Fostering Tomorrow’s Thought Leaders and Global Change-Makers

by Daniel Rirdan, Threshold School I grew up during the seventies in the outskirts of Tel Aviv, Israel. Back then and there, being a gifted child was a straightforward affair: There was one (and only) Dr. Landau at Tel Aviv University, who ran a gifted kids club. If you thought yourself … Continue reading

Teaching Your Kid How to Connect with Others through RDI

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This post contains Amazon Affiliate links. As an affiliate, GHF receives a small commission on items sold through our Amazon Affiliate links or GHF Amazon Store which helps support GHF’s mission. by Sarah C. Wayland, Ph.D., Guiding Exceptional Parents While many parents homeschool because they know that customizing their child’s education is critical for … Continue reading

Communicating Effectively with the Gifted Child

Bob Yamtich in a GHF Premium Plus Institutional Member. To learn about GHF’s Institutional Membership levels and benefits, please go to http://giftedhomeschoolers.org/membership-options/institutional-membership/. by Bob Yamtich, Consulting & Coaching for Effective Communication I am thrilled and honored to be a Gifted Homeschoolers Forum (GHF) Institutional Member. I am a trained therapist who has been an advocate for … Continue reading

What I Wish I’d Learned: A School Psychologist Learns about Giftedness

by Caitlin Fitzpatrick Curley, Author of My Little Poppies All of my certifications expired this year. Every single one. I earned my MA/CAGS in School Psychology at a top university. I was passionate about my career. I absolutely loved working in urban settings: Boston, Chelsea, and Lowell, Massachusetts. I have always … Continue reading

Lifelong Homeschooler Madeline “Demi” Shea: The Advantages of Learner-led Home Education

by Madeline “Demi” Shea I am fourteen years old, and one of four children in my family. I’ve been homeschooled all my life-really, since I was born! It’s always just been a natural part of life for me, and I remember being shocked when kids asked why I didn’t go … Continue reading