KAGE Fall Workshop 2018

KAGE Fall Workshop 2018

Monday, September 24, 2018

Social Emotional Learning of the Gifted 101:  

Everything you need to know to help gifted kids develop into well-adjusted and caring adults

with Steven Pfeiffer, Ph.D.

• KAGE Fall Workshop 2018 (see below)  

• KAGE Parent Night 2018 (click HERE)

• Issues for Leaders in Gifted Education (see below) 

ALL EVENTS WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE HILTON DOWNTOWN LEXINGTON.

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KAGE FALL WORKSHOP 2018, Monday, September 24, 2018

ABOUT THE PROGRAM Social-Emotional Learning 101: Everything you need to know to help gifted kids develop into well-adjusted and caring adults

Recognizing the importance of social-emotional considerations in the lives of successful gifted and talented children and youth is crucial.  Dr. Pfeiffer will discuss the concept of “strengths of the heart,” how character strengths and virtues, emotional intelligence, and social skills can make a real difference in the well-being and psychological health of gifted children. The workshop will include discussions on the neuroscience of well-being and social-emotional skill development applicable to the classroom, including activities and skills which can be used to develop/enhance soft skills. There will be opportunity for audience interaction and Q&A on social-emotional learning and networking with colleagues from across Kentucky.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Steven Pfeiffer, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and Professor at Florida State University. Previously he was a Professor at Duke University, where he was Executive Director of Duke’s Talent Identification Program (TIP). Trained as a clinician, Dr. Pfeiffer is an internationally-recognized expert on the mental health and well-being of the gifted. He is the lead author of the Gifted Rating Scales, a widely used measure to help identify gifted students. Dr. Pfeiffer is the author of over 200 books, book chapters and articles, including Editor-in-Chief of the APA Handbook of Giftedness (2017). He has testified at the White House and before the Italian Parliament on the unmet social-emotional and educational needs of high ability students. Read more about Dr. Pfeiffer at: https://steven-pfeiffer-psychology.com.

Monday, September 24, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (EDT)

Registration for KAGE Fall workshop only: $140 KAGE members / $170 non-members, includes continental breakfast, and lunch.

ALL EVENTS WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE HILTON DOWNTOWN LEXINGTON. The KAGE Conference rate is $129 plus tax. This rate is good for September 23 and/or September 24. Use this link to reserve a room and get the KAGE rate: https://www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/L/LEXDTHF-KYGIFT-20180922/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG If you are not able to get a room at KAGE Conference rate please contact the KAGE office at kage@wku.edu or 270.745.4301. 

PARKING at the Hilton Downtown Lexington is free if you are staying at the hotel. Otherwise it is $5/day with a sticker you will get at the KAGE registration desk. 

EILA and Conference Credit are available for the KAGE Fall Workshop 

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KAGE PARENT NIGHT  –  Monday, September 24, 2018  – 7:00-8:00 p.m. (EST)

Working with the School to Meet the Needs of Your Gifted Child, presented by Mary Evans, Ed.D.

KAGE Parent Night will take place at the Hilton Downtown Lexington, 369 West Vine St. Lexington. 

QUESTIONS? CONTACT KAGE AT KAGE@WKU.EDU OR 270.745.4301.

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ISSUES FOR LEADERS IN GIFTED EDUCATION (half-day workshop)

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 – 8:30-11:30 am (EST)

Learn – Understand – Interpret – Network

Issues for Leaders in Gifted Education provides an opportunity for current educational initiatives to be presented for interpretation of impact on district policy regarding identification and services for gifted and talented learners. Through question and answer and small group work, participants connect content to their own roles in the schools and districts. There is time for both individual reflection and peer interaction, and collegial networking among participants from throughout the state.

Registration for Issues if also attending Fall Workshop on Monday $30: if only attending Issues: $50, includes continental breakfast.

Issues for Leaders in Gifted Education will take place at the Hilton Downtown Lexington, 369 West Vine St. Lexington. 


GENERAL INFORMATION

Confirmations are emailed to all registrants for all workshops. If you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact the KAGE office before you come to the workshop.

ALL EVENTS WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE HILTON DOWNTOWN LEXINGTON. The KAGE Conference rate is $129 plus tax. This rate is good for September 23 and/or September 24. Use this link to reserve a room and get the KAGE rate: https://www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/L/LEXDTHF-KYGIFT-20180922/index.jhtml?WT.mc_id=POG If you are not able to get a room at KAGE Conference rate please contact the KAGE office at kage@wku.edu or 270.745.4301. 

PARKING at the Hilton Downtown Lexington is free if you are staying at the hotel. Otherwise it is $5/day with a sticker you will get at the KAGE registration desk. 

CONTACT KAGE IF YOU HAVE ANY DIETARY OR OTHER CONCERNS.

QUESTIONS? CONTACT KAGE AT KAGE@WKU.EDU OR 270.745.4301.

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last updated 09/13/2018