GHF Expert Series Parent Chat: Sept 10, 2021

Gifted Homeschoolers Forum (GHF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to “To empower every gifted family to make strategic, proactive, and intentional educational choices.” Please join me for a conversation!You are invited to a Zoom webinar. (Link leads to the event in the GHF Forum)When: September 10, 2021 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)Topic: Cultivating AwarenessContinue reading “GHF Expert Series Parent Chat: Sept 10, 2021”

Learning, Development, Multi-systems

Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity in Education (BGS) will always hold a special place in my heart, being their FIRST alumni in 2020. Being a part of an organization/system from the start is a different experience and journey than being part of an organization/system that is already established. People vary in their preferences andContinue reading “Learning, Development, Multi-systems”

Considering Curriculum: Finding What Works

Honored to participate in the recently concluded inaugural Gifted Homeschoolers Forum (GHF) conference which was held June 4 -6, 2021. It was such a pleasure to listen and interact with the different panelists involved in this moderated session led by Dr. Sarah Mendonca. GHF’s stated mission is to “empower every gifted family to make strategic,Continue reading “Considering Curriculum: Finding What Works”

#SENGFamChat

International SENG Facilitator Virtual Support Focus Group, May 26th 2021. Our first #SENGFamChat was a success! Facilitators across the US and globe (UK, S. Africa, Germany, Spain, France, Serbia, Italy, Netherlands, Croatia) participated, or stopped by to say hello during our 90min long focus group. Many areas of common need and support were voiced directContinue reading “#SENGFamChat”

Collaborative Nurturance of Gifted Outliers Through Strong Educator-Parent-Practitioner Relationships

Conversations with Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented May 18th, 2021 As research, clinical and practical knowledge of neurodiverse gifted children increases, what do we know about gifted outliers such as twice-exceptional and highly or profoundly gifted? How do we tie all these into a cohesive guiding framework to foster nuanced understanding and collaborative solutionsContinue reading “Collaborative Nurturance of Gifted Outliers Through Strong Educator-Parent-Practitioner Relationships”

Conversations with CAGT 5.18.21

Looking forward to the upcoming live Facebook session hosted by Mark Hess, President Elect of Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented, May 18, 2021. 5pm MDT/ 4pm PDT. Title: Collaborative Nurturance of Gifted Outliers Through Strong Educator-Parent-Practitioner Relationships. As research, clinical and practical knowledge of neurodiverse gifted children increases, what do we know about giftedContinue reading “Conversations with CAGT 5.18.21”