A Workshop Series: Supporting the Social/Emotional Needs of Students Who Are 2E
This FREE event sponsored by the Utah State Board of Education features Maureen Neihart, Psy.D., a licensed child psychologist with more than thirty years’ experience working with gifted children and their families. This workshop series will be held on Thursdays, March 4, 11, 18, & 25 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. via Zoom and is open to parents and educators. Registrants may attend one or all of the sessions.
The topics for each session are:
Helping Twice Exceptional Children Achieve - What Works? (March 4)
Helping twice exceptional students realize their full potential is often a daunting task. In this session we will discuss strategies and supports that are effective for helping these children succeed.
Preventing and Reversing Underachievement (March 11)
Twice exceptional children struggle to achieve for many different reasons. In this session we will discuss common causes of underachievement, and practical strategies for preventing and reversing it.
Helping Twice Excetional Students Manage Stress and Anxiety (March 18)
Many twice exceptional children struggle with anxiety, stress and worry. What can parents do to help? Join us to learn 6 simple, practical strategies that empower these children to cope.
Enhancing Exceutive Functioning While Having Fun as a Family (March 25)
Twice exceptional children often have difficulties with executive functions. As a result, they are disorganized, have difficulty paying attention, give up on difficult tasks and struggle to finish assignments. Strengthening executive functions doesn’t have to be dry drill work. It can be fun and games! In this session, we will discuss ways parents can use games and play to strengthen executive functions while affirming family bonds.
$0.00 A Workshop Series: Supporting Social & Emotional Needs of Gifted Learners Who are 2E
$0.00 Supporting Social & Emotional Needs of Gifted Learners Who are 2E