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What We’ve Done This School Year

April — “The Search for Meaning” presented by Jim Webb PH.D, ABPP-CL. The topic was Webb’s latest book “Searching for Meaning: Idealism, Bright Minds, Disillusionment, and Hope”.

March — “Sanctuary for the Gifted Child”, session three: “Relationships and the Gifted Empathic Child” with Catherine Zakoian, MA, LPC.

March — “Friends for Life”, how gifted children make and keep friends and the difficulties associated, presented by Annette Sheely, MA.

January — “Sanctuary for the Gifted Child”, session two: “”The Gifted Child in the Contemporary World”” with Catherine Zakoian, MA, LPC.

December — “Sanctuary for the Gifted Child”, session one: “The Empathic Gifted Child” with Catherine Zakoian, MA, LPC.

November — “What Gifted Kids Want You To Know: Understanding Your Gifted Child From The Inside Out” presented by BVGT board member and nationally recognized, licensed psychologist Dr. Patty Gatto Walden.

October — “Resilient, Calm and Deeply Engaged: 27 Strategies to Promote Optimal Well-Being in Our Brilliant, Intense, and Asynchronous Kids” presented by P. Susan Jackson, MA, RCC. Also, the Second Annual BVGT Honored Educators Awards were presented prior to Susan Jackson’s talk.

Join Us For One Of Our Events This School Year – It’s Free! And Very Educational.

See what you missed – our events and speakers from the 2011-12 school year and from the 2012-13 school year.

BVGT has hosted many excellent events and speakers over the past four years, including Temple Grandin, Jim Delisle, Congressman Jared Polis, Linda Silverman and Jonathan Mooney.  See past speakers.


Boulder Valley Teachers Earn Credit By Attending BVGT Events

BVSD educators may receive CDE credit for attending BVGT events and presentations. Educators must register ahead of time in AVATAR and sign in at the event. All courses begin with TAG, followed by the course title (for example, “TAG-Surging Ahead or Falling Behind.”) Questions? Email the BVSD Office of Advanced Academic Services.