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    Hi all! I am presenting at SENG in Houston on July 21 at 10:15am. If you're around to talk gifted ed, PBL, and/or action civics, please stop by!  https://www.sengifted.org/senghoustonfullschedule SENG SENG | ...

  • Hello, My name is Courtney Camp. This will be my first year as an Advanced Academics Specialist in Clear Creek ISD. I have taught 1st grade for 7 years with the gifted cluster for 5 of the 7. I have a passion for working with gifted students and cannot ...

  • Hello! I have lived in our wonderful state capital for over a decade and I am still surprised at the limited positions within the gifted education world. I am seeking a position in gifted education, in the Greater Austin Area. Please let me know if anyone ...

  • Welcome! Side-note: Lockhart is our favorite place to visit for YUMMY BBQ!!! We'll drive out of our way to go there. ------------------------------ Amber Norine Clear Creek ISD League City TX 281-284-0081 ------------------------------

  • Hello! My name is Amber Norine. This will be my first year as an Academic Specialist in Clear Creek ISD. I've been a Gen. Ed. teacher for the past 8 years. I've taught Kindergarten for a year, 2nd grade for 6 years, and last year I taught 1st grade.  ...

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