April CHAT night


Sponsored by MCGT East Metro Chapter
Topic: Executive Function & Gifted Teens

What is executive function?
• A set of mental processes that helps connect past experience with present action. Used to perform activities such as planning, organizing, strategizing, paying attention to and remembering details, and managing time and space.
• Actions we perform so as to accomplish self-control, goal-directed behavior, and the maximization of future outcomes.
• In school, at home, or in the workplace, we’re called on all day, every day, to self-regulate behavior.

Speaker:
Lisa Rivero will be our guest speaker
• Lisa currently serves on the national board of SENG.

When: Thursday, April 12th, 2012, 6:30pm

Where: District 622 Education Center (see directions below)
2520 East 12th Avenue
North St. Paul, MN

Eastbound Highway 36, take McKnight Road exit and go north, take a right (going east) at 11th Avenue East, 11th Avenue East will turn into East 12th Avenue, go past North High School and the District Education Center will be the second building past the school (both on the right side of the road). Park on the east side of the Dist 622 building.

Westbound Hwy 36, take Margaret St Exit, go up ramp. At stop sign go straight ahead Dist 622 building is on the left

East Metro Council for the Gifted and Talented is a local chapter of the state wide organization; Minnesota Council for the Gifted and Talented (MCGT).  An East Metro wide, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting better understanding of and educational services for gifted and talented children.

Although we are primarily made up of parents, all people with ties to the East Metro and have an interest in gifted and talented issues are welcome at all of our meetings.

Children are welcome to attend. No child care will be provided.

For more info contact Deb Singletary [email protected]
or Brenda Jo Carlson [email protected] / 651-210-6657

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