SENGinar: “Since there’s no school, I’m not doing the work”: Academic Motivation Strategies for Gifted Learners
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About The Event
Many students, whether or not they admit it openly, are “schoolsick” - they miss the social structures, teacher relationships, and routines of going to school each day. As a result, many students have been reluctant to embrace online learning, where new routines, new platforms, and new methods of assessment are being used.
This webinar will emphasize hands-on activities and strategies that embrace a gifted student’s complexity with a “whole child” approach.
About the Presenter:
Amy Estersohn supports creative, intense, and stubborn teens with academic, college, and career guidance. She has worked with teen inventors, composers, actors, software developers, and entrepreneurs who also struggle behind the scenes with perfectionism, organization, time management, and anxiety. She helps teens see themselves, their challenges, and their talents in a supportive, authentic way and identifies potential next steps that help build on those talents. She holds a B.A. from the University of Chicago and a master’s degree in English Education from Columbia University.