Wednesday, March 28th, 2018, 7PM ET
Educational meetings where high-stakes decisions are made about the academic and social emotional programming a child will receive, are often emotional, conflictive, and exhausting. Powerful, provocative teaming can bring changes that will benefit all 2e students. Imagine a collaborative, congenial, insightful IEP, 504, a conference, or any strategy meeting for a 2e student; this meeting will bring together the skill sets of teaching, psychology, counseling, and content knowledge from education professionals, and the skill sets of experienced, loving, knowledgeable, concerned parents who desire a rich learning environment for their child; the child has a voice, too. The “whole” team is there to support the “whole” child. Participants will be able to implement these strategies in their own school communities.
Presenter Bio: Linda E. Collins, M.Ed.
Linda E. Collins, M.Ed., a gifted education teacher at Park Hill School District in Kansas City, MO, specializes in working with 2e students, presents nationally, and enjoys researching and writing about gifted students. In 2009, Linda was semi-finalist for Region 3, Kansas Teacher of the Year; was Master Teacher of the Year for Blue Valley School District in 2004; was named a 2013 Sunflower Ambassador for the Blue Valley School District; and is a member of the Editorial board for SENG. Currently, Linda is writing her dissertation at University of Kansas, and she enjoys spending time with her delightfully diverse family.
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