UAGC Virtual Winter Symposium
Featuring Dr. Dina Brulles
February 4, 2023
Session 1: 9:30 - 11:30 AM
Building and Supporting Inclusive Gifted Services
Inclusive gifted education and effective programming don't just happen. They require proactively and purposefully designing services to meet the learning needs of a diverse population of students, along with building administrative support for implementation and sustainability. Learn methods and approaches for integrating the needs of our diversely gifted learners into every aspect of school. Focusing on enfranchising and empowering all gifted learners. Dr. Brulles will share practical steps educators can take to build, support and maintain inclusive gifted practices and effective programs.
Session 2 12:30 - 2:30 PM
Grouping Strategies for Gifted Learners: The Teacher's Role
Grouping is a predominant method for serving gifted learners today. Creating balanced classrooms is critical to success in the model. However, placing students in together in classes is just the first step. What happens after students are placed determines the effectiveness of the model. Dr. Brulles will provide suggestions, tools, and methods gifted cluster teachers can use to guide gifted learners in the cluster classrooms. Participants will learn how to manage flexible learning groups in a mixed ability class, plan for different levels of learners, and communicate progress with parents.
Members: $40 per session
Non-members: $50 per session
If your district is paying for your registration, select INVOICE ME at checkout. Once registration is confirmed with your district, they will be billed directly by UAGC.
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