Tag Archives: parents

Becoming a Learning Detective

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

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Confessions of a gifted mother

Our guest blogger is a mother of gifted children, sharing her story through a list of confessions. DISCLAIMER: I may be gifted and I am the mother of 2 gifted children, but I do not see myself as gifted at … Continue reading

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Nurture the Gift

Guest post by a mother of gifted children. I offered to write this post. I have the best of intentions but sometimes have difficulty in carrying them through. The blog tour has started and I am still scratching my head. … Continue reading

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Peer Support – Is it Time for a “Think Group” Phenomenon?

It’s an honour to be blogging for SENG’s US-based National Parenting Gifted Children Week. They’ve started with a conference, and I hear great news of how well it has been going. Congratulations to all those involved! National Parenting Gifted Children Week … Continue reading


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Top ten things I wish all teachers knew about giftedness

Today our guest blogger brings us a parent’s perspective, and one which I hope will be widely read. Mona Chicks shares ten things she wishes every teacher understood about gifted kids. Thank you Mona! Mona’s brand new blog is at http://lifewithintensity.blogspot.com/.  … Continue reading

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