Registration is now open up for the 2021 Berta Seminar, an once-a-year event checking out the social and emotional demands of gifted little ones.
Observed educator Dr. Kristina Collins will existing “Social-emotional and Responsive Steering: Parenting, Educating, and Counseling Gifted Learners.” In this interactive seminar, the Dr. Collins will deal with social, emotional, and cultural contexts of academic improvement and own advancement of gifted students. With a shared comprehending that equitable methods guide to equalized options, participants will master how about responsive parenting, educating, and counseling that foster and leverage students’ individual objectives, values, desire, and readiness all over school and youthful adulthood.
The seminar will take location on Oct 18, 2021 at the Knicely Meeting Heart located at 2355 Nashville Road, Bowling Inexperienced, Kentucky. It operates from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. CT. EILA credit score is obtainable. Thanks to a generous gift from Kathleen and Vince Berta, this function is free of charge to show up at and open up to the general public.
To register, pay a visit to wku.edu/gifted/educators/berta.
Dr. Collins has 30 yrs of educating and leadership expertise in several instructional settings, PK-20. Her instructional background consists of a Ph.D. in educational psychology at The College of Georgia where by she also attained an Ed.S. degree, specializing in gifted and innovative instruction (GCE) with an include-on certificate in instructional administration and coverage leadership a M.S.Ed. diploma in mathematics from Jacksonville State University with an add-on certification in engineering training from the Georgia Point out College (formerly Georgia Piedmont Technical Institute) a B.S. diploma in Engineering from The College of Alabama and a army diploma in cryptology and electronic surveillance by the United States Navy.
Founded by The Middle for Gifted Reports in 2004 many thanks to a generous donation from Kathleen and Vince Berta, the Berta Seminars provide in nationally and internationally recognised experts to give classes to moms and dads of gifted small children and experienced finding out to educators and other intrigued events to find out how to much better deal with the social and emotional requires of gifted youthful persons in and out of the classroom. The Berta Seminars was proven to help satisfy their requirements.
For far more information on the Berta Seminars or The Center for Gifted Reports, pay a visit to wku.edu/gifted.
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