Backpocket Strategies - Hannah Park & Kathie Huff
In the fourth episode of Season Two, "They'll Be Fine," your host Hannah Park engages with the AIG specialist of Guilford County Schools and NCAGT Secretary, Kathie Huff, to uncover the hidden gems of "back pocket" teaching strategies. As Hannah & Kathie explore these strategies, they identify the specific teaching targets. From captivating student engagement to fostering ethical analysis and analytical skills, these brilliant ideas are invaluable tools for educators in today's ever-evolving classroom environments. Tune in to discover how these versatile approaches can transform your teaching methods and help students thrive in the modern classroom. Don't miss this episode of "They'll Be Fine" for an insightful journey into the world of innovative teaching.ByrdSeed TV - https://www.byrdseed.tv/shut/ April Summey - https://twitter.com/aprilsummey1 Lisa Van Gemert - Gifted Guru https://giftedguru.com/, Also see They’ll Be Fine Episode 19 Katie Anderson https://kbjanderson.com/ 24 Game - https://www.24game.com/s-2-24-game-96-card-decks.aspx Blurt - https://www.superduperinc.com/blurt.html
NC Governor's School - Rodney Allen and Kimberly Jones
In this episode of "They'll Be Fine," Katharine Rodney Allen and Kimberly Jones. Rodney is currently serving as the Coordinator of the North Carolina Governor’s School. A key player within the Office of Advanced Learning and Gifted Education at the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI), Rodney shares invaluable insights into the world of education.Joining the conversation is Kimberly Jones, the 2023 Burroughs Wellcome Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year. With over a decade of experience as a high school English teacher in Chapel Hill Carrboro City Schools, Kimberly brings a wealth of wisdom to the table. Together, they weave a compelling narrative, tracing their extraordinary journeys from students to educators at NC Governor’s School.Discover the significance of the Governor’s School of North Carolina, recognized as the oldest statewide summer residential program for gifted and talented high school students in the entire nation. Tune in for an inspiring exploration of education, passion, and the transformative impact of programs dedicated to nurturing the brightest minds of tomorrow.
System Failures & ADHD - Amishi Ajay
Join host Hannah Park as she engages in a captivating conversation with Amishi Ajay, a dynamic student at Georgia State University and the visionary founder of The Outliers Project. Amishi, whose journey began as an exceptionally gifted child with ADHD, achieved recognition on a national level across various fields. However, the pressures and expectations led to a burnout during her late high school years amidst the pandemic. Now in college, she is on a mission to create solutions for gifted children who grapple with confidence loss due to burnout. In this thought-provoking episode, they delve into The intriguing world of ADHD and Giftedness, the masking game, the cunning tactics schools employ to undercut gifted funding and certifications, and more.
Backpocket Strategies - Nicole Traywick, Hannah Park, Katharine Caldwell
In the first episode of Season Two, "They'll Be Fine," your host Hannah Park engages with two outstanding educators, Katherine Caldwell and Nicole Traywick, to uncover the hidden gems of "back pocket" teaching strategies. As Hannah explores these strategies, she identifies the specific teaching targets that they address. From captivating student engagement to fostering critical thinking and problem-solving skills, these brilliant ideas serve as invaluable tools for educators in today's ever-evolving classroom environments. Tune in to discover how these versatile approaches can transform your teaching methods and help students thrive in the modern classroom. Don't miss this episode of "They'll Be Fine" for an insightful journey into the world of innovative teaching.
Brianne Hudak, M. Ed. - Motivation and Achievement
Mrs. Brianne Hudak, M. Ed., is a sixteen-year veteran of education serving in public, private, and charter schools. She is a passionate advocate of the gifted and talented. Her various roles include teaching the gifted, single-gender, PK3-5th grades, STEM/design engineering, theater arts, and global studies. She has also served as a curriculum and instruction specialist, mentor, dean of students, assistant principal, and K-12 leader. This episode focuses on Mrs. Hudak current doctoral pursuit in educational leadership focusing on combating underachievement in the gifted population.Check out Mrs. Hudak’s website! www.helpmehudak.comBrianne’s Research Recommendations:Dr. Carol Dweck - Growth MindsetDr. Sally Reis - Schoolwide Enrichment ModelDr. Sylvia Rimm - TRIFOCAL ModelDr. Del Siegle and Dr. D. Betsy McCoach - Achievement Orientation ModelDr. Joseph Renzulli - Three-Ring Conception of Giftedness, Schoolwide Enrichment Model Learn more about your free Renzulli Learning trial with your NCAGT Membership HERE.