Gifted AND Black
#BlackEdu Twitter Chat
#BlackEdu Twitter Chat: Gifted AND Black
Join gifted education scholar and NAACP Image Award nominee, Dr. Donna Y. Ford, as she discusses with #BlackEdu the under-representation of Black students in gifted education programs and the underachievement of gifted Black students. She will discuss: What is giftedness? Who are the gifted? And, the importance of gifted education access for Black students? This chat would be of interest to gifted students, parents, educators, and once identified gifted adults. Monday, February 17th, 8pm CST.
Recruiting and Retaining Culturally Different Students in Gifted Education
Teaching Culturally Diverse Gifted Students
Reversing Underachievement Among Gifted Black Students
In Search of Equity in Gifted Education
What is #BlackEdu?
#BlackEdu is a chat that is hosted on twitter. Created by Dr. Venus Evans-Winters (@ileducprof), the purpose of #BlackEdu is to discuss education, cultural and political issues that are of interest to the Black community and African Diaspora. This is the third year of the #BlackEdu chat on twitter.