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As students are transitioning back to school, here are several articles families may find helpful in supporting their child manage the intensities that may emerge in beginning the new year. Positive reframing, staying in the present, proactive strategies http://summitcenter.us/a-message-from-dr-dan-peters-how-to-manage-your-childs-back-to-school-worries/ Multiple articles to address numerous questions/concerns http://sengifted.org/a-collection-of-the-top-ten-parent-hints-for-starting-the-new-school-year-compiled-by-lori-comallie-caplan/ Talking to your child, proactive strategies https://www.exquisite-minds.com/idea-of-the-week/school-anxiety/
On February 15-16, 2018, the Elementary Campus staff was fortunate enough to be able to work with Dr. Lannie Kanevsky (http://www.sfu.ca/education/faculty-profiles/lkanevsky.html) on Differentiating Strategies for our gifted learners. Dr. Kanevsky’s work is largely based on the work of another researcher in the field of gifted education, Dr. June Maker (https://www.coe.arizona.edu/sites/coe/files/june_medium_vita_2016.pdf). Dr. Kanevsky presented a lot of research findings, strategies and tools [...]