Presented by Michele Kane, EdD
Gifted children’s heightened sensitivities and intensities combine to provide qualitatively different interactions both in their inner and outer worlds. The asynchronous gifted children need the guidance of adults to help them develop and foster their social, emotional and spiritual nature. After viewing this webinar you will be able to:
This SENGinar is the second in the 3-part Living with Intensity Series based on the book Living with Intensity. (NOTE: We recommend reading the book prior to watching the webinars. The book is available through Great Potential Press, Amazon or other book retailers.)
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Michele Kane, EdD, is an associate professor and the coordinator of the Master of Arts in Gifted Education Program at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. As a presenter for state, national, and international conferences, a major focus of her work is related to social, emotional, and spiritual giftedness and the affective aspects of educational programming. She and her husband Dan are parents of six gifted adult children.