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Inclusion for All:  Planning & Implementing Classroom Strategies for Gifted & Highly Capable Learners

A Workshop by Anita Churchville


Bangkok, Thailand

October 20 - 21, 2023 (Friday and Saturday)

8.30am - 3.30pm

Marriott Sukhumvit Park (Soi 24)

Target Audience

K-12 classroom educators, curriculum coordinators, learning coaches, special education personnel, school counselors.


The main objective of the workshop is to equip educators with the knowledge, tools, and strategies needed to create an inclusive classroom environment that effectively addresses the diverse needs of gifted and highly capable learners.


Participants will gain a deep understanding of the unique characteristics, learning preferences, and challenges of gifted and highly capable  students, enabling them to develop and implement tailored instructional approaches that foster optimal learning, engagement, and personal growth for every student in their classrooms.


By the end of the workshop, participants will possess a comprehensive toolkit of evidence-based strategies to nurture the potential of all learners, promoting academic excellence, social-emotional well-being, and a sense of belonging within the classroom community.


Day 1

Session  1: Understanding Giftedness, Informal Identification in the Classroom

Session 2: Planning for Inclusion and Differentiation (grouping, identifying goals)

Session 3: Classroom Strategies Part 1 (tiering instruction & “teaching up”)


Day 2

Session 1: Classroom Strategies Part 2 (curriculum compacting)

Session 2: Classroom Strategies Part 3 (subject acceleration & telescoped curriculum)

Session 3: Personalized Plans (individual and small group), Collaboration (with paraprofessionals and school personnel), Advocacy, Professional Development, and Networking

Workshop Fee & Registration

Individual - USD 690 per participant

Group of 3 or more - USD 650 per participant

For school based (onsite/online) workshop email

Workshop Facilitator


Anita Churchville is an educational consultant and founder of the HAGT Learners Collaborative. She currently coordinates the High Ability Program at the American School of Bombay and conducts professional development workshops, courses, and ongoing coaching at a number of private international schools with European and American curricula.


She previously created and coordinated special and gifted education programs at the American School of Doha and at Academia Cotopaxi. She also worked as a program specialist in the Los Angeles Unified School District in California, supporting 16 schools.


If you cancel the workshop will I get a refund?

We will refund the full workshop fee only.  Transportation and accommodation will not be refunded.  Do not book your accommodation and transport until you get a final email of confirmation from us.  

If I cannot make it to the workshop after registering and paying for it, will you offer a refund?

Given the logistics involved we will not be able to offer a refund, but you can transfer your registration to somebody else. 

Do you offer Continuing Education Credits?


Will I get a certificate of participation?


Please make sure you read our Terms & Conditions before applying.

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