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Tonya Shaw 37m
Judging at the National Speech and Debate Nationals this week. These are some amazingly talented kids and I would bet more than a few are GT! Definitely proving what happens if we nurture those communication skills!
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MacDonald's Class Jun 11
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Procesa Gomez Jun 11
It’s important to plan for opportunities to meet the individual needs of gifted students.
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Jeanette Etherington Jun 11
Harnessing the Power of Emotional Intensity in Gifted Students & finding my TruColors to help me better serve my students.
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Sheila Mulbry 17h
This is exactly what we talk about in Module #2 of our training Thanks for sharing
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Sonia Puri Jun 11
Gifted students needs can not be met by only individual learning (aka “go read a book in the corner” or “work on a research project by yourself”).
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Sonia Puri Jun 11
Goal of GT education-Welcoming intensity and helping to develop it into superpower
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Heather Lewis Jun 10
So excited about Lego WeDo 2.0 Robotics Class with amazing Dr. Jonas Greene! He makes the process fun and challenging! I can’t wait to use them with in the fall!
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Amanda Oelkers Jun 11
Social/Emotional needs of GT students, I want to work on number 5!
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Brittany Parker Jun 11
Reflecting on our learning of social and emotional needs of gifted children
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MacDonald's Class Jun 11
in summer professional learning "social and emotional needs of the gifted learner"
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Amanda Oelkers Jun 11
Loved learning about using Depth & Complexity to meet the needs of my GT students!
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Debbie Roby Jun 13
Can’t wait to see how you guys use the strategies! Thanks for coming today!!
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Dani Rush Jun 11
Hanging out with Judge Judy, Ben Franklin and Oprah. Blues rule. XOXOX- Ghandi
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Stephanie Clemens Jun 11
Learning a lot about the myths and emotional intensity of GT students
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Mrs. Laura Fackler Jun 11
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Debbie Roby Jun 11
Using depth and complexity thinking strategies to synthesize two pieces of text addressing the social emotional needs of our gifted learners.
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Debbie Roby Jun 13
Compelling reasons in support of cluster grouping ! Love that the minimum recommendation is a cluster of 4-6!!!!
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Sheila Mulbry Jun 10
30-hour training underway! Looking at Betts types!
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Sephali Ray Thakkar Jun 11
Super summary of Emotional Intensity in Gifted Students and how to best identify and support them in your care as a parent, teacher, caregiver.
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