Together with the Denver Association for Gifted and Talented, Polaris is sponsoring a workshop with Nathan Levy.
Connections Between Critical Thinking, Writing, and Meeting the Social Emotional Needs of Gifted Children
This workshop will focus on how to help children be better thinkers and learners. There will be an emphasis on the importance of challenge, perseverance and hard work as social-emotional components for acquiring skills that help gifted children adapt to meet life’s expectations. Practical ideas and materials will be presented by author, consultant, and former President of New Jersey Association for Gifted Children, Nathan Levy.
Nathan Levy is an author of Stories with Holes, Whose Clues and Nathan Levy’s 100 Intriguing Questions. A gifted educator, Nathan worked directly with children, teachers, and parent in his 35 years as a teacher and principal. He has developed unique teaching strategies that encouraged the love of learning.
Membership information for Colorado Association of Gifted and Talented will be available.
$5.00 Donation Suggested
I’m very excited about this opportunity!
See you there!