100 Words of Wisdom: Vidisha Patel

100 Words of Wisdom: Vidisha Patel Savor the silence. In working with gifted children I have learned that the spaces between the words teach me so much more. Focusing on what the children say and how they say it (is saying and how they are saying) helps me better...

100 Words of Wisdom: Jane Hesslein

100 Words of Wisdom: Jane Hesslein One of the things I enjoy most about teaching gifted 10-year-olds is the knowledge that they are going to challenge me. I know it’s coming; I just never know what direction it will come from. Each class finds something new in a book...

100 Words of Wisdom: Ed Amend

100 Words of Wisdom: Ed Amend “A gifted child needs TIME. Time to be a gifted student, time to be a gifted kid, and time to be a kid. These ‘times’ may overlap; they may also be distinct. A gifted student needs opportunities to learn, explore, delve,...

100 Words of Wisdom: Judy Galbraith

100 Words of Wisdom: Judy Galbraith “If I have any wisdom about giftedness, most of it has come from gifted kids themselves. Their questions, opinions, insights, and challenges have kept me on my toes as an educator, author, and publisher for over 30 years. One...

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