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Beyond the State Requirement: How to use assessments to help your gifted student
Beyond the State Requirement: How to use assessments to help your gifted student

Tue, Oct 01

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Raleigh

Beyond the State Requirement: How to use assessments to help your gifted student

Homeschoolers know that DNPE has annual testing requirements for homeschoolers, but DNPE doesn't provide information on how to make use of those assessments. Are some tests better than others? What if my student is acing a test? How do I know if my student is growing?

Time & Location

Oct 01, 2024, 6:30 PM – 7:00 PM

Raleigh, 5204 Hollyridge Dr, Raleigh, NC 27612, USA

About the event

THIS EVENT IS BEING HOSTED BY THE HOMESCHOOL GATHERING PLACE.

REGISTRATION IS LIMITED.

Homeschoolers  know that DNPE has annual testing requirements for homeschoolers, but  DNPE doesn't provide information on how to make use of those  assessments. Are some tests better than others? What if my student is  acing a test? How do I know if my student is growing? How do different  assessments compare? Which are valuable, and which are a waste of time?

This  talk is for anyone currently homeschooling or considering homeschooling  a gifted student in any grade. We will discuss which assessments can  help a homeschooling parent to know about a student's current  capabilities, which help measure growth, and how to interpret the  results of various assessments to guide what to do next with your  student. We will discuss which tests are required for various  accelerated programs, and which tests are worth the cost. Tests covered  will include IQ tests, COGAT, WJ, CAT, IOWA, MAP, SAT, ACT, CLT, AP,  CLEP and more.

Free, but registration required. Limited to 20 participants.

Seminar is held live at the store.

Led  by Allison Coates. Allison is a homeschooling mother of 3 gifted  students who previously worked in schools to help them meet the needs of  gifted students. She is co-founder of BRIGHTLinks, a 501(c)3 whose  mission is to create opportunities for emotional, social, and  intellectual growth in gifted children.

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