Differentiating Instruction for Gifted Learners in your Classroom

 

Easy Ways to Differentiate for the High Ability Learner in your Classroom:  Unsure if or how to challenge high ability learners in your regular classroom without a lot of stress or planning on your part? In this session, you will build your understanding of a high ability learners, take with you a treasure trove of practical ideas around core competencies, and receive further support throughout the year from SAGE- BC, the Specialist Association of Gifted Educators in BC.

 

Target Audience

K-12

Sessions

10:00 AM - 11:15 AM

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Presenter

  • Trish Summers

     

    Trish Summers is a Gifted Resource Teacher in the North Vancouver School District. She received her Diploma in Special Education, as well as a Masters in Special Education, both with a focus in High Ability, from UBC. She has worked with gifted students for more than 25 years in independent schools, as well as in the public system. She has coached many Destination Imagination teams to provincial championships, and has won a world championship in Tennessee. Trish is also a long-standing member of the Lower Mainland Gifted Contacts (LMGC) committee, and is currently the Vice-President of the Specialist Association of Gifted Educators of BC (SAGE-BC).  When she is not teaching, she enjoys spending time with her two teenagers, who are also gifted! 

     

     

  • Robyn Chambers

     

    Robyn is the Gifted Education Coordinator for School District #43, Coquitlam. She has a master’s degree in Educational Psychology from SFU, has worked as a teacher for 25 years and specifically in Gifted Education for 6 years.  She is a long-standing member of the Lower Mainland Gifted Contacts of BC (LMGC), and is the current Treasurer for the Specialist Association of Gifted Educators of BC (SAGE-BC).