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2019 MAGE Conference
From registration to the keynote address by John Elder Robison, to networking opportunities, activities for our kids, special awards for Legislator James Kelcourse, student Kaitlyn Arguin, and others, this year's conference was a resounding success!
Thanks to all who contributed and attended!
March 6, 2019
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Ottoson Middle School
Arlington, MA 02476
“I'm Done; What Do I Do Now?" Meeting the Challenge of Academically Advanced Students Within and Outside of the Classroom
Cosponsored by MAGE Massachusetts Association for Gifted Education
PDP Certificates available for Educators
*If school is canceled on March 6, this event will take place on March 13. For questionable evening weather, check or the Arlington District home page.
The DevTech Research Group at Tufts University led by Dr. Marina Umaschi Bers is currently looking for families to attend a free one-hour family play session with creative coding technologies for children ages 5-7.
Participation involves completing a brief survey before and after the play session, which will be videotaped for research purposes only. Following the play session, you and your child will be asked a few questions about your coding experience. and would last no more than an hour. Participating families must be able to complete surveys in English and speak at a basic conversational level for the duration of the study.
Interested and eligible to participate with your child (aged 5-7), email email@example.com to schedule your one-hour play session by March 1st at a time that is most convenient for you and your child. Thank you!
The session would take place at:
Tufts Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex
574 Boston Ave
Medford, MA 02155
MAGE Day Event at the Fox Library
HOW CAN WE HELP?
Please join us and relax with light refreshments:
Connect with other parents of bright children
Chat about gifted kids and
how they relate to the world
Share questions and ideas about raising bright kids
Plan activities for future meet-ups
Children are welcome
Saturday, Feb 16th 2019 1:00 PM
Fox Library. Community Room
175 Massachusetts Ave. East Arlington
Contact Kitty Shonk for further details: firstname.lastname@example.org
THINK: KIDS ~ Collaborative Problem Solving®
An Innovative Approach for Helping Kids with Challenging Behavior
Training for educators, clinicians, and other adults working with youth
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1, 2019 AT ACERA SCHOOL 8:30 - 4:00 pm