Webinars

Monthly Webinar Series

Each month WAETAG offers a free webinar on popular topics requested by our members.
Members can access all previous webinars (and clock hours) in WAETAG On-Demand.

February Webinar Theme: Empower Your Teaching with AI

Elevate, Personalize, Thrive - Empower Your Teaching with AI

Elevate, Personalize, Thrive – Empower your teaching with AI!

Supercharge your teaching prowess and unlock the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to reclaim your time and create an unparalleled learning experience. Discover innovative tools that automate administrative tasks, leaving you with more time for personalized instruction. Explore how AI tools can be harnessed to effortlessly differentiate and scaffold, provide personalized feedback, and create lessons and discussions that adapt in real-time. Find out ways to instantly make lessons more relevant to gifted learners, and also more resistant to the use of AI by the students themselves. Investigate tools for creating realistic accommodations and executive function support for your 2e learners. Whatever your teaching challenges may be, there’s likely an AI tool to help. If you’re ready to revolutionize your teaching journey, secure your spot by registering today for Elevate, Personalize, Thrive – Empower your teaching with AI!

Date: February 22, 2024
Time: 4:00-5:30 pm PST
Cost: Free
Location: Virtual

Wendy Clark

Guest Speakers: Cameron McCulloch & Wendy Clark

Wendy has been a classroom teacher for nearly 30 years, in the general classroom setting and in the area of Talented and Gifted. She currently works as the K-12 Highly Capable Coordinator and Teacher for West Valley School District #208. She is a Past President and the current Conference and Clock Hour Chair for WAETAG, where she has served on the executive board since 2014. In addition to her Master’s Degree and National Board Certification, she earned a Specialty Endorsement in Gifted Education through Whitworth University. She later had
the honor of working as adjunct faculty member for Whitworth’s Center for Gifted Education. Wendy has experienced first-hand many of the same challenges for this often overlooked population of students; as an identified student in elementary school, parent to two very differently gifted children, and teacher to so many. These connections fuel her desire to bring appropriate awareness and instruction to students across our state
as an advocate for the best education for every student.

Upcoming Webinars

Date

January 25, 2024

February 22, 2024

Title

Scattered, Smothered, & Covered: Building Gifted Professional Learning Communities That Can Weather Any Storm 

Elevate, Personalize, Thrive – Empower Your Teaching with AI

Speaker

Brian Housand, Ph.D.

Cameron McCulloch & Wendy Clark

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