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WOW: Using Observations to Recognize Potential in Young Students
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Using Observations to Recognize Potential in Young Students
Track : Webinar
Program Code: 010
Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM  EST
Mary Ruth Coleman, Senior Scientist, University of North Carolina
Systematic observations can play a key role in recognizing potential in young children (K-3). Early recognition of potential is an essential first step in addressing the needs of young children with high abilities and is a critical first step in nurturing potential of children from culturally/linguistically diverse and economically disadvantaged families. This session will explore the differences between early recognition of potential and early formal identification; looking at the role of systematic teacher observations in recognizing and responding to children's needs.

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