Happy Holidays and a Joyous New Year in 2021 Our very best wishes for a joyous holiday filled with peace, love , family and friends. We all know its been a challenging year for all of us, lets look up on a positive note and hope for the best in 2021!! Looking to gatherings withContinue reading “Merry Christmas Happy New Year”
Greetings GT Supporters! Its been a long few months with all us battling Covid and keeping our sanity but, alas, we have persevered in 2020 never to let up to the politics, strong arm nor mandates to find our seat at the table. Our theme for this year, “Gather and Play” has a profound yetContinue reading “Hga Fall Newsletter 2020”
Reviews Total Participation Techniques: Making Every Student an Active Learner, 2nd Edition ByPérsida Himmele and William Himmele Teaching techniques have evolved over the years. Teachers need to keep the students’ interests and their desire to learn in a way that involves interaction with all the students. This book offers 51 teaching techniques to assist the teacher and engageContinue reading “Book Review by Debb”
NAGC Convention as many of you know has gone Virtual for the first time. Register if you havent already for the convention , November 12th to the 17th. A list of Speakers, Workkshops, Break out Sessions, Evening Activities etc.. can be found there. An opportune time for many to catch up on latest trends, news,Continue reading “NAGC and Affiliates”
Hga is starting a new column by Board Member Debb Aiken as she reviews books that add a perspective and educational aspect to the classroom setting. Look for Hga November Fall issue newsletter sure to add to the gifted and talented list of resources.
Pandemic panic goes on! Hold tight we as humans have a natural reaction when restrictions are set in place which causes us to react, rebel and revolutionize!!But more power to the people correct! I would agree but this pandemic has become an animal of its own…Altering lives,income, lifestyles, thought process, future plans and expectations. ItsContinue reading “Hga higher education. Now what?”