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Sunday, February 23


Serving the Whole Child: Academic, Social-Emotional, and Behavioral Considerations

Gifted Kids Don't Always Fit! We develop in three ways: emotionally, physically, and intellectually. Gifted kids often develop asynchronously and can experience social and emotional challenges, as a result. This talk will examine the three developmental areas and suggest how parents can help their children deal with the challenges.


Patricia Chiles

GATE Coordinator, Fullerton Elementary

Sunday February 23, 2020 8:00am - 8:45am
Smoketree AB


Friendship & The Gifted Child

Friendships can be difficult, no matter how old a person is, and for Gifted Children, who sometimes have trouble fitting in, it can be even harder. This presentation will help parents of Gifted Children understand the underlying reasons why their child might have challenges in developing and/or maintaining friendships, as well as offer concrete and hands-on suggestions for what to do to help their child.

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Kim Louie

GATE Program Coordinator, Rowland Unified School District
As a parent of GATE children, and as the Coordinator of the GATE Program for Rowland Unified School District, I have 20+ years of experience in education, spanning K-12, and working with English Learners and Gifted populations. I am a passionate advocate for ALL students having access... Read More →

Sunday February 23, 2020 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Mesquite C

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