What’s so different about raising a gifted child? When: March 8, 2014, 9:45 AM - 3:30 PM (registration opens at 9:00 AM) Where: Seattle Public Schools John Stanford Center for Educational Excellence 2445 3rd Avenue […]
Gifted Education Day is February 28, 2014. Join us in Olympia. ★ The Coalition has been active in Olympia for 30 years and for the most part we have been concerned […]
Calling all Washington State Gifted Families: Come make new friends while attending a conference designed JUST FOR YOU! The Northwest Gifted Child Association (NWGCA) is the oldest and largest Washington […]
Some news from the UW Robinson Center for Young Scholars: Our 3rd Annual Alumni Speaker Series is TODAY! Friday Oct. 25. Come hear a panel of former students share their experiences […]
Aud-Seq Characteristics Comparison (2) Parenting throughout the Lifespan-2column 2011 (1) Reading Readiness Ideas for VSLs (2) Teaching Mathematics to Non-Sequential Learners The Visual-Spatial Identifier (1) VSL An Introduction-4 (1) VSL-Quiz […]
Please join us Wednesday, September 25th at 7:00pm in the Terrace Park Commons for a dynamic and insightful presentation by: Austina De Bonte President of Northwest Gifted Child Association (NWGCA) […]
The Challenge Parents Association (CPA) is hosting showings of the movie “Race to Nowhere.” Race to Nowhere is a call to action for families, educators, and policy makers to challenge current assumptions on how to best prepare the youth of America to become healthy, bright, contributing and leading citizens. Raise your awareness about our children, who sometimes put themselves under so much pressure to be perfect.
Register for your FREE tickets online:
Friday, May 17 @ 7 PM http://www.racetonowhere.com/epostcard/6815
Saturday, May 18 @ 3 PM http://www.racetonowhere.com/epostcard/6817
Saturday, May 18 @ 7 PM http://www.racetonowhere.com/epostcard/6816
Sunday, May 5, at 1 pm, the Monthly Math Hour at University of Washington presents “How to Win Some Games You’ve Never Heard Of” by Prof. Martin Tompa of the Computer Science and Engineering department. FREE math lecture for grades 6-10 in Savery Hall 260.
No RSVP required.
Across the hall from the Math Hour, there will be a FREE Math Playground for students grades 1-4, presented by Prime Factor Math Circle. FYI, Prime Factor also hosts afterschool math circles for grades 3-9, and is starting a new summer camp program this summer.
SENG Webinar Event, May 16th – A Multidisciplinary Approach to Understanding and Managing Developmental Asynchronies in Young Highly Gifted Children
Date: May 16, 2013
Time: 4:30 p.m. Pacific [90 mins.]
Presenter: Stephanie Meyer, PhD
Children with superior intellectual capacities frequently manifest lagging skills in other areas of development. A variety of available intervention methods can help minimize the impact of developmental asynchronies on a child’s capacity to express his/her intellectual and creative gifts. This webinar features a panel comprised of a child psychologist, occupational therapist, speech pathologist, special educator, behavioral analyst, and developmental optometrist, all of whom will discuss empirically supported strategies, within their respective fields, designed to target areas of challenge commonly seen among highly gifted youth.