Emily On the Road
Gifted and twice-exceptional learners need greater understanding and support. Combining her experience as a teacher in gifted education programming, mental health counselor for gifted and 2e people, and parent of her own high-energy 2e kids, Emily provides training and talks on a wide range of topics related to the development of high-ability learners.
A frequent presenter at national conferences (including NAGC, WCGTC, ACA, and ASCA) and experienced trainer for professional development in educational settings, attendees of Emily’s presentations gain new insights and awareness of how to support gifted and twice-exceptional learners.
Emily would love to come and speak to your group about the needs of neurodiverse learners. She is available to provide:
Conference Breakout Sessions
Professional Development Training for teachers, counselors, and other educators
Parent and Community talks
October 24-25, 2019: 6-Hour Professional Development Training: Educating Twice-Exceptional Learners, Prince William County Schools, Manassas, VA
November 7-10, 2019: Survival Mode: How to Help Gifted Kids Deal with Trauma, National Association for Gifted Children Conference, Albuquerque, NM
November 7-10, 2019: When 'Because I Said So' Doesn't Work - Strategies for Parenting High-Ability Learners, National Association for Gifted Children Conference, Albuquerque, NM
November 14-15, 2019: Keynote and Breakout Speaker, Colegio Nueva Granada Learning Symposium, Bogota, Colombia
“Emily Kircher-Morris was amazing discussing the social/emotional needs of gifted kids. We need her to be teaching these strategies to other classroom teachers.”
“(We need to) have Emily come more than just one/two sessions. She is amazing and we have learned so much for her with strategies with our gifted kids.”
"We've developed our entire year-long PD goal based on Emily's presentation. She helped us understand our 2e learners in a new way."