Feature Article: Thinking Along the Same Lines

Thinking Along the Same Lines by Tracy Riley While the literature and advocates in gifted education espouse the importance of facilitating opportunities for like-mindedness, what does it mean to be like-minded? Our research team asked four gifted year 8 students (ages...

100 Words of Wisdom: Jim Delisle

Many years ago a gifted young man told me something I’ve never forgotten: “The only thing worse than being denied opportunities is being forced to take them.” So many of our gifted kids are strivers and achievers, but they are still people who need...

Director's Corner: Oxygen

Oxygen By Evelyn King Metcalf It’s times like these, after a day in the trenches of teaching gifted eight-year-olds to write a paragraph, in the midst of “be nice,” “listen,” “use your ‘I’ statements” or “you’ve got a FISH in your pencil sharpener??” (this was...
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