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CGA Symposium — Saturday events

December 8, 2011

Saturday, Feb. 4

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. – Coppell Middle School East
(Doors open at 8:15a.  Come early to browse the exhibit booths.)
FREE to CGA Members (registration is highly recommended)
$50 at the door for Non-Members
1/2 and full day Student Enrichment activities for K-5 (registration is required)

Keynote by Kathleen Fischer:

“Red, Purple But Never Pastel:  The Nature and Needs of Gifted Kids”

Notice your child exhibits intensity, boredom, and is continually seeking equitableness? Ms. Fischer will help you gain insights on the social/emotional traits of giftedness; video clips offering common misconceptions; considerations of how social/emotional traits affect high ability kids; and strategies for working with kids to fulfill their personal needs along with their talents. Kathleen, a longtime resident of Dallas and mother of three, is a registered nurse with a master’s degree in education.  She worked in public education and public health settings; presented professional seminars; taught at the university level; and has written two books.  You can read more about Ms. Fischer at www.kathleenfischer.com
Your Choice of Breakout Sessions – Presented by industry and CISD experts
– Math Games: What you see is not what you get
– Putting the “Gift” back in giftedness
– Twice Exceptional: Is your Gifted child not performing up to his or her potential
– Increasing motivation in the underachieving student
– Going beyond the walls of the classroom…going global
– Powerful strategies to improve writing and critical thinking
– Tools of the Trade: Writing and illustrating as a parent/child duo
Speakers are FREE to CGA Members & $5 for lunch – $50 for Non-Members & $5 for lunch.
Student enrichment activities will be provided for students K-5. $25 ½ day; $40 full day. Space is limited.
Registration: recommended for sessions; required for student enrichment.

Click the Event/Symposium tab for more information or to register.

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