How do social-emotional awareness and self-regulation impact effective goal-setting, motivation, and academic achievement in gifted learners? This session provides a successful approach to personalized goal-setting through a reflective focus on intrapersonal awareness, interpersonal skills, and application to the learning process. Handouts, helpful hints, and examples of practice are provided.
Are gifted students called to lead with little support for developing leadership strengths? Guide students to understand leadership through the creation and analysis of leader stories. Develop the art of reframing leadership potential while nurturing the skills and abilities needed by student leaders to meet problems and innovate solutions, in this session, recorded at giftED21.
In this session, recorded at giftED21, practitioners will examine what the research says about measuring socio-emotional and affective growth in gifted adolescents. Discussions about the potential for using these measures and how they might be utilized in different contexts will follow.
The issues that lead to gifted underachievement are complex and often misunderstood. Learn about the myths that persist about gifted socio-emotional needs, discover what the research says, and explore ways to help students build healthy self-concepts. Leave with concrete strategies for the classroom to guide students toward their full potential.
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