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Monthly Archives: September 2010
Shar-E-Fest is an E-Learning and M-Learning conference which I am currently attending. It has been quite a change for me to be with E-Learning people. While I provide distance education, I work within an organisation focused on the special educational … Continue reading
Chris Lehmann blogged on giving teachers feedback today: I wanted to give feedback to teachers in a way that was productive, useful, manageable, and as non-judgemental as possible. This is not the first time I have noticed how careful we … Continue reading
Hi Everyone, I have just updated my blogroll. If you have a blog dealing primarily in giftedness, and I have not included it, please leave me a message in the comments section – I’d love to hear from you 🙂
Here’s an article that has been retweeted a couple of times on Twitter. This article raises an interesting question: If you identify large numbers of children as gifted and talented, and if by gifted and talented you mean able to … Continue reading
Analyses of what make people successful will always vary depending on culture and the definition of success. However, I think it is important to discuss them with gifted students. Some of these students will develop innovative and wonderful ideas that … Continue reading
I got to half of #gtchat on creativity, and will be reading the transcript for the rest. There are always some very useful links posted, so it’s well worth a look. Transcript is at http://wthashtag.com/transcript.php?page_id=8668&start_date=2010-09-10&end_date=2010-09-11&export_type=HTML I see the earlier chat … Continue reading