Dr. Michele Farmer, assistant professor of education, and students from her Diverse Learners class were involved in judging K-6 entries for the Invention Convention at Rose Park Middle School on Dec. 4. The convention is held once every four years for Nashville Public School students who submitted an invention and are enrolled in the ENCORE program. The program is designed to extend academic learning, expand problem-solving skills and create opportunities for interpersonal communication for children who are intellectually gifted and academically talented. Finalists from each grade level were honored at the Invention Convention award ceremony.
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