The Compassionate Educators Show

Episode 30: Supporting Gifted Students and Recognizing Individuality with Sarah Buie

June 12, 2020 Marie Kueny/Sarah Buie Season 1 Episode 30
The Compassionate Educators Show
Episode 30: Supporting Gifted Students and Recognizing Individuality with Sarah Buie
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The Compassionate Educators Show
Episode 30: Supporting Gifted Students and Recognizing Individuality with Sarah Buie
Jun 12, 2020 Season 1 Episode 30
Marie Kueny/Sarah Buie

Have you ever wondered what students in the gifted & talented programs are really thinking about their experiences? Today's guest offers a unique perspective that can enrich and deepen your perspective of the gifted programs in the United States. 

Sarah Buie is a junior at Wichita State University studying psychology and public health.  She has had a unique educational experience by attending both private and public school, homeschooling, living on a college campus as a high school student, and participating in her public school's gifted and talented program.  

We discuss:

  • Sarah's unique perspective on the education system 
  • Her views on how to navigate the social world after skipping a grade, 
  • The role her family played in making important decisions,
  • Suggestions for educators in recognizing students' unique needs.

Enjoy the show!

Let's change lives together.

Join our Facebook community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/compassionateeducationresources/  for more resources.

EMAIL [email protected] or VISIT https://www.compassionateeducators.com/ to learn more about working directly with Marie and services she provides to educators and schools.



Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/compassionateeducationresources/)

Show Notes

Have you ever wondered what students in the gifted & talented programs are really thinking about their experiences? Today's guest offers a unique perspective that can enrich and deepen your perspective of the gifted programs in the United States. 

Sarah Buie is a junior at Wichita State University studying psychology and public health.  She has had a unique educational experience by attending both private and public school, homeschooling, living on a college campus as a high school student, and participating in her public school's gifted and talented program.  

We discuss:

  • Sarah's unique perspective on the education system 
  • Her views on how to navigate the social world after skipping a grade, 
  • The role her family played in making important decisions,
  • Suggestions for educators in recognizing students' unique needs.

Enjoy the show!

Let's change lives together.

Join our Facebook community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/compassionateeducationresources/  for more resources.

EMAIL [email protected] or VISIT https://www.compassionateeducators.com/ to learn more about working directly with Marie and services she provides to educators and schools.



Support the show (https://www.facebook.com/groups/compassionateeducationresources/)