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CAGTTerry is past President of Colorado Association of Gifted and Talented. She's on the CAGT Executive Board and has been the CAGT Conference Chair organizing the annual state gifted conference.
BVGTTerry was founding President of Boulder Valley Gifted and Talented and served on the BVGT Executive Board.
FAIRVIEWTerry is the Talented and Gifted Advisor at Fairview High School in Boulder, Colorado.
Recommendations"Terry, you are THE source for all things gifted. So happy and grateful for all you have done to help me be a better mom!" – mom of a high schooler
"I have heard you speak twice at the Beyond the Gifted conference and I'm always impressed by your insights and understanding of this unique group of learners." – faculty at Denver's Gifted & Talented magnet school Polaris At Ebert
"You have no idea how much you helped me and gave me confidence that I am not a terrible mother. I've followed you for years on your blog and love what you do for gifted kids." – parent of four highly gifted children
"Your help and advice has been a real source of support for our family." – another mom of a high schooler
"Thanks for your work with gifted kids in the district, beyond just Fairview High School." – father of a high schooler
"I want you to know how deeply grateful I am that you you have remained in touch with K over the years. I believe your support has been very crucial to his progress. You are a true gift to the many kids you mentor." – mom of a gifted son
"Thank for visiting us and training our teachers about our student's social and emotional needs." – district Gifted & Talented Coordinator
"You are quite a talent a resource. Thank you for inspiring us all to be better." – a high school teacher
Tag Archives: social & emotional
This is where I began. Jonathan Mooney is a dyslexic writer and activist who did not learn to read until he was 12 years old. He is a graduate of Brown University, holds an honors degree in English Literature, and … Continue reading →
I visited beautiful Durango, Colorado to conduct two days of gifted training sessions. It was organized by Betsey Krill, Coordinator of Gifted Ed SJBOCES and SW Gifted Education Regional Consultant. I got to meet with and train people from Durango, … Continue reading →
Who would think that a proponent of education improvement and reform would be George Lucas, the famous Hollywood director and Star Wars creator! “As a father I’ve felt the imperative to transform schooling even more urgently.” When asked by Forbes … Continue reading →
Photos from the recent SENG Summit in Seattle. Here I am with Jim Webb, the “father of SENG” – he started it all. Jim was a keynote speaker at this year’s event and is a regular presenter each year. He … Continue reading →
The final day of the SENG Summit featured the daily keynote presentation titled “No Limits” from Phil Gordon. He’s known as a poker guy but he’s a role model for how one can be the best one can be, and … Continue reading →
A highlight from my second day at the SENG Summit in Seattle was Victoria Ragsdell’s talk titled Obsession: The Gift and How to Use It. This talk was different from the usual topics at SENG conferences. The topic was how … Continue reading →
I’m looking forward to the upcoming SENG Summit in Seattle July 15-17. I’m excited that there is a high profile conference, with attendees from all over the USA and a few international visitors, where all of the sessions are about … Continue reading →