Don’t miss our upcoming P.A.L. Workshop on guiding gifted girls and boys, with a focus on elementary and middle school children, Wednesday, April 25, 2012.


Finding the right school for your child can be a struggle, but educating advanced learners can be further complicated by gender differences and the contrasting views parents continue to hear from experts. Dr. Razel Solow, the Director of the Center for Gifted Studies and Education at Hunter College, will help parents better understand, support and guide their gifted girls using examples from her new book, College at 13: Young, Gifted and Purposeful. Hunter College professor Howard Fuchs will share his experiences working with gifted boys in this session focused on both elementary and middle school boys and girls.

Angelique LeDoux, founder of the P.A.L. Workshop Series and Jade’s ToyBox

Dr. Razel Solow is Director of the Center for Gifted Studies and Education at Hunter College, the coordinator of the graduate program, and a partner with the Hunter College Campus Schools. Most recently, Dr. Solow has been collaborating with a research group from the Yale Child Study Center on alternative assessments of intelligence. She also provides professional development about gifted education and organizes meetings for the Coalition of Gifted Schools.  Her book on exceptionally gifted girls, College at 13: Young, Gifted and Purposefulwill be available for sale at the event and is available through Great Potential Press.

Howard Fuchs is an adjunct professor at Hunter College Center for Gifted Studies and Education. Prior to that, he taught at Hunter College Elementary, but began his career as a teacher while doing research in Poland. A recent presenter at NAGC, Fuchs shared his curriculum ‘DADA math.’ His consulting and tutoring service, G to the ‘n’th Degree, which is short for ‘global intelligence to the exponential degree,’ was designed to impart philosophy, law, current events, and logic for gifted kids. He holds a Masters of Education, JD, Masters of Law in Banking, Masters of Law in Taxation, Masters of Law in International Banking, as well two certifications from Hunter College in Gifted Education and School Administration and Supervision.

April 25, 2012 at 6:30 pm-8 pm

Downtown Community Center at 120 Warren St., b/t Greenwich St. and West St, Tribeca.
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