Presentation on Gifted Children, with Q&A
maart 9 @ 13 h 30 min - 14 h 30 min
Our partner Caring for gifted children comes to us to present her work and answer questions about Gifted children. The presentation is in English to not limit parents that do not feel comfortable in French but Marion is French, multilingual and help families from different backgrounds.
Gifted children often experience challenges related to their intensity, their uncommonness, and their excitability in many arenas (intellectual, emotional, imaginational, sensual, and/or physical). But first, we need to ask ‘What is a gifted child?’ – as many myths surround them.
I invite you to join me for this one-hour presentation where you can learn about the gifted population, and why it is important to cater to her needs in the same way as we cater to those of special needs’ children.
I will introduce my approach, what problems I help solve, and what families whom I support can achieve. And, there will be a special space for questions.
This introduction to giftedness is open to any adult willing to explore this subject, whether they live with a gifted child or not.
If you parent a gifted child, you are welcome to come with a relative or a friend so this person can have a clearer understanding of your child’s reality!
Date: Saturday, March 9th, 2019, 1.30pm-2.30pm
For whom: This presentation is designed for an adult-audience, and unfortunately children except newborns cannot attend
Registration:Seats are limited so make sure to book yours at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: L’école de français – Keizersgracht 316, 1016EZ Amsterdam
For more information: www.caringforthegiftedchild.com
Marion Franc is a mentor and coach for gifted children, and their parents. She first trained as an engineer from a French ‘Grande Ecole’, and after two international missions, she shifted career to use her gifts to support gifted children, and their families. She holds the Montessori Assistant to Infancy Certificate. She enjoys a track records in client satisfaction, from parents who have eased their way into a parenting role that integrates both gentleness and firmness, along with a clear understanding of their child’s unique strengths & challenges and how to constructively support him on his unique gifted path.
You can read her blogs – that have been featured on the European Council for High Ability’s Facebook page – to learn more about her line of work, at: http://caringforthegiftedchild.com/blog/
You can contact her at: email@example.com