San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
001656 Gifted and Underachieving – Strategies for the classroom 3 hours
Do you know of students who are bright or gifted but struggling to demonstrate what they know, to focus and pay attention, to produce written work to the quality you would expect from speaking with them? This program will examine the underlying reasons and useful strategies to support them. Time will be spent discussing strategies and developing ways to adjust for the student's strengths and weaknesses. It will also include a segment looking at ILP's and how to use SMART goals with students in order to progressively work toward the longer term goals set an the ILP.
COST: $80 per person
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS $65 for bookings prior to 5th November 2016
Date: Monday 5th December Time: 4:00pm- 7:00pm
Online Booking Essential Numbers limited-
PRESENTER: Helen Dudeney (M.Ed, Dip. Counc, COGE,) of The AUSTRALIAN GIFTED SUPPORT CENTRE is a consultant and teacher with expertise in working with gifted children and a special interest in the identification and needs of gifted underachievers including gifted visual spatial learners who are experiencing learning, social or behaviour problems. She has 11 years experience as a lecturer in undergraduate and post graduate courses about gifted education at ACU and Murdoch University. In addition to her 20 years experience in designing and presenting professional learning for classroom teachers from preschool to senior high school she is a regular presenter at State, National and International conferences.
REFUNDS: Please choose your event carefully as a full refund is not available. Cancellations made up to 7 days before the event receive a 50% refund, after that a refund is not available.
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Australian Gifted Support Centre
Australian Gifted Support Centre offers a wide range of services to gifted children, their parents or caregivers and their teachers.