Below please find a collection of handouts and presentation materials from information sessions Miss Kelly has presented in the past. Enjoy!
FLAG 2015: Progress Monitoring Tools for the FL Frameworks – This is a PDF version of our presentation from FLAG (2015).
FLAG 2014: Creative Production: The what, why, and how of using creativity to produce & use information, solve problems, and self-reflect.
The PowerPoint from Miss Kelly’s presentation for the 2014 FLAG conference.
~~~ Handout Packets: Creative Production Handout Packet and T.F.C. Packet! (Something special just for you! A little “thank you” for coming to find me, asking great questions, being enthusiastic, and for serving Gifted Learners!)
Critical Thinking: InService for Teachers –
A Power Point presentation from a teacher in-service to help regular classroom teachers support critical thinking.
Miss Kelly’s Open House Prezi –
A Prezi presentation for Open House night! Not that our content is identical, but maybe it’s something to start with and then modify to suit your needs.
Stress In-service –
A teacher in-service about how stress affects the brain. A follow-up to a Brain Based Learning training.
Top Five Tips for Using the Internet to Connect with Practitioners in the Field
Connecting Gifted learners with practitioners in the field is a valuable learning experiences. This document is a handout from a cluster meeting in April, 2007.
Parent Information Session: “Parenting Gifted Children: Gifted 101”
This Power Point was used while facilitating a parent information session. Content taken without permission from handouts of a session given by Patricia Gatto-Walden, Ph.D. and M. Denise Bishop, NCSP. Suggestions for handouts to use are provided.
Parent Information Session: “Perfectionism & Introversion”
– coming soon – needs to be tweaked in order not to violate copyright! 🙂
Parent Information Session: “Supporting Highly-Able and Gifted Readers at Home”
Another parent information session for parents of highly-able and gifted readers, not just identified gifted learners.
Handouts: Resources for Parents of Gifted Readers, Challenging Gifted Readers, Gifted Readers’ Bill of Rights, Booklist from Dr. Susannah Richards also provided, but is not permitted to be posted online.
Parent Information Session: “Gifted Girls”
A two-page handout of collected quotes (attributed where possible) on the topic of Gifted Girls. This product was part of a conversational session and should in no way be taken as an scholarly view of the expansive topic of Giftedness and Gender.