Supporting community is integral to the SENG Mission. The opportunity to learn from others in a SENG Model Parent Groups (SMPG), to share experiences via SENG Connect or to make new friends at Conference provides gifted individuals with a sense of acceptance and normalcy that they may not otherwise experience.
SENG offers educational programming through workshops, home-study courses, and webinars – SENGinars — designed specifically for adults, parents, educators and mental health professionals who are interested in learning more about the social and emotional needs of gifted individuals.
Earlybird registration is OPEN for SENG’s 34th Annual Conference August 3-August 6, 2017, Chicago, Marriott Naperville. Featuring world renowned speakers like Scott Barry Kaufman, Carol Anne Tomlinson, Dina Brulles, Jim Delisle, Jaime Castellano, Susan Daniels, Joanna Haase, Sharon Duncan, Nicole Tetreault and more. #SENG2017Chicago
Articles from the SENG Library
The Search for Shangri-La: Finding the Appropriate Educational Environment for Gifted and Twice-Exceptional Children, A Parents Guide
by Dr. Michael Postma They laughed, they cried, they clapped, sang, and danced in the aisles. Well, sort of. There certainly were some tears and a standing ovation. What, pray tell, am I talking about? The encore of an outstanding concert? The premiere of a...read more
by Julie F. Skolnick, M.A., J.D. Your child is amazing. Your child is disrespectful. Your child is bright. Your child cannot write. Your child has such empathy. Your child does not know how others feel. Your child will change the world. Your child does not know how...read more
Danger in a Can: Why Canned Social-Emotional Skill Programs in Schools Can Harm Gifted Students More Than Help Them
By Kathleen Casper Educators are aware that the drive for achievement and standardized test success in the school system often does not provide enough individualized opportunities for important social-emotional skill building, so a market for "canned" social emotional...read more