Saturday, August 11, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM EDT
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The Point at Otterbein University 
60 Collegeview Road
Westerville, OH 43081

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Jessica Mansmith, MNA, Director of Development 
SENG - Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted 



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Join us in Columbus! 
This one-day mini-conference on August 11th will feature keynote speakers and breakout sessions by Dr. Joy Lawson Davis, Dr. Michael Postma, Dr. Ed Amend, and many others, plus a special viewing of 2e2: Teaching the Twice-Exceptional by Thomas Ropelewski.
Topics include: supporting twice-exceptional students, empathy, mental health, gifted literary characters, using creativity as a window, facilitating dialogues, gratitude & growth, and what to do when a gifted student struggles in mastery learning. Continuing Education credits may be available.
On Friday, August 10, SENG Model Parent Group**(SMPG) facilitator training will take place during the day (8am-8:40pm), with a free SENG Parent Model Group Discussion Experience in the evening. Take a look at the flyer for details.
Members receive 20% off individual conference registration. Join today to receive your member discount code!

* Lunch recommendations will be provided and ample time allowed for you to head off-site and grab your meal, stretch, and take a break!

** The SMPG training fee includes a one-year SENG membership, qualifying trainees for the conference member discount. All members will be provided with a promotional code for registration. SMPG trainees do not need to register for the Discussion Experience.