• Presenter: Heather Clark, OAGC
    Core Area: ODE Teacher Company d; Learner Development and Individual Learning Differences 1.1, 1.2; Learning Environments 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4; OAGC Characteristics
    Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
    Hours: 1


    Some of our most gifted students struggle to manage and demonstrate their talents because of perfectionism. Licking County Gifted Coordinator Heather Clark lends her passion for gifted education to this informative 1-hour course on the types of perfectionists you may encounter in the classroom, and strategies educators can use to create a classroom environment that fosters success among perfectionist learners. 


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  • Presenter: Heather Clark
    Core Area:
    Learner Development and Individual Learning Differences 1.1, 1.2; Learning Environments 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4; ODE Teacher Competency d, e; OAGC Characteristics
    Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
    Hours: 1 

    When educators treat gifted students like individuals rather than one homogeneous group, they can better support their students. In this course, educator Heather Clark helps teachers gain an understanding of gender roles and the main conflicts gifted students experience when it comes to societal expectations.

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  • Presenter: Angela Osborne, OAGC
    Core Area: Learning Environments 2.4; Instructional Planning and Strategies 5.1; ODE Teacher Competencies a, c, f, g; OAGC Acceleration
    Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
    Hours: 5


    If you’re thinking about accelerating a gifted student, the process can seem mysterious and overwhelming. Many myths exist about acceleration, and in this 4-hour course, educator Angela Osborne shares data-driven facts about acceleration and gives examples from her own experiences. After taking this course, you’ll be able to confidently navigate the entire acceleration process from start to finish.  


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  • Presenters: Todd Stanley, OAGC
    Core Area: Learning Environments 2.1, 2.4; Curricular Content Knowledge 3.4; ODE Teacher Competency a, b, c; OAGC Differentiation
    Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
    Hours: 1 


    “Why do we need to know this?” Have you ever been asked this by one of your students? It can be a true facepalm moment when you realize that your students are not connecting with the material being taught. Project-Based Learning (PBL) is a great way to up the engagement of your class and help students find real-life connections with classroom material. In addition, differentiation is easily built into a well-designed project, so you can meet your students’ needs and help them find the “why” in their learning.

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