Gifted Education: What I Wished I Knew Sooner!

by Carolyn Kottmeyer I started learning about gifted education by accident of birth: my first daughter’s birth. As with most things she’s taught me, I had no idea I was learning at first. Over the years, I’ve learned a great deal about gifted education; and there are...

What I’ve Learned from Parents of Gifted Children

by Arlene DeVries That bright enthusiastic parent who reaches out to you with a warm, “Hello,” seems to have everything going for him or her. Who would guess under that façade is one who may be experiencing feelings of frustration, alienation, and confusion about the...

Basic Recipe for Parent Advocates

by Mary Lovell Recipe Makes One Serving: As parents, we are our children’s first advocates* — their first voice. Most parents advocate for their children in some way, but for those of us with gifted children, we often come to that point quite by accident. We...
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