Identifying & Recognizing Giftedness

Identifying and Recognizing Giftedness by Tiombe Kendrick Did your child begin reading before the first day of preschool? Do you know a child who is extremely talented in the visual and performing arts? Does your godchild exhibit an in depth understanding of math and...

Building Resilience

by Rosina M. Gallagher When things go awry, and you land face down… “Get yourself up, dust yourself off, and start all over again.” Sound advice. Psychologists call this process, resilience, “the capacity to rise above difficult circumstances and keep moving forward...

Dear Teachers of the Gifted

by Lori Comallie-Caplan Each month a different member of the SENG team describes a personal passion in the realm of social and emotional needs of the gifted. In the last SENG Update, Director Jane Hesslein shared an article for parents, “What Your Kids Want You to...

Why We Homeschooled

Why We Homeschooled by Lisa Rivero “Every gifted homeschooling story starts with an individual child and family.” That’s how I began a recent presentation in Hartford, Connecticut, at the New England Conference for the Gifted, co-sponsored by SENG. The topic was...
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