Middle Grades

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Powerful Strategies to Enhance the Learning of Gifted Students in Middle Grades

Saturday, November 11
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Location: 205

This workshop helps teachers assist gifted middle school students in developing fluency in writing and thinking. Participants develop options for problem-solving and critical thinking and gain time-saving strategies for generating creative ideas. Writing and critical thinking activities that have been used successfully with gifted children are shared in this engaging, interactive presentation.

Nathan S. Levy

President
Nathan Levy Books, LLC

Nathan Levy, author of the “Stories With Holes” series, has over forty years experience as a teacher, principal, author, and educational consultant. Nathan has spoken extensively nationally and internationally to educators, parents and children on how to improve creativity, thinking and spontaneity in adults and children. Nathan is a Past President of New Jersey Association for Gifted Children and was the coordinator of Gifted Education and Supervisor of Elementary Education and School Principal for twenty seven years in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey. He has written fifty books that are used in gifted programs all over the world.

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