Help parents understand and develop skills for nurturing the development of their gifted children
SENG Model Parent Groups (SMPGs) are structured to bring together 10 to 20 interested parents of gifted and talented children to discuss such topics as motivation, discipline, stress management, and peer relationships. The co‐facilitators of the group, though they are knowledgeable about parenting and about educating gifted/talented children, do not attempt to give expert advice to families. Instead their facilitation provides a non‐judgmental and nurturing atmosphere. The parents of the high ability children are themselves a rich resource of information, and they are able to get fresh ideas from other parents and from A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children, the book around which the sessions are organized. The groups meet weekly for 8‐10 weeks.
Facilitator training includes:
March 27-28, 2014
The Roeper School
41190 Woodward Avenue (Lower School)
Bloomfield Hills, MI
Trainers: Lori Comallie-Caplan and Molly Isaacs-McLeod
Dates and Times:
Cost: $300 per attendee
Materials Provided: A Parent’s Guide to Gifted Children and Parent Groups: The SENG Model, 2nd Ed.
Note: Class may be cancelled if minimum enrollment is not met.
More Details: SMPG Bloomfield Flyer…
July 18-20, 2014
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Jose
2050 Gateway Place, San Jose CA
Part of the 2014 SENG Annual Conference.