Category: Q&A with Experts

FREE Parent & Educator Workshop this Monday, March 10- BEYOND FLASHCARDS: Meaningful Arithmetic

Join Parents of Accelerated Learners, NYC [PALNYC] in partnership with the Center for Mathematical Talent [CMT] at NYU’s Courant Institute for Part 2 of our 4-Part math series, Beyond Flashcards: Exploring Mathematics with Children this Monday, March 10 from 6:30-8pm at the Downtown Community Center in Tribeca. Arithmetic is an essential building block in mathematics. Without proper understanding of key concepts, a simple problem could…

Welcome Back!

Join us this Spring for the PALNYC Workshop Series, 2014 Season. As a follow-up to an incredible NYC G&T Symposium in October, we are pleased to present our signature workshops including Navigating NYC’s G&T Options with an inside look at the programs that best accommodate advanced learners, and Supporting Your Child’s Gifts & Talents All Summer Long, offering practical ways to prevent…

The Countdown Begins…

One month and counting! Register now for the NYC Gifted & Talented Symposium at NYU’s Kimmel Center and join us to: Support the cognitive, social and emotional needs of high ability kids, 2E and culturally diverse learners with advice from our featured presenters. Choose from any session within four strands that include: Talent Development, Social & Emotional Support, Negotiating the Practical & Supporting 2E & Diverse Learners and become stronger…

P.A.L.’s Top 10 Recommendations to Prevent Summer Learning Loss

 P.A.L.’s Top 10 Recommendations to Prevent  Summer Learning Loss: #1- Attend The P.A.L. Workshop’s Preventing Summer Slide session on May 21, 2013 at The Anderson School. We’ll  learn strategies from the experts and have hands-on opportunities to see how we can put the knowledge into action with literacy, math and even Mind Sport activities. #2- Summer Reading, Family Style. Make reading a family ordeal,…

How to Prevent Summer Learning Loss, or ‘Summer Slide’

On average, students lose about two months of grade level equivalency in math over the summer. Some students also lose more than two months in reading achievement, but parents can help change that. Keep those minds on fire this summer with math, literacy and enrichment activities to keep your K-6th grader engaged all summer long. Join us Tuesday, May 21…

Join Us Tuesday, April 9 to Discover How We Can Help Our Children Succeed

It’s one of the most important topics we’ve covered to date, and a discussion you won’t want to miss. What can YOU do to help your child succeed in school, and in life? Find out Tuesday, April 9 at P.A.L.’s thought-provoking panel discussion of middle school experts as we share the critical issues facing our NYC middle schoolers. Paul Tough’s…

What Will it Take for Your Child to Succeed?

What can YOU do to help your children succeed in school, and in life? Find out Tuesday, April 9 at P.A.L.’s thought-provoking panel discussion of middle school experts as we share the critical issues facing our NYC middle schoolers. Paul Tough’s book, How Children Succeed sets the tone for a conversation about character education, bullying and more. Parents will gain…

NJAGC Annual Conference & Family Event

Reserve your Zipcar or book your train ticket and take the kiddos along to the NJAGC’s 22nd Annual Conference, ‘Gifted in the Real World.’ The two-day event offers a day for educators on Friday, March 8 and a Family Day Program for parents and kids on Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 8 a.m. to 4 pm, at The Hotel Somerset-Bridgewater…

The P.A.L. Workshops Turns Two This Month!

On February 15, 2011, The P.A.L. Workshops launched with one mission in mind: to support the parents of New York City by providing educational workshops, talent development resources for our children, and experts to help navigate the best opportunities available to our children in one of the largest and most complicated educational systems in the country. We’ve organized and facilitated…