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Tried and true strategies for you! The presenter will share concrete ideas for challenging your identified highly capable students in your classroom or in your virtual environment. Participants will also have the opportunity to share ideas in breakout rooms where conversations will be facilitated by experts. In addition, the presenter will share research- based on-line teaching modules, funded and supported by the Hi-Cap Plus Grant from OSPI, that focus on the essential elements of gifted education: classroom environment, adapting curriculum, assessment, inquiry-based instruction, and eliciting creative productivity.
DATE: September 24, 2020
TIME: 4:00 – 5:00 pm
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Dr. Brulles will provide an overview, discuss implementation, examine achievement data for both gifted and general education students, and demonstrate methods for supporting the cluster-grouping model. Participants of these trainings will learn how to implement and teach in the model, identify gifted students’ learning needs, group students for maximum achievement potential, and build staff and parental support.
This session examines the inner and outer lives of gifted students through the lens of Pearson’s (1986) archetypal framework outlined in The Hero Within and provides connections to superheroes presented in popular media. Each of the six archetypes is presented with both a task and a gift. Specific advice and strategies to help support gifted students is provided for each archetype.
Social emotional issues are one of the most requested topics we receive and understandably so. Who better to learn how to help those struggling with social emotional issues like perfectionism from than the Gifted Guru herself, Lisa Van Gemert? Lisa provides a realistic, practical, do-able guide to managing “never good enough” perfectionism.
This webinar will look at identification practices in two districts and look at culturally responsive ways to support students with programs and services.
This webinar will provide insight and resources for communicating with families more effectively through the lenses of coordinator, director, and teacher.
Join us in learning how to communicate and advocate effectively within your district with our guest speaker Dr. Gail Hanninen.
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Each month we will highlight a book meant to be an additional resource for those who’d like a deeper dive into the month’s topic.