Sabah Al-Ahmad Center for Giftedness and Creativity (SACGC) discussed with U.S. Purdue University delegation here on Monday ways of joint cooperation in the field of electronic giftedness and creativity. During its visit to SACGC, the U.S. delegation held talks with several educators of giftedness and creativity classes, discussed with mentors of science, mathematics, and English courses on what has been accomplished in the field of enrichment programs, and conducted a private training session on educational enrichment systems, Reyadh Al-Sharaf, Director of Joint Services at SACGC, said in a press statement. Also, the visit witnessed a busy schedule of activities that included intensified meetings, a training session on usage of iPad for educators of giftedness and creativity classes; how to download programs of various educational areas on it, and how to benefit from modern technologies in delivering the information to students, added Al-Sharaf. In addition, an agreement has been reached during the meetings on type of enrichment courses to be studied in the fourth and fifth grades, ways to deal with these courses, and ways of implementing these courses as Purdue University delegation listened to the educators' point of views on the subject, he noted. Moreover, Al-Sharaf indicated that a full plan has been laid by the end of the visit to implement programs of giftedness and creativity, adding that the plan also discusses ways to choose educators and students.