MindCraft: Crafting Gifted Minds, Hearts and Bodies Through Play

  • January 21, 2020
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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MindCraft: Crafting Gifted Minds, Hearts and Bodies Through Play 


MCGT's Bloomington Chapter is hosting speaker Anne Tyler on Mindcraft: Crafting Gifted Minds, Hearts and Bodies Through Play


Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 6:30-8pm


Location: to be determined


FREE for MCGT members (join online here)

$5.00 for Non-Members


Sometimes executive functioning, emotional regulation, social skills and perfectionism can be challenging for gifted kids and teens. Escape into videogames is a growing concern. But, throughout childhood and adolescences, games and play continue to be one of the preferred methods of learning and communicating with others. Learn ways to mentor gifted kids through play and games and increase the chances they will learn better executive functioning, improve their emotional balance, reduce stress, and improve social skills. This presentation provides several examples of games, creativity, challenges and strategies to transfer play into learning in real life.


Questions? Contact Bloomington at bloomington@mcgt.net

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