February Brings a Bounty of Professional Development Opportunities Across the Province!

February 26: Coquitlam and Burnaby Teachers’ Associations and School Districts present Resilience & Renewal - all online!

The Conundrum of Twice-Exceptional Students: Understanding their Strengths and Stretches: Join us as we explore the twice-execeptional student profile. We will do a deep dive into what makes these students indeed exceptional. This will include strategies and resources for meeting their needs in a mainstream classroom, in the spirit of diversity and inclusion. We will look at a myriad of 2E cases including gifted/learning disabled, gifted with Autism, and gifted with ADD/ADHD/mental health. 

Coquitlam and Burnaby teachers, register here!

February 12: Cowichan, Greater Victoria, Saanich, and Sooke Teachers' Association present Tapestry 2021 - all online!

Easy Ways to Differentiate for the High Ability Learner in your Classroom:  Unsure if or how to challenge high ability learners in your regular classroom without a lot of stress or planning on your part? In this session, you will build your understanding of a high ability learners, take with you a treasure trove of practical ideas around core competencies, and receive further support throughout the year from SAGE- BC, the Specialist Association of Gifted Educators in BC. 

Register here!

April 23: Prince George District Teachers' Association present the 2021 Spring Fling Educational Conference - all online!

Easy Ways to Differentiate for the High Ability Learner in your Classroom:  Unsure if or how to challenge high ability learners in your regular classroom without a lot of stress or planning on your part? In this session, you will build your understanding of a high ability learners, take with you a treasure trove of practical ideas around core competencies, and receive further support throughout the year from SAGE- BC, the Specialist Association of Gifted Educators in BC. 

Register here!

Save the Date! May 17-18 2021 

Virtual Summit on the Neuroscience of Twice-Exceptionality

Discuss new, unprecedented studies of twice-exceptionality, the future of research in this field, and the possibilities available for collaboration among institutions and centers that focus on gifted education and talent development.  We hope that these collaborations will advance our understanding of this unique population and their strengths and challenges.  

 

Register here

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Supporting Gifted Learners and their teachers in British Columbia

SAGE BC is one of BCTF's Provincial Specialist Associations.  SAGE BC assists in the development, implementation and expansion of teacher education and programs for those working with gifted learners.

Take a moment to explore our news section below. We want to make sure you hear about all the important and exciting updates happening at SAGE-BC, so check back often to stay in the know!

Resources

Looking for gifted resources to support curriculum development, social emotional support, and a love for learning?

 

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Members can stay current on gifted information in British Columbia. Learn strategies and stay connected three times a year.

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Happy Holidays from SAGE-BC

A special gift from us to our members! Please read our Winter newsletter to sign up to receive a FREE copy of a "Differentiating Instruction Using Menus" of your choice. 

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Non-members, please click here to join SAGE-BC and receive this resource. 

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