At-Risk Gifted

by Therese Clifford On many occasions after spontaneous conversation with strangers, flipping on the TV to a random channel, or even overhearing conversation going on around me, I find myself wondering, “Do other people seem to run into social/emotional gifted stories...

Supporting Self-Esteem

by Beverly Shaklee “Losing with class.” That’s how the news reporters stated the fact that George Mason University basketball team lost the game to Florida in the Final Four NCAA basketball competition. Campus for the last two weeks has been a flurry of reporters,...

Making Sense of IQ

by Nadia Webb IQ tests measure a broad range of problem solving skills. The scores are fairly useful in predicting academic and job performance, as well as physical health and income. However, IQ tests are intrinsically incomplete. “The number” leaves out intellectual...

Brick House

by Nadia Webb On Monday I went the funeral of a gifted actor, father of three, and well-loved member of our little community. But all that love didn’t seep in past all of his pain. After years of struggling with bipolar disorder, he committed suicide, leaving his wife...
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