We looked inside some of the tweets by @Principal4GT and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Looking for a fun weekend activity with your #gifted and #twiceexceptional kids? Grab a screenplay and host a Zoom table read with friends and family! Find more awesome ideas on the @NAGCGIFTED summer activity calendar: https://t.co/g9LeHiIkEq #letstalk2e #parenting #summerfun https://t.co/13B5COHCZ9
And, be sure to check out the just-released July activity calendar w/ 31 days of fun for #giftedminds: https://t.co/mm2yGHZLAw Thx @julieskolnick! #gtchat #gifted #parenting #summerfun #letstalk2e https://t.co/vTGxNqoASr
I am so impressed with this cohortof teachers @CharlottesvilleCitySchools
Just got an email from a S in my CCS class (Models:Strategies for Teaching the Gifted @UVA) asking if I would open next week’s model early. Her group is meeting tomorrow at 7AM to work, learn, and plan. On a holiday? Yep! Teachers are a dedicated group of humans.
Connecting the Gifted Mind to Nature: Engaging Outdoor Exploration by Scott Major, Teaching for High Potential, February 2020 https://t.co/auVj73vj0q
Advocate for the needs of all children Including those who are gifted and need differentiated services https://t.co/RkmC7Xolb4
It should be acceptable that teachers want to be back in classrooms with students, but are also concerned about their health and the health of their loved ones. #remotelearning
You don’t want to miss this!! https://t.co/WE8xe6Glp2
The Smithsonian Science Education Center has developed a collection of free STEM resources for “Distance Learning” for students (K-8) featuring hands-on lessons that require simple materials found at home. Some resources require technology. https://t.co/mhTxQzj9G3
The research team, led by the Curry School's Michael Kennedy, is developing a set of resources to help teachers create positive engagement and academic achievement for K-12 students with disabilities. https://t.co/HFXDPX4oA2