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Checking out "Empowering Gifted Learners Through Self-Advocacy" on Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted Events: https://www.cysalesteam.com/seng/event/empowering-gifted-learners-through-self-advocacy
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Empowering Gifted Learners Through Self-AdvocacyRegister NowOctober 19th, 2017 5:30pm - 7:00pm (MDT)15084558001508461200Cost: $40.00(No Description)

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Many gifted students wait patiently (or often, impatiently) for their needs to be met while the adults in charge of their education struggle with an unending parade of educational initiatives, funding issues, and changes in curriculum, instruction, and assessment. But our gifted learners don’t have to wait for us to change the system. They can take the lead in crafting their own unique paths through school when we provide the necessary information, insights, and tools. Through self-advocacy they will find more of what they want and need: meaningful schoolwork, exploration of interests, time with peers, and personalized accommodations. This session presents essential guidelines for parents and educators who wish to empower their gifted students’ through self-advocacy.
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