Is Your Child Gifted?
Tuesday, June 02, 2009
Does your child excel in certain areas of learning?
Do you wish you had more resources to challenge your child?
Are you looking to network with other parents of gifted children?
Join other parents and educators on Tuesday, June 10th for a presentation on gifted and high-ability students by Katie Augustyn, President of the Connecticut Association for the Gifted, a non- profit volunteer organization that supports the needs of gifted and talented students in Connecticut.
When: 7:30-9:00 pm, June 10
Where: North Stratfield School, All Purpose Room
RSVP: Analiese Paik at with number of attendees. Seating is limited.
Among the topics to be discussed are:
Characteristics of gifted children
Bright vs. Gifted: how we can tell and why it matters
Asynchronous development and why it is important to understand
What educators can do to help meet the needs of gifted and high ability students
Resources that are available to help parents and educators
How parents and children can connect with those of similar interests in our community and state
Awards, scholarships, grants, clubs, competitions and events you need to know about
The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session. Free materials, information, and resources will be available for distribution. CAG's Understanding and Challenging the Gifted: A Teacher's Handbook will be available for purchase for fifty cents.