GTLD Network Zimbabwe will hold its third expert forum titled “The importance of assessment for helping bright students with learning differences.” Expert speakers will include Dr. Dixon Chibanda (child psychologist specialising in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), Dr. Wendy Beamish (educational psychologist who evaluates diverse students) and Ms. Robyn Taylor (Occupational Therapist). Parents, teachers, and other professionals striving to support bright students with learning differences are encouraged to attend. Venue: Arrupe College. First year lecture room across from their multipurpose hall. 16 Link Road, Mount Pleasant. At intersection of The Chase and Pendennis Road, turn up the hill towards UZ. Take the second street on the left. Go to end on left. Parking available at back near chapel. Date: Tuesday September 20. Time: 5:00-6:30 pm Agenda: 5:00-5:30 pm - informal chatting/ networking. Please come early. 5:30 - 6:30 - Expert speakers with time for open questions at end Any Questions?: Contact GTLD Network Zimbabwe Co-chairs Gabrielle Herderschee-Hunter <email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> (0777055975) and/or Katy Rudder <email@example.com <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>m> (0775553745) Mission Statement: GTLD Network Zimbabwe is a support group for parents, teachers and other professionals working to help “gifted and talented” students with “learning differences” (GTLD students). The goals of GTLD Network Zimbabwe are to: (a) reduce stigma of Learning Disabilities in Zimbabwe; (b) foster awareness of evidence-based strategies to help GTLD students; and (c) generally support each other in our shared quests to improve educational experiences for bright kids and youth with LDs.
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