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The Rural Gifted: Influences and Challenges
with Dr. Cecelia Boswell



Rural gifted services are as unique as each rural community.  Understanding what is rural and the nature of identification and services for rural gifted students is essential to meeting this unique population’s needs. This session explores the intersection of gifted characteristics and rural culture as well as the challenges of providing gifted services in rural settings. In addition, the strengths students of poverty, those who may be Twice Exceptional, and multicultural students bring to the school is explored for its impact on identification and services.


Important Session Information:


Cecelia Boswell, Ed.D., served as the Gifted/Talented consultant for the Education Service Center in Abilene and as Executive Director of Advanced Academics in Waco ISD. She is an independent consultant working nationally and throughout Texas for professional learning opportunities and auditing gifted services. She has provided multiple products for the Florida and Texas Education Agencies. Dr. Boswell has served as President of TAGT and the CEC-The Association for the Gifted. She is the co-author of six books.

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Wednesday, June 22, 2022

Session ID:
859465
Credits Available:
(6) GT
Seats Available:
7
Fee:
$0.00 (* No Charge)
Contact Person:
Annie Padilla
Instructor(s):
Dr. Cecelia Boswell
Audience:
Advanced Academics/GT Coordinators, GT Coordinators/Teachers, Teacher (All Level)
 
Date Time Location
6/22/2022 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Region 17 ESC - Douglas
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