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Some of the gifted children I have taught seem to be ‘knowledge detectives’. Not only do they detect new knowledge, but these children seem to do so with a kind of stealth which an undercover cop would be proud of. … Continue reading →
In Twitter #gtchat the other day, we talked about teaching gifted children to manage time effectively, and I think there was even a passing mention of (deep breath!) deadlines. This was all one of those delightful tangents you go down, … Continue reading →