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WRESA Regional AIG Credentials Course

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WRESA Regional AIG Credentials Course
WRESA Regional AIG Credentials Course
WRESA EDUCATION
Tue, July 23, 2024 @ 09:00 AM — Wed, July 24, 2024 @ 03:00 PM (EDT)
THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!
Date:     July 23 & 24, 2024
Time:     9:00am-3:00pm   
Type:     In-person

Location: WRESA
          200 Ridgefield Ct, Suite 206 
          Asheville, NC 28806

Fee:      $85 WRESA Members Only

**NOTE: We have a No Refund policy for our WRESA courses. However, you are welcome to send a
colleague in your place. Contact LaDonna Sluder at lsluder@wresa.org or 828-774-5681 (ext 102)
if you need to change the name of the person attending.

Audience: K-12 Classroom teachers, (Licensed AIG Specialists are welcome)
CEUs:     10 Contact hours
What to Bring: Your own charged device

AIG Coordinators across the NC Western Region have recognized the need for classroom teachers to understand the unique characteristics and needs of gifted learners.


In this 2-day course, teachers will review and understand their own district-specific Academically/Intellectually Gifted Services Plans. They will learn how to recognize the characteristics of gifted learners and understand their unique learning needs. Differentiation strategies for the regular classroom will be a focus and teachers will leave with tools for planning, working in PLCs, and using differentiation strategies in their classrooms.


Participants will receive a WRESA Regional AIG Credentials certificate. While it is important to note that this is not NC AIG Licensure, it will provide a practical level of knowledge and skill that will benefit gifted and advanced learners in classrooms across the region. These credentials will be recognized and accepted by the WRESA member school systems. Stephanie Knox, the AIG/Advanced Learning Lead Specialist for Buncombe County schools will be leading this workshop.


If you have additional questions, contact April Spencer aspencer@wresa.org


Registration: Open
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WRESA Regional AIG Credentials Course - WRESA Members Only
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WRESA
Date:     July 23 & 24, 2024
Time: 9:00am-3:00pm 
Type: In-person 

Location: WRESA
200 Ridgefield Ct, Suite 206
Asheville, NC 28806

Fee: $85 WRESA Members Only

**NOTE: We have a No Refund policy for our WRESA courses. However, you
are welcome to send a colleague in your place. Contact LaDonna Sluder at
lsluder@wresa.org or 828-774-5681 (ext 102) if you need to change the
name of the person attending.

Audience: K-12 Classroom Teachers, (Licensed AIG Specialists are welcome)
CEUs: 10 Contact hours
What to Bring: Your own charged device

AIG Coordinators across the NC Western Region have recognized the need for classroom teachers to understand the unique characteristics and needs of gifted learners.


In this 2-day course, teachers will review and understand their own district-specific Academically/Intellectually Gifted Services Plans. They will learn how to recognize the characteristics of gifted learners and understand their unique learning needs. Differentiation strategies for the regular classroom will be a focus and teachers will leave with tools for planning, working in PLCs, and using differentiation strategies in their classrooms.


Participants will receive a WRESA Regional AIG Credentials certificate. While it is important to note that this is not NC AIG Licensure, it will provide a practical level of knowledge and skill that will benefit gifted and advanced learners in classrooms across the region. These credentials will be recognized and accepted by the WRESA member school systems. Stephanie Knox, the AIG/Advanced Learning Lead Specialist for Buncombe County schools will be leading this workshop.


If you have additional questions, contact April Spencer aspencer@wresa.org

 
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