Parents and students are experiencing pandemic fatigue, and many are wondering how to keep students engaged, enriched, and motivated, during these challenging times. Johns Hopkins University, a leader in COVID research, also has more than 40 years of experience through its Center for Talented Youth (CTY) nurturing and supporting advanced young learners.
CTY has served more than a million students worldwide in both face-to-face and online courses, providing both acceleration and enrichment. Join the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) and CTY in a conversation with other parents and CTY experts to share ideas and learn new strategies for supporting your gifted child and yourself.
Featured Speakers and Discussions:
How can I as a parent motivate my child during the pandemic?
Linda Brody, Ph.D.
Director, Study of Exceptional Talent, CTY
Fun at Home
What fun and engaging activities also strengthen your child’s critical thinking skills?
What are some affordable hands-on activities that you can do with your child at home?
Susanna Holm, M.A., Program Manager, CTY International
Donna Neutze, Ph.D., Instructional Designer, CTY International
Strategies for Parent Self-Care
What strategy can you share that has been helpful for you, family and child?
Michelle Muratori, Ph.D., Senior Counselor, Study of Exceptional Talent, CTY