Bright, Talented & Black (Home Study CE Course)

$55.00

Being gifted and talented but also African American makes children double minorities, and the issues they face can be different from those faced by most other gifted children.

Course fee does not include the book, which is available from Great Potential Press.

Description

Author(s): Joy L. Davis, EdD

Being gifted and talented but also African American makes children double minorities, and the issues they face can be different from those faced by most other gifted children. This book provides helpful insights and guidelines for the parenting and education of Black gifted children. In addition to the challenges that are frequently experienced by many gifted children, such as underachievement and idealism, Black gifted children often must also deal with issues like discrimination and low expectations of them. (About the book)

Upon completing this home study course, you will be able to:

  1. Empower & enlighten parents, families, educators & communities
  2. Improve understandings of the unique intellectual and socio-emotional challenges faced by African American Learners in today’s schools
  3. Introduce and enable discussion of the systemic issues surrounding underachievement of culturally diverse students
  4. Increase the rate of referrals and identification culturally diverse students to Gifted Education & Other Advanced Learner Programs

Course fee does not include the book, which is available from Great Potential Press.

CEs: 6
Accredited by: American Psychological Association
Exam details: 40 multiple choice questions

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