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Welcome to the 2018 WATG Conference!
Friday, November 2 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Breakout 4C: Beyond Academics to Leadership

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Gifted and talented students often excel in academic preparation; however, is this enough to foster their potential?

Through the Academic and Career Planning process, students can now take advantage of their school's potential opportunities outside of the classroom to connect, learn, and contribute in the school or in the community to identify problems and implement solutions, as well as gain state level recognition of those contributions mentored by a third party.

This session will describe DPI's Youth Leadership Certificate and how to incorporate Learner-Driven Voice! Attendees will: 
  • Understand the Youth Leadership Certificate and its requirements.
  • Be able to highlight and connect potential opportunities to use the Youth Leadership certificate to develop Learner-Driven Voice.
NAGC Standards Addressed
Standard 4: Learning Environments
4.1. Personal Competence. Students with gifts and talents demonstrate growth in personal competence and dispositions for exceptional academic and creative productivity. These include self-awareness, self-advocacy, self-efficacy, confidence, motivation, resilience, independence, curiosity, and risk taking.
  • 4.1.2. Educators provide opportunities for self-exploration, development and pursuit of interests, and development of identities supportive of achievement, e.g., through mentors and role models
4.3. Leadership. Students with gifts and talents demonstrate personal and social responsibility and leadership skills.
  • 4.3.2. Educators provide environments for developing many forms of leadership and leadership skills.
  • 4.3.3. Educators promote opportunities for leadership in community settings to effect positive change.
Standard 5: Programming
5.1. Variety of Programming. Students with gifts and talents participate in a variety of evidence-based programming options that enhance performance in cognitive and affective areas.
  • 5.1.2. Educators regularly use enrichment options to extend and deepen learning opportunities within and outside of the school setting.
  • 5.1.4. Educators regularly use individualized learning options such as mentorships, internships, online courses, and independent study.
5.7. Career Pathways. Students with gifts and talents identify future career goals and the talent development pathways to reach those goals.
  • 5.7.2. Educators facilitate mentorships, internships, and vocational programming experiences that match student interests and aptitudes.

Speakers
avatar for Robin Kroyer-Kubicek

Robin Kroyer-Kubicek

Career Pathways Education Consultant, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Tweet:@WisDPI_ACPRobin is a currently certified, former high school science teacher with a Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction; a Leadership Certificate in Career Pathways; and Leadership Training from the International Center for Leadership in Education. As a consultant, she has worked... Read More →


Friday November 2, 2018 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Tundra CD

Attendees (13)