Jelani Memory, author of “A Kids Book About Racism” and founder of A Kids Book About publishing company, hosts a conversation about race and how to have conversations about difficult topics with kids.
This webinar will give parents of gifted children powerful, but practical tools to understand the harms of the “full potential” myth and practical tools to move towards a more healthy, hopeful, and happy path to set children up to excel.
In this webinar, we’ll learn why identifying, acknowledging, and nurturing your gifted child’s passions can be the key to guiding them toward not just super achievement, but a more fulfilling and rewarding life in their “element.”
What is advocacy? What goals do advocates for gifted education have? Who can advocate? What are important points to remember in order to enhance the effectiveness of advocacy?
Jessica Lahey—teacher, writer, speaker, and mother of two sons—offers advice to educators and parents that may come as surprises to some.
A healthy partnership between school and home doesn’t necessarily happen on its own. Like any true partnership, it requires clear communication, collaboration, cooperation, and trust.