Gifted Alliance wants to help you edit, publish, and share your graduate-level work with the community. I've discovered there are so many wonderful case studies and so much information that could help so many families, professionals, and educators that are not getting to the public. Therefore, Gifted Alliance is collating these works for the Gifted Alliance membership and community.
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You (the author) maintains authorship and credit for your work. The Gifted Alliance website is your host. You can ask us to remove your work at any time. There are no refunds for author cancellations. The short and long summary cannot be published on any other site. Gifted Alliance reserves to the right to use and reference any work in future publications. Gifted Alliance reserves the right to change the Terms and Conditions at any time. Each author will receive a full terms and conditions before payment is taken.
Come and see me at the Fort Worth Convention Center for my Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented session
Choosing the "Right" School
Fort Worth Convention Center, Fort Worth, TX
Time: 30 November 2018
Date: Friday, 9:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m.
Room: 103 B
Utilize this workshop with a range of helpful tools to evaluate your needs, your child's needs, program availabilities, outline goals, present requests, talk about how to make contacts, and evaluate and follow-up. Find out if your current school is right for you, what options exist, and how to decide which school is right for your child and your family.
Bright Minds in the Big City
Speaker: Laura Paul
Thursday, November 9 @ 10.30am to midday
2/F Marina Suite, Aberdeen Marina Club
Member: Complimentary/Guest: $50
Join me for an interesting morning as we discuss complex and advanced learners in Hong Kong. These unique individuals often need extra consideration to make sure the environment is responsive, stimulating and supportive for learning and development. Discover the traits and characteristics of complex learners and how development can be affected throughout the school years. Using Maslow's Hierarchy as a base, we will explore self-actualization, esteem, belonging, safety and basic physiological needs in order to maximize individual growth at home and school.
About Laura: Believing that all children deserve the opportunity to learn, Laura Paul founded Gifted Alliance in 2013 to support families of high-ability children. In January 2018, Laura will join the SENG Board of Directors in addition to her current certification as a SENG Parent Workshop (SMPG) Facilitator. Laura gives regular talks on parenting high-ability children, consults with families and organizes professional workshops, casual coffee mornings, and Gifted Alliance Family Fun Days.
Contact Laura to speak at your next event by emailing her here.