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Prodigy Northwest provides students, parents and educators access and awareness to a broad assortment of learning topics relating to giftedness in youth.

  • Connecting Gifted Children in Spokane, Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho
  • Providing Resources to Gifted and Talented Youth
  • Identification of Gifted Learners
  • Enrichment, Activities and Programs
  • Creative Thinking and Problem-solving
  • Developing Social and Emotional Behaviors
  • Leadership Development
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Mentorships and Internships
  • Parenting the Gifted Child
  • Parent Support Groups
  • Assisting Underachieving Gifted Children
  • Supporting At-risk Gifted Youth
  • Best Practices for Teaching Highly Capable Students
  • Consultation for the Education of Gifted Children
  • Links to Research, Publications and Organizations Supporting Gifted Education
  • Differentiating for Gifted Students
  • Acceleration and Value-Added Learning

PRODIGY NW's vision is to develop a diverse pool of talented, community-minded individuals who possess advanced leadership abilities, creativity and a passion to make a positive impact both regionally and globally. We will achieve this through our mission to seek out and identify gifted and talented youth from all ethnicities and socio-economic backgrounds. We will ensure that both high achieving and at-risk gifted youth are provided resources and opportunities that maximize their potential and individuality.

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Visit Our Local Planetarium

Plan a family or classroom visit to the Eos Planetarium at Spokane Falls Community College.  For a listing and schedule of public shows, CLICK HERE!  For more information about field trips to the Planetarium, CLICK HERE!

 

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Highly Capable Students: Proven Strategies to Meet Their Needs
from: Sep 17, 2014 - 8:30 AM
     to: Oct 23, 2014 - 3:30 PM


September 17th and October 23rd, a two workshop series for all K-12 teachers and administrators.  Offered through ESD 101, for more information contact Brenda Carlson, 509-789-3527.  To register, go to more events >

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