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NAGC Live Learning
Center topic this month:
Underachievement


This month we highlight four FREE sessions on the Live Learning Center that discuss underachievement. We often here "How do I keep my child challenged?" The resources on the NAGC website address this topic. First, there are articles with tips to think ahead proactively. You will also learn why children can become disenchanted with school. NAGC’s publication “Connecting for High Potential” also addresses underachievement from both parent and teacher perspectives.

 
UPCOMING CONFERENCE DETAILS

  59th Annual Convention & Expo
  Nov. 15-18, 2012
  Denver, Colorado


Exceptional digital media:

Connecting for High Potential: How Parents, Teachers and School Counselors Can Work Collaboratively to Reverse Underachievement for Gifted Students
Speakers: Del Siegle; Sylvia Rimm and D.Betsy McCoach

Nothing is more distressing or perplexing to parents and educators when students with tremendous ability and talent are disengaged from school or achieving below their potential…


School-related Anxiety of Gifted Students
Speaker: Sal Mendaglio

In addition to experiencing types of school-related anxiety (such as test anxiety), common to all students, gifted students may experience forms of anxiety associated with giftedness itself…
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