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  • Finding the time to get new G/T teachers trained can be challenging. This 30-hour package was created to get your new teachers started as quickly as possible! It’s five courses in one, taught by one of the leading minds in gifted education, and available online 24/7.
  • Presenter: Ashleigh Murphy &; Nancy Bryant, Katy ISD
    Core Area: Creativity & Instruction
    Grade Level: Elementary
    Hours: 1

    Are you ready to create an out-of-the-box literature program? Using children’s books in the classroom isn’t just a good way to increase vocabulary and teach literacy. There are other ideas that can be taught through literature too

    The course “Creation Stations: Engaging the Primary G/T Learner,” will teach you how to create a literature program that will help students engage in creative thinking, critical thinking, and communication skills. 

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  • This bundle contains five 6-hour courses by Lisa Van Gemert, each addressing a different core area and aspect giftedness.
  • Presenter: Dr. Joyce Juntune, Texas A&M University 
    Core Area: Nature & Needs
    Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary 
    Hours: 3

    Many different things affect the academic performance of students. One that is sometimes overlooked is poverty. Do you know the effects of poverty on your classroom? Poverty impacts a student’s intelligence and achievement. In this 3-hour course led by Dr. Joyce Juntune, a nationally renowned consultant, educators will learn about how to serve gifted students raised in poverty. Educators will walk away with knowledge about verbal gaps, complex language skills, and strategies for supporting students in poverty.

    Note: This course is part II in the series "Serving Gifted Students from Poverty". We highly recommend taking Part I "Closing the Achievement Gap for Students Raised in Poverty" first.

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  • Presenter: Dr. Debra Troxclair, Lamar University 
    Core Area: Nature & Needs 
    Grade Level: Elementary 
    Hours: 1

    This course is intended for parents of gifted children.

    Dr. Debbie Troxclair has been following perfectionism research for the past 40 years. Due to her close study of the subject, and her experience as a teacher, Dr. Troxclair presents a course that is rich in insight and resources. Perfection Revisited (for parents), will give your parents a plethora of information, including ALL of her resources, references, and publications referred to in this presentation.

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  • Presenter:Karen Zeske, Ph.D. 
    Core Area: Identification & Assessment 
    Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
    Hours: 1

    Receiving quality gifted instruction can help students grow and be challenged in many new ways. But the transition from a general education classroom to a gifted classroom can be difficult. If students don’t learn how to manage the new expectations of their teachers, it can become too much to handle. In this 1-hour course, “Uncovering and Retaining Gifted Students: Advocating for Historically Underserved Students,” Dr. Karen Zeske teaches educators how to retain their gifted students. Learn strategies to support gifted students and help them thrive.

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The Case for Creativity: Reversing the Decline of Creativity

The Case for Creativity: Reversing the Decline of Creativity What do a Disney animator, a traffic engineer, and a scientist all have in common with 21st century learners? Give up yet? Well, they all use creativity to solve problems and answer questions! While that may [...]

“At first I was hesitant about online training. Now, I can’t tell you how many teachers THANKED ME. I provided 260 hours of training to over 89 teachers and it only took me 15 minutes to set it all up. Plus the system makes accountability easy. Quality PD, a huge time saver, and happy teachers… you can’t get much better than that.”
Gina Peddy, GT Coordinator, Southlake Carroll ISD
Personally, I thought this type of training was great! I could watch it at my own pace, with allowed me time to go back & rewatch sections that I found valuable to me & my classes. This also allowed me time to take notes, I found myself going back & rewatching several individual sections to hear the info again. I was able to pause, so when my own children needed me I could stop, help get my children ready for bed & then resume in an hour or so. I really like that it’s a 1 hour course. It’s not too much to wrap your brain around. I truly hope these online courses will be available in the future!!
Sandra D., Keller ISD