Parenting Lessons

by Shari Hill As we begin another year, we tend to reflect on the past. Though I find the “should haves,” “could haves,” and “wish I hads,” a waste of energy, I do have some constructive thoughts to share from parenting my own brood. I wish I...

Advocacy

by Edward R. Amend Summer is here — the SENG conference is coming and I am excited to have this opportunity to address the supporters of SENG in advance of my keynote at the upcoming conference. As I sat in front of the computer and reflected upon the message I hoped...

Focus on Learning

by Wenda Sheard Each school year brings new expectations. All over the world, parents and teachers tell children “earn good grades” and “do your best” in school. In the case of gifted children, however, giving such advice can be problematic. In this article, I’ll...

Teenager Logic

by Nadia Webb For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong. –  H.L. Mencken Adolescence is a time of daydreaming about the future, sometimes fearfully, but usually with great optimism. This is developmentally as it should be. The...
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