ 17:20)


the Classroom (1-13) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ
Chair: Anna N. N. Hui, Department of Applied Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
16:00 ~ 16:20

Anna N. N. Hui, Department of Applied Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
Title: Parenting style, social axiom of parents, and creativity in gifted children

16:20 ~ 16:40

Sun Ill Choi, Department of Education, Konkuk University, Seoul, Korea


Title: Developing Reading Comprehensive Strategy Program for Underachieving Gifted Students

16:40 ~ 17:00

Krystal Ong, Department of Humanities, Methodist Girls School, Singapore


Title: Engaging the High-ability Learners: Geography through Enquiry

17:00 ~ 17:20

Jana Skrabankova, Faculty of Education, University of Ostrava, Czech republic


Title: Researching Students Gifted in Science Using the Method of Eye Tracking

17:40 ~ 19:00

Dinner

19:00 ~ 19:05

Gather before the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ, and then go back to the Beijing Friendship Hotel together

17:30 ~ 19:30

(ONLY for Executive Members) Proposal Presentations for Hosting the APFG 2016 & 2018
No. 2 meeting room on the second floor of Friendship Palace in Beijing Friendship Hotel

August 6, 2014 (Wed.)


07:45 ~ 07:50

the restaurant on the third floor of the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ

Venue: the High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China (RDFZ) / Beijing No. 8 High School

Gather at the parking lot behind Building 1 of Beijing Friendship Hotel, and then go to RDFZ together

Oral Session III-1 (08:20 ~ 10:00)


Chair: Jing He, Beijing No. 8 High School, China

the Classroom (1-09) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ

08:20 ~ 08:40

Shuai Han, Beijing No. 8 High School, China


Title: Teaching Practice and Advice on How to Employ English Literature to Develop Creativity of Talented Children

08:40 ~ 09:00

Li Weng, Beijing No.8 middle school, China


Title: The influence of parent-children relationship of gifted children's creative thinking

09:00 ~ 09:20

Jing He, Beijing No. 8 High School, China


Title: The influence of School Environment to the Development of Students Creative Potentials

09:20 ~ 09:40

Yanhui Song, Beijing Yucai School, The Center of Innovation in Beijing Yucai School, Beijing, China
Title: Training Creative Thinking of Talented Children in Maths

09:40 ~ 10:00

Danqin Feng, Tiang Hing School Xishan District, Wuxi,Jangsu, China


Title: How to develop students creativity based on science interest groups

Oral Session III-2 (08:20 ~ 10:00)


Chair: Yuen Kah Wai, Methodist Girls School, Singapore

the lecture theatre (1-01) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ

08:20 ~ 08:40

Yuen Kah Wai, Methodist Girls School, Singapore


Title: Ever Future-Ready: Thinking Through Design Thinking

08:40 ~ 09:00

Zahira Mohamed Sedik, Gifted Education Programme, St. Hildas Primary School, Singapore
Title: Enriching learning of gifted students through overseas collaboration, leveraging on ICT

09:00 ~ 09:20

Kam Ming Yu, Curriculum Consultant, HKMLC Queen Maud Secondary School, Hong Kong, China
Title: Initiating a corporate study and entrepreneurshipprogramme for gifted students: school-based experience of a secondary school in Hong Kong

09:20 ~ 09:40

Jeongmee Park, Sejong Global High School, South Korea

Title: An Effect of Convergent Instruction Model on Creative personality and Career Key Competencies of High School Students
09:40 ~ 10:00

Sooyeon Kim, Seoul Myongwon Elementary School, South Korea


Title: An Effect of Convergent Instruction Model on Creative personality and Career Key Competencies of Elementary School Students

Oral Session III-3 (08:20 ~ 10:00)


the Classroom (1-03) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ
Chair: Ting-pong Yeung, Hong Kong Gifted Education Teachers Association, Hong Kong, China
08:20 ~ 08:40

Ting-pong Yeung, Hong Kong Gifted Education Teachers Association, Hong Kong, China
Title: The Current Development of Social Awareness and Teacher Training on Gifted Education and the Way Forward

08:40 ~ 09:00

Aurelia Escoto-Kemp, Special Education Unit, Ministry of Education, Negara Brunei Darussalam
Title: The Benefits of Participating in International Gifted Programmes: Reflections of Gifted Students Selected to Represent Brunei Darussalam

09:00 ~ 09:20

Ian Warwick, London G&T, Berwick Street London and Warwick University, U.K.
Title: An Evaluation of Global Gifted Programmes

09:20 ~ 09:40

Wenjun Huang, The High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China (RDFZ), China
Title: Take experiment as the platform and exploration as the means, discover and cultivate the creativity of gifted children

Oral Session III-4 (08:20 ~ 10:00)


the Classroom (1-12) on the First Floor of the High School Building of RDFZ
Chair: Andrew Almazan Anaya, Department of Research and Psychology, Talent Attention Center (CEDAT), Mexico
08:20 ~ 08:40

Andrew Almazan Anaya, Department of Research and Psychology, Talent Attention Center (CEDAT), Graduate School of Education, The Institute of
Technology and Higher Studies of Monterrey (ITESM), Mexico
Title: The Intellectual Enhancement Program, advancement in gifted children special education; effects on academic and intellectual performance

08:40 ~ 09:00

Xinyi Zhang, The High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China, China
Title: Beneficial Efforts for the Gifted Students in Grade 9 in Electromagnetic Course in China Advanced Placement Program

09:00 ~ 09:20

Yi Liu, Beijing Yucai School, The Center of Innovation in Beijing Yucai School, Beijing, China
Title: Optimized Structure of Innovative Classroom Teaching -Thoughts and Practice in Experimental Class by Chinese Academy of Beijing Yucai School

09:20 ~ 09:40

Yanqing Zhang, Beijing No. 8 High School, China


Title: Cultivating Students Scientific Inquiry Ability in the Maths Teaching

09:40 ~ 10:00

Jinjian Qiao, Beijing No. 8 High School, China


Title: The Exploiture and Application of Extra-curricular English Writing Teaching Resources for Gifted Children

10:00 ~ 10:20

Tea Break

the restaurant on the second and third floor of the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ

Closing Ceremony (10:20 ~ 11:30)

the Meeting Room on the Fourth Floor of the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ

Chair: Prof. Kyungbin Park, President of APFG, 2012-2014; Dept. of Early Childhood Education, Gachon University, South Korea
1. A brief summary on the 13th APF Conference on Giftedness
2. introduction of the new President and new Executive Committee Members (2014-2016)
3. introduction of the venue of 14th conference

4. host presentation for the 14th Conference of APFG in 2016


11:30 ~ 12:30

Lunch

the restaurant on the third floor of the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ

12:30 ~ 12:35

Gather before the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ, and then go back to the Beijing Friendship Hotel together

15:00 ~ 17:00

(13:00 ~ 13:05: Gather before the Comprehensive Building of RDFZ, and then go to Beijing No. 8 High School)
Workshop II (Only in Chinese): How to Write Scientific Paper?
Lecture: Prof. Jiannong Shi, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Beijing No. 8 High School