Articles About the Gifted Community

My Poppy. My Eesa.

By Maleeha Ahmad I remember it crystal clear. The day he was born. He looked right into my eyes. Turned his head around and stared intently at me. He was ten hours old. Born different. I was a first time mother. Shocked at the prospect of motherhood. Shocked that a...

SMPG's – The Heart of SENG

SMPG's - The Heart of SENG  By: The SENG BOD Team “The concept appears to be a paradox: ‘Instruction’ and ‘conversation’ are often antithetical, the one implying authority and planning, the other equality and responsiveness. The task of teaching is to resolve this...

James T. Webb Scholarship — Apply Today!

The James T. Webb Scholarship extends the opportunity for identified gifted and talented students from culturally diverse populations and their parents to participate in the SENG Annual Conference. More...

Giftedness has always been part of my life.

By Lisa Hancock Giftedness has always been part of my life, but there was a long period during which I didn’t realize it. Looking back as an adult and parent of four gifted kids, I can now see how being gifted affected every stage of my life. My own experience growing...

The SENG Circle

     By: Kate Bachtel; SENG President   Gratitude    As 2015 closes, the SENG team is reflecting on the past year and identifying areas for growth. We are grateful for each of the amazing individuals within our  community. Wherever you are, whatever your stage in life...

AN ISSUE IN SHERLOCK THAT ANNOYS ME AND WHY.

By Alexis Bruce Just some thoughts about perspectives on and the portrayal of intelligence in Sherlock. First of all, one thing you need to know is that I was a TA for a little while when I was in high school at a school for highly intelligent children, children who,...

SMPG: The Heart of SENG – In The Spirit of Service

In The Spirit of Service by Kate Bachtel “Our continuing goal is to help gifted children and their families not only to obtain important knowledge, but also to understand and accept themselves and others in ways that value, nurture, and support them in families,...

Feature Article: The SENG Professional Advisory Committee

– Perhaps More Important Today Than Ever by Marianne Kuzujanakis It was with wisdom that SENG’s founding members, including Dr. James T. Webb, established a SENG Professional Advisory Committee shortly after incorporation as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in 2000....

Gifted Blog Reviews: Blogs for Teachers

Blogs for Teachers By Carolyn Kottmeyer Blogs abound for the gifted parent, but it’s harder to find a blog focused on the teacher of the gifted. This month, we offer a couple blogs dedicated to these hard-working educators, offering excellent information not only for...

Director's Corner: Big News at SENG

Big News at SENG by Tiombe Bisa Kendrick-Dunn, SENG Board President Change is inevitable in our everyday lives and is cyclical. The seasons (winter, spring, summer, and fall) are symbolic of the changes in the lives of mankind. Since January 2015, SENG has had to say...

Fly

Fly by Maddy Casper, age 9 I try to think of myself as someone regular,but everything I doIt affects it all.I tell myself-Get backUp and be yourself,You can be anything you want to beAnd fly.Just fly.I don't fit in with mostPeople, so I guess I'm justDifferentBut...

Blog Review 2014 Wrap-Up

Blog Review 2014 Wrap-Up by Carolyn Kottmeyer and Amy Harrington Take some time during this holiday season to look back over the list of blogs we’ve reviewed so far in 2014. Then take some time to suggest other blogs for us to look at! “Paula’s posts are short and...

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