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See Me! Understand Me! Teach Me! Challenge Me! Seeking Out, Surfacing, and Nurturing Potential School Specific: Southridge | Sedalia | Acres Green | Pine Lane | Castle Rock Elementary Staff ONLY is a Course

See Me! Understand Me! Teach Me! Challenge Me! Seeking Out, Surfacing, and Nurturing Potential School Specific: Southridge | Sedalia | Acres Green | Pine Lane | Castle Rock Elementary Staff ONLY

Ended May 8, 2021

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Course Description

School Specific: Southridge | Sedalia | Acres Green | Pine Lane | Castle Rock Elementary Staff ONLY

  • Gifted children in poverty and from minority groups are 2.5 TIMES less likely to be identified for, and in, gifted and talented programs in schools. Recognizing, understanding, and being able to nurture the potential of learners from these backgrounds is critical in supporting all students in reaching their full potential.
  • Lead Learner (Facilitator): Michelle Oslick
  • Credit(s) and Type: 14 Hours Relicensure | English Language Development (ELD)

 

Target Audience

School Specific: Southridge | Sedalia | Acres Green | Pine Lane | Castle Rock Elementary Staff ONLY

  • Admin/Pro-Tech
  • Certified Staff
  • GT Facilitators
  • ELD Teachers
  • Open to Charter School Staff =  Not at this time

 

Date, Time & Location

  • Dates: 4.14.2021 | 5.5.2021
  • Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Google Meet link: please enroll for details

Course Outcomes

Here are the outcomes for the course:

  • Increase their professional understanding regarding the characteristics and needs of advanced/high potential gifted students from culturally and linguistically diverse and economically disadvantaged backgrounds
  • Be able to use the HOPE Scale as a tool to provide culturally responsive feedback as part of the identification process for gifted education
  • Collaborate to develop culturally responsive, sustainable data collection and programming practices to identify, plan and serve gifted students from disadvantaged backgrounds