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Thursday, November 16 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
2G: Joyful Living and Learning

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Our gifted children face many stresses in the educational environment that impact their capacity for joy. Some are external, some internal. Research in neuroscience has led to conclusive findings regarding the connection between joy and learning.

This session will discuss the importance of joy in a child’s education and life in light of recent brain research. We will also share strategies that will help parents and teachers increase joy in their   gifted and talented children and teens.

Participant Outcomes:

  • Understand the current research in neuroscience that promotes joyful learning practices
  • Identify strategies and resources that promote joyful learning in classrooms and home environments
  • Learn how to effectively advocate for students leveraging research and effective practices that support joyful learning

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Sharon Daly

Advanced Learning Coordinator, School District of Cambridge
I have been working with advanced learners K-12 for the past 16 years in the School District of Cambridge. I have a GT Coordinator license and a deaf and hard of hearing educator license. Mentoring teachers new to the profession has been a focus area for many years, both through... Read More →



Thursday November 16, 2017 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Glacier C-D

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