Help Needed: 2014 MAGC Conference Fliers
- Do you want the teachers at your school to understand the needs of your gifted children better?
- Are you concerned about how the Common Core State Standards will affect differentiated instruction for gifted learners?
- Would some great, proven techniques for teaching gifted students be helpful to the educators at your school?
- Do you want to help people see through the eyes of a gifted child, twice-exceptional learner, or gifted adult?
If these are important to you and your children, please help get the word to parents and educators about the MAGC Fall Conference 2014: Excelling with the Common Core!
The full-size flier at 2014 FallConferenceFlier is perfect for hanging in the Teachers’ Lounge. Great principals and learning consultants are always willing to help with that! Hang it up at the library or bookstore. Stick a Post-it on it and put it in your child’s take-home folder for his teacher to read. They can use the SCECHs from the conference towards their required continuing education hours.
The quarter page leaflet at quarter pg Fall 2014 flier is great for having in your purse or pocket for when you run into other parents of gifted children. Chances are they are dealing with the same issues you are! Carpool to Lansing with a few of them and your favorite teachers for great discussions on partnering in your child’s education and to save gas money.
Advocacy for gifted learners begins with the parents! If you won’t speak up for your children, who will?
Thank you for reading Rochester SAGE. Together we can make a difference for gifted children!