GT Compliance for Administrators and Counselors

This series of six 1-hour courses meets the state’s training requirement for administrators, counselors, and educational leaders who have the authority to make service decisions for gifted students. The bundle includes training in the following areas: Nature and Needs of GT Students, Social & Emotional Needs of GT Students, and Service Options for GT Students.

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Key Benefits
for Administrators

State Requirements: Meets the state’s requirement for counselors and administrators
as per Texas HB3 (TX State Plan 5.8 and 5.9 TAC 89.2.4)
Instructional Days: Increases instructional days by keeping counselors and administrators on campus.
Save Time: Saves time by requiring little effort from administrators

Included in the GT Compliance for
Administrators and Counselors

This series of six 1-hour courses meets the state’s training requirement for administrators, counselors, and educational leaders who have the authority to make service decisions for gifted students. The bundle includes training in the following areas: Nature and Needs of GT Students, Social & Emotional Needs of GT Students, and Service Options for GT Students.

THE GT COMPLIANCE FOR ADMINISTRATORS AND COUNSELORS INCLUDES
6 HOURS OF TRAINING PER ADMINISTRATOR AND COUNSELOR

UNCOVERING AND RETAINING GIFTED STUDENTS - ADVOCATING FOR HISTORICALLY UNDERSERVED STUDENTS

Receiving quality gifted instruction can help students grow and be challenged in many new ways. However, the transition from a general education classroom to a gifted classroom can be difficult. If students don’t learn how to manage the new expectations of their teachers, it can become too much to handle. In this 1-hour course, “Uncovering and Retaining Gifted Students: Advocating for Historically Underserved Students,” Dr. Karen Zeske teaches educators how to retain their gifted students. Learn strategies to support gifted students and help them thrive.  |  TO LEARN MORE CLICK HERE

UNDERSTANDING THE NEUROLOGY AND OVEREXCITABILITIES OF THE GIFTED

Why do gifted children sometimes have sensitivities or tendencies that challenge teachers and parents? Overexcitabilities are common occurrences in GT children due to their hyper-efficient brains. There are specific skills and strategies to help identify and equip gifted children with overexcitabilities. | TO LEARN MORE CLICK HERE

INTELLIGENCE - WHAT IS IT AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT

Intelligence has become a taboo subject in some educational circles. Rather than avoiding the subject, hit the issue head-on by addressing some of the myths associated with the concept of intelligence, particularly in the classroom setting. © Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented, Austin, Texas 2020 | TO LEARN MORE CLICK HERE

THE NOT SO FAB FOUR​

Four conditions account for the majority of mental health issues experienced by young people. Explore how the issues of ADHD, mood disorders, depression, and conduct disorder impact schools, what these issues look like in gifted youth, and how to recognize and handle them. | TO LEARN MORE CLICK HERE

SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DIMENSIONS OF THE GIFTED AND THE IMPACT OF ASYNCHROMY

Social and emotional needs of gifted children is a hot topic right now, and for good reason. Our gifted students are more than just little (or big!) brains. They require nurturing and development of both their hearts and their minds. So what do we do when that social/emotional development doesn’t keep pace with the cognitive development? | TO LEARN MORE CLICK HERE

PROGRAM OPTIONS FOR GT-ADMINISTRATOR AND COUNSELING TRAINING

Developing program options for gifted students is a critical task for any administrator. Join Janet Newton, who served as a Gifted and Talented Specialist in Regions 8 and 13, and take a deep dive into program options for gifted students in Texas. In this 1-hour course participants will explore who gifted students are, the common service and program options available to gifted students, why those service and program options are important, and how to address program options on your campus or in your district. | TO LEARN MORE CLICK HERE

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Pricing | GT Compliance for
Administrators and Counselors

This series of six 1-hour courses meets the state’s training requirement for administrators, counselors, and educational leaders who have the authority to make service decisions for gifted students. The bundle includes training in the following areas: Nature and Needs of GT Students, Social & Emotional Needs of GT Students, and Service Options for GT Students.

THE GT COMPLIANCE FOR ADMINISTRATORS AND COUNSELORS BUNDLE INCLUDES
6 HOURS OF TRAINING PER COUNSELOR OR ADMINISTRATOR

1

COUNSELOR OR ADMINISTRATOR

$90

PER COUNSELOR OR ADMINISTRATOR

2-50

COUNSELOR OR ADMINISTRATOR

$66

PER COUNSELOR OR ADMINISTRATOR

51-100

COUNSELOR OR ADMINISTRATOR

$59

PER COUNSELOR OR ADMINISTRATOR

100+

COUNSELOR OR ADMINISTRATOR

$46

PER COUNSELOR OR ADMINISTRATOR

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