Healthy Transitions to the New Year

by Vidisha Patel Happy New Year! Traditionally, many mark the start of a new year with resolutions for things we want to do better, how we want to be better and act better. But in reality, we frequently start off the New Year exhausted. The shift in schedules from the...

You Don’t Have to Go It Alone

You Don’t Have to Go It Alone Author: Linda C. Neumann Citation:  First Published in the SENGVine, April 2011 If you’re raising a highly able athlete or musician, it’s assumed that you’ll rely on people with special expertise to help your child develop his or...

Making the Most of a SENG Conference

Making the Most of a SENG Conference by Jane Hesslein With Seattle’s SENG Summit so close (try that three times fast), it seems like a good time to think about how to get the most out of the experience. I’ve written before about how my own SENG conference attendance...

SENG Model Parent Groups

by Arlene DeVries Many of us who have long had a passion for SENG began our journey through the guided discussion groups for parents of the gifted. Parents of bright children often feel alienated, confused, overwhelmed, and frustrated. These discussion groups become a...

Educational Testing

by Richard Olenchak Despite increased political activism surrounding services and support for gifted and talented students at the state and national levels, one must wonder if the current test-driven mentality that has swept the United States is gifted-friendly....

Introversion

Introversion Author: Sharon Lind  Citation: From The SENG Update, July 2004 My overriding passion is to encourage people to cherish, celebrate, raise awareness about, and discuss individual differences. It is OK to be different, to feel differently. One group of...
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