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GiF 101: Common Characteristics and Myths (morning)

Two presentations, 12h00-14h00 or 19h00-22h00
This reservation is for the morning session.
Paris, 75016

Join us for a viewing of DVD featuring Jim Webb, followed by Q&A and group discussion.
This presentation is for parents, educators and mental health professionals. Topics covered include what it means to be a gifted or twice-exceptional person. We explore common characteristics and myths associated with this population. (Twice-exceptional child has two exceptionalities: his giftedness and a special need, learning disorder/disability or challenge, such as dyslexia, adhd). Reservation is mandatory. Registration closes December 1.

Later Event: January 10
GiF 102: Parenting Gifted Children