Gifted/Talented Series: Creativity and Critical Thinking for GT Students - 013462
Creativity and Critical Thinking is one training in a five-part series designed to meet the requirements of the Texas Administrative Code and the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted/Talented Students. Participants will learn about the cognitive, social, and emotional characteristics of gifted students in order to raise the level of creative and critical thinking in the classroom. This session counts as part of the initial 30 hours.

Audiences Teacher - Gifted Talented/Advanced Academics, Teacher - Early Childhood/PreK/Kindergarten, Teacher - Elementary (Grades 1-5), Teacher - ESL (English as a Second Language), Teacher - General Education, Teacher - High School (Grades 9-12), Teacher - Middle School (Grades 6-8), Teacher - Special Education, Teacher Certification Candidate, Teacher Supervisors


SessionScheduleLocation
02356306/13/2019 09:00am - 04:00pmESC Region 11
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Credit Hours   06:00 hours of G/T - Curriculum 
Presenter   Clinton Rodriguez ESC Region 11 
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If you require special arrangements or have special needs (such as an interpreter for the hearing impaired),
contact Clinton Rodriguez at crodriguez@esc11.net or (817) 740-3693 at least three weeks prior to the training program date.

More Session Dates
11/11/2019 8:30:00 AM
11/19/2019 8:30:00 AM
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