Upcoming SIG Webinars

Residential and Commuter Programs

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017, 1:00pm-2:00pm EST

Join campus Program Directors for an informational exploration of SIG's exciting residential and commuter program options for 2017! Residential & Commuter Programs (ages 9-17): This webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of campus options, enriching academics, and social offerings. There will also be an opportunity to ask Program Directors specific questions. This webinar is complimentary. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Day Programs Webinar

Tuesday, January 24th, 2017, 1:00-2:00pm EST

Day Programs (ages 5-12): This webinar will explain the structure of the day programs, including eligibility criteria for admission to the programs, and will provide an opportunity to answer participants' questions. This webinar is complimentary. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Online Programs Webinar

Tuesday, January 31st, 2017, 1:00pm-2:00pm EST

Join the Summer Institute for the Gifted team for an informational exploration of SIG's exciting online program options for 2017! SIG Online (Ages 7-14) is an engaging eight-week online program for gifted and academically talented students. These courses offer students curriculum beyond what is offered during the school day, are wide-ranging in potential interest areas for individualized learning, and engage students in authentic learning while applying school content through speaking, writing, researching, analyzing, reasoning, and questioning. This webinar is complimentary. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Questions? Call Michelle Holleran at (866) 303-4744 or email michelle@giftedstudy.org.



Watch SIG Informational Webinars

Join the Summer Institute for the Gifted team for an informational exploration of SIG’s exciting residential, commuter, day, and online program options! Below are links to the recorded versions of several live Webinar sessions that we recently offered.


Family Relationships and the Gifted Child: Techniques for Staying Sane (Recorded on November 30, 2016)

Dr. Barbara Swicord, NSGT CEO, examines issues that families share in regard to living with gifted children in the household.

 


Introduction to Problem Based Learning (PBL) (Recorded on November 9, 2016)

Dr. Barbara Swicord, NSGT CEO, explains what Problem Based Learning (PBL) is, provides examples, and gives the audience the opportunity to ask questions relevant to their individual teaching situations.

 


Current Trends and Considerations in Selective College Admissions: What Every Family Needs to Know! (Recorded on October 13, 2016)

Hosted by Dr. Matthew Greene of Howard Greene and Associates along with Dr. Barbara Swicord, NSGT CEO, the webinar explores the college admissions process. The hosts address specific audience questions at the end.

 


Residential & Commuter Program (ages 9-17) Webinar (Recorded on March 1, 2016)

This webinar provides a comprehensive overview of campus options, enriching academics, and social offerings. Program Directors address specific audience questions at the end.

 


Day Program (ages 5-12) Webinar (Recorded on March 2, 2016)

This webinar explains the structure of the day programs, including eligibility criteria for admission to the programs. Program Directors address specific audience questions at the end.

 


Online Program (ages 7-12) Webinar (Recorded on May 18, 2016)

This webinar explores SIG’s engaging eight-week Online Program for Gifted and Talented students ages 7-12. The SIG team addresses specific audience questions at the end.

 


Additional Webinars:

Residential, Commuter, & Day Program Webinar (Recorded on March 23, 2016)

Residential, Commuter, & Day Program Webinar (Recorded on March 29, 2016)




Why You Should Choose SIG This Summer

The Importance of Gifted Education

As many school districts across the country face crippling budget and funding cuts, gifted education programs are being reduced or eliminated. As this trend continues, increased numbers of gifted children are not provided sufficient guidance to maximize their full potential through school programs.

SIG Programs Provide...

Dynamic and innovative approaches for supplementing the education of our world’s most gifted and talented students, ensuring that they receive the individual attention they require.

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