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_SFparents版 - "Where have all the smart girls gone?": Panel discussion on gifted girls, April 28
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s*****r
发帖数: 1032
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Got this from a group email:
Where Have All the Smart Girls Gone?
Does your daughter…
Demonstrate heightened sensitivity and empathy?
“Dumb herself down” or otherwise act inauthentic to fit in?
Dismiss her success, especially in math and science and amplify her “
mistakes” or “shortcomings”?
Try to cover up when she doesn’t know how to do something for fear of
looking bad?
If any of these sound familiar, the reason may be that your daughter is “
gifted”.
Helios New School presents a free panel discussion with:
Dr. Yoky Matsuoka, MacArthur fellow, former Head of Innovation at Google
Anne Beneventi, Director of Admissions and Learning, Helios New School
Toni Ratzburg, family counselor with a focus on gifted children and
adolescents
Margret Caruso (Moderator), Partner at Quinn Emanuel, Trustee of the
Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts Foundation
When: Thursday, April 28 6:00 ­ 8:00 pm
Where: Oshman Family Jewish Community Center
3921 Fabian Way, Room E104 (Next to the JCC Cultural Arts Center)
Palo Alto, CA 94303
RSVP: by April 25 to (650) 223-8690 or via email to: i**[email protected]
Research shows that as early as preschool girls begin hiding their abilities
, making it difficult for parents to recognize giftedness in their daughters
. Worse, without parental advocacy teachers tend to overlook giftedness in
girls because they are performing at grade level and are generally compliant.
Neither the tiger nor the ostrich has the right parenting approach to
ensuring your daughter’s overall well-being. Simply pushing her or ignoring
danger signals can lead to problems down the line.
Unrecognized gifted girls are a lost resource to themselves, our families
and communities. Join our distinguished panel in exploring the complex topic
of intelligence.
Topics:
· Early identification of giftedness in girls.
· Why it is important to place them in a learning environment where
they are understood and encouraged to take intellectual risks, before their
abilities go underground.
· Social and emotional aspects of giftedness.
· Common pitfalls and dangers facing gifted girls.
Panelists:
Yoky Matsuoka is Torode Family Endowed Career Development Professor in
Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Washington. Her work
has been recognized with a MacArthur Fellowship, acclaimed as one of “The
Brilliant Ten” in Popular Science Magazine, “Top 10 Women to Watch in 2010
” by Barbie, and "Power 25” in Seattle Magazine. In addition, she was
awarded a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers from
the White House, an Anna Loomis McCandless Chair from Carnegie Mellon
University, and the Robotics and Automation Society Early Academic Career
Award from IEEE. In addition to being a professor, she was the Head of
Innovation at Google in 2010 to start Google [x] that is focused on
initiating new innovative projects that are outside of Google’s core
mission. Yoky received her Ph.D. at MIT in Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Computational
Neuroscience in 1998. She received an M.S. from MIT in 1995 and a B.S. from
UC Berkeley in 1993, both in EECS. She was also a Postdoctoral Fellow in
the Brain and Cognitive Sciences Department at MIT and in Mechanical
Engineering at Harvard University. She is currently Vice President of a
stealth startup building consumer products that will hit the market in 2011,
President of YokyWorks foundation that builds devices for people with
disabilities, and Director of a Center Initiative for Sensorimotor Neural
Engineering that is energized by over 100 research members and 20 industrial
partners. She welcomes young students, especially girls to her laboratory
and gives lectures at numerous k-12 schools to encourage girls to pursue
their passion in math and science. She was the spokeswoman for FIRST Lego
League’s Biomedical Engineering Challenge in 2010 and 2011. Through Barbie
’s initiative to encourage girls to pursue their dreams, “computer
engineer” was chosen as Barbie’s career for 2010 and Yoky was in Barbie
commercials that ran in movie theaters as well as being part of Barbie’s “
I can be Mentor” program. Her favorite activity is to play with her twin
daughters (Helios students) and her preschool son.
Learn more about Yoky at:
Yoky Matsuoka profile on NOVA: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/tech/yoky-matsuoka.html
Anne Beneventi is the Admissions Director and Director of Learning at Helios
New School. Since the inception of Helios, Anne has guided the school’s
vision and mission to support the academic and emotional needs of gifted
children.
Anne has had a passion for working with gifted children throughout her
career. She taught for over 20 years and during that time, she co-founded
Kaumeya International School in Alexandria, Egypt and Roeper West School for
the Gifted in Berkeley, CA. She also taught for 7 years at Nueva School in
Hillsborough, CA.
In 1989, Anne began working with Annemarie Roeper, a leading authority on
the gifted, evaluating children using the Annemarie Roeper Method of
Qualitative Assessment (QA). In 2000, she became the first Certified Master
Practitioner of QA and recently was officially named Annemarie Roeper’s
successor and the Director of the Annemarie Roeper Method of Qualitative
Assessment and QA training program.
In addition, Anne serves as the Professional Outreach Coordinator for Gifted
Homeschooler Forum, Community Advisor for the Summit Summer Camp for the
Gifted and Asynchronous Scholars Fund and is the Chair-Elect for the Global
Awareness Network of the National Association for Gifted Children.
Additionally, she is an Associate of the Gifted Development Center and is
certified as a Parent Group Facilitator for SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs
of the Gifted).
In 2002, Anne founded Children Evolving, a private consultation service
where she continues to advocate for gifted children. She lives in Portola
Valley with her husband, Tim.
Toni Ratzburg: As a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern at the Pacific
Wellness Center, Toni Ratzburg specializes in the social and emotional
development of youth. She provides individual and group therapy to gifted
children and teens as well as for those fighting eating disorders. In
addition, Toni works on-campus for a high school therapeutic special day
class in Los Altos. At the University of La Verne, she completed a double
major in Psychology and Studio Art and received her M.A. in Counseling
Psychology at Prescott College. While earning her M.A., she completed
extensive research on the development of self-confidence, social beliefs,
and emotional growth in girls. Through this research she developed a self-
empowerment and body image workshop for adolescent girls. Her background as
an artist allows her to integrate art and creativity into her work with
children and teens. Toni is now launching a program, entitled “Unlocking
the Treasure Within: Boosting Confidence, Building Inner Strength, and
Helping Children Love Their Self.” This program provides social and
emotional growth for youth and training for parents as well as clinicians
who work with children. Currently, she is the President and Founder of the
non-profit corporation Dream Believe Achieve (DBA) that supports youth and
their families experiencing critical illnesses and trauma. DBA has worked
in collaboration with organizations such as the Ronald McDonald House at
Stanford, the San Francisco 49ers, and El Camino Hospital. As Development
Associate for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, she launched a gift annuity process
and managed major fundraising campaigns. Focusing on the myriad challenges
girls face growing up, she developed and ran summer camps that focus on
athletic activities and life skills development. She extends her community
outreach by volunteering as a coach for female athletic teams. Her favorite
activities include running half-marathons, painting, and spending time with
her family.
Moderator:
Margret Caruso: Margret Caruso is a partner in the law firm Quinn Emanuel
Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP (the only AmLaw 100 firm with a female name partner
), where she focuses on trial and appellate work, primarily in intellectual
property fields. She has litigated significant copyright, trademark, and
false advertising matters, including "theft of ideas" copyright cases
involving television shows and films, and the successful defense of Google’
s AdWords program from trademark infringement suits. Margret is a graduate
of the University Professors Program of Boston University (B.A. in Politics
and Public Policy, summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa), which is BU’s
interdisciplinary program for gifted students, and Cornell Law School (cum
laude) where she was an Articles Editor of the Cornell Law Review. She is a
Trustee of the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts Foundation,
which is her alma mater and a statewide public magnet school for gifted high
school students, and she is a member of the Education Impact Circle of Full
Circle Fund, a philanthropic fund that focuses on identifying and
supporting innovators in education reform. She lives in Redwood City with
her husband Ron Turiello and their daughter (a Helios student) and preschool
son.
g*****y
发帖数: 256
2
正好抓住你问一下,跟你女儿一样大的女孩在哪学网球?
s*****r
发帖数: 1032
3
啊?我什么时候讲的?提醒一下我吧.

【在 g*****y 的大作中提到】
: 正好抓住你问一下,跟你女儿一样大的女孩在哪学网球?
s*****r
发帖数: 1032
4
啊?我什么时候讲的?提醒一下我吧.

【在 g*****y 的大作中提到】
: 正好抓住你问一下,跟你女儿一样大的女孩在哪学网球?
g*****y
发帖数: 256
5
你的网球头像呢?

【在 s*****r 的大作中提到】
: 啊?我什么时候讲的?提醒一下我吧.
s*****r
发帖数: 1032
6
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bay, I'm not sure.

【在 g*****y 的大作中提到】
: 你的网球头像呢?
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