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Staying Sane in the Classroom
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Janet L. Kragen
Educating and advocating for the unique needs of Highly Capable students.
How can you equitably identify students for Highly Capable services?
How can you best provide services for your Highly Capable students?
How can you choose high quality academic and social-emotional resources for your Highly Capable students?
I would love to help your district meet the needs of your Highly Capable students.
Here is a sample of the kinds of gifted education professional development I have taught over the years:
Nature and Needs of Highly Capable Students
Social and Emotional Needs of Highly Capable Students
Classroom Management with Highly Capable Students
Examples of other classes I have taught include:
Making Vocabulary and Grammar Lessons Fun
Scoring Writing Without Killing Yourself
How Can I Teach Art Without Drawing a Straight Line?
Gifted Isn't Good
Gifted Ed--Elimination or Equity
Identifying Students for Gifted Programs
Why Self-Contained Gifted?
The Care and Feeding of the Twice-Exceptional Child, Part One
The Care and Feeding of the Twice-Exceptional Child, Part Two
HC with ADHD
Anxiety in the Highly Capable Classroom
Perfectionism in the Highly Capable Classroom
How Are You Sleeping?
(insomnia and the gifted)
"Hitting the Wall"--Growth Mindset in the Highly Capable Classroom
Supporting Intellectual Pursuits through a Wide Range of Academically Rigorous Clubs
History's comment on whether Black lives matter
(2020 guest article for the
In August of 2022, I was interviewed for
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