KEDC/CKEC Gifted and Talented cadre meetings will include time for participants to discuss and learn about ways to efficiently and effectively manage their services for students. Topics will include current laws, state and federal policies and procedures, current research in gifted education, identifying, grouping and servicing gifted students, primary talent pool services, twice-exceptional student services, ways to work with school and community partners, using technology to enhance workflow, communication strategies, meeting the social and emotional needs of gifted students, working with classroom teachers in providing gifted services, and preparing students for post-school life and career.
KEDC/CKEC Gifted and Talented cadres may include: Panel Q and A sessions,open forum conversation time, presentations by KDE staff, presentations by experienced gifted educators and gifted education experts, lesson sharing, and book study.
KEDC/CKEC Gifted and talented cadre will allow the participants to spend time refining their role-specific work. Throughout the year participants will: consider ways to improve gifted identification procedures and services, discuss ways to leverage community and school partners, present their own problems of practice and work together to create solutions, review and discuss research, learn ways to apply technology as an efficiency tool, hear from state and national gifted experts, collaborate to create regional events for gifted students and most importantly learn from and with each other.
|Start Time||End Time||Location||Current Students||Max Students|
|February 21 2020 01:00 PM||February 21 2020 03:00 PM||KEDC -Ashland ||0||40|