Gifted Children: The Importance of Finding Intellectual Peers and Community

Gifted Children: The Importance of Finding Intellectual Peers and Community. All kids need friends, but asynchrony exacerbates the challenge of finding a like-minded peer. Intellectual, emotional and developmental differences, societal misperceptions, and more may contribute to a sense of loneliness even in the midst of a group of age peers. Read the … Continue reading

Gifted Wins: Greek and Roman Mythology

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Nathan participated in the fall semester of GHF Online’s Beyond Percy Jackson: Real Stories of Greek and Roman Mythology Class with Allison Stieger. Recently, he visited the Seattle Art Museum’s Impression Exhibit, where he proceeded to proudly share the entire myth of Bacchus and Ariadne with me, his father, and … Continue reading

The STEAM-Powered Education of Gifted Kids

by Gwyn Ridenhour, STEAM-Powered Classroom I’m pleased to be here with GHF as a guest blogger today. I am the creator and author of the STEAM-Powered Classroom website, where I talk about homeschooling, hybrid education, and a hands-on approach that values student empowerment and entrepreneurship. STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and … Continue reading