I hope this newsletter finds you and yours in good health and good spirits as we begin the new year. Perhaps you have composed a list of resolutions for the new year… or at least for January 2018. Do any of them include advocating (at any level) for gifted children? What an opportunity for us to have some collective focus on the needs of gifted students in our state. I have taken the liberty of writing a few resolutions that you could choose to adopt as we make our way into 2018. Pick one, two or…?
My blog last month invited folks to “meet me at the table” of discussion and advocacy for gifted children. These are just a few ways in which you can make a difference in the lives of Wisconsin’s gifted children.
I wish you all a very happy, productive and peace-filled new year. May your resolutions please you and those around you.
From the President
"At the beginning of the training process for gifted and regular classroom teachers, they need to learn the skills of the trade."