Design Thinking and Project-Based Learning for Twice-Exceptional Learners Description

Are you having a hard time meeting your creative gifted or twice-exceptional child’s need for depth and complexity in their learning? You may have heard of Design Thinking and project-based learning and wondered if it can meet those needs; but do you need help in figuring out exactly how it all works?

Join educator, author, and coach Jade Rivera to discuss authentic learning, how to scaffold a child as they learn new skills, and how giftedness and twice-exceptionality, design thinking and project-based learning go hand in hand. Jade will share her favorite resources and techniques for meeting the educational needs of these amazing and delightful children at this fun and engaging workshop.

secular homeschool conference School Choice Week 2018: Design Thinking and Project-Based Learning for Twice-Exceptional Learners

Jade’s Bio

For over ten years, Jade Rivera has made educating gifted and twice-exceptional children her mission. She is the founder and lead educator of Sunnyside Micro-School for gifted and twice-exceptional children in Oakland, CA. She is a proud Gifted Homeschoolers Forum Ambassador and author of Micro-Schools: Creating Personalized Learning on a Budget. In 2016 she was honored by the California Association for Gifted Children for her distinguished service on behalf of gifted families.

You can connect with me through my Website. Or follow me on Facebook at Jade Rivera Facebook or Sunnyside Micro School Facebook, or on Instagram.

 

Check out all the talks for  2018 School Choice Week, Homeschooling Children Across the Learning Spectrum.

 

Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers will be in Atlanta in July 2018!

Secular Homeschool Conference Atlanta 2018