Once a parent realizes that their toddler is gifted, panic often sets in. As the child recites the scientific names for all the plants she sees, or uses foam blocks to create accurate reproductions of castles … Continue reading
Why Is High-Achieving Synonymous with Being Gifted?
When people hear “gifted,” they often assume that means high-achieving, especially academically. How did these two … Continue reading
Revisiting 2E Issues
The issues that come with giftedness and twice-exceptionality never really disappear.
We all need refresher courses on how to best support and cope with … Continue reading
When Did You First Realize Your Child Was Gifted/2E/Different?
Many parents realize early on that something is different about their child. The … Continue reading
In the world of misnomers, the term “gifted” ranks high.
True, understanding concepts way above one’s age-level or creating insightful works most … Continue reading
Your Gifted Child: The Light at the End of the Tunnel
Raising a gifted child can be overwhelming. The intellectual pace, the emotional roller coasters, … Continue reading
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, … Continue reading
by Carissa Leventis-Cox
Learned Seven Languages, but Mastered None
In my academic life, I have learned Spanish, Tagalog, Mandarin, German, Italian, and French (in addition to English), but unfortunately I do not keep up with any of my foreign languages. I have forgotten … Continue reading
Being gifted can be its own challenge, but many gifted kids face additional hurdles which can mask or hamper their potential. Join these twice-exceptional kids and their families … Continue reading
I’m a headstrong person who does not care to have anyone approving my curriculum (and I live in a state with that freedom). While in high school, my child knew he wanted to try out … Continue reading