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Challenging Advanced Learners Academy
June 16-18, 2014
UW-Whitewater is pleased to announce the Challenging Advanced Learners Academy. This two-day standards-based intensive academy will focus on how to meet the needs of academically gifted and talented students, and how to develop the gifts and talents of diverse students, in the context of major education initiatives such as RtI, 21st Century Skills, assessment, and the Common Core Standards. Nationally-known speakers and state experts will provide keynote talks, breakout sessions, and informal interaction with participants.
The Academy is particularly appropriate for teachers, administrators, school psychologists/counselors and others interested in finding and developing PK-12 student gifts and talents. Presentations will be tied to the NAGC-CEC Teacher Preparation Standards in Gifted and Talented Education as well as to DPI teacher, administrator and pupil services standards.
The Challenging Advanced Learners Academy will be offered at cost thanks to a grant from the UW–Whitewater Education Outreach Grant Program. Optional course credit can be obtained for an additional fee.
- $230 - Commuter
- $290 Conference Fee plus lodging
- Complete the registration form provided on the back of this brochure and return to the address listed, OR register online: camps.uww.edu
- Students who are currently enrolled at UW-Whitewater for the Summer 2013 Session may register online using the WINS System.
- Students who are not currently enrolled at UW-Whitewater should contact the Office of Continuing Education at email@example.com or by calling 800-621-5376 for admission/registration instructions.
- For information on summer gifted course content: http://www.uww.edu/coe/edfound/gt/faq.html
Several highly experienced Wisconsin gifted education program coordinators will lead sessions that tie standards-based strategies to the real issues that confront educators every day as they try to support and challenge advanced learners. Topics include how gifted education fits into RtI, educator effectiveness and student assessment, how to use the Common Core Standards to challenge students, developing 21st Century skills, and a broad range of strategies related to identifying, teaching, nurturing and evaluating advanced learners.
2014 Schedule coming soon.
Details coming soon.
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