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A Message from New Zealand...

Back from NAGC in Charlotte, and intending to post a blog about the final panel of this year’s convention, I am instead sharing what Rosemary Cathcart (the newest member of the Columbus Group, whose Reach Education online course won an award this year from NAGC’s Professional Development Network–and who flew from the other side of the world to receive it) posted in NZ yesterday. 846 more words

Parenting

How Homeschooling Helped My Gifted Child

By Suji Rajagopal

A few years ago, another parent and I were waiting for our kids to finish a swim lesson when he asked what school my child goes to. 1,119 more words

Homeschooling

The Value of Challenge

Almost all parents of highly to profoundly gifted children know quite well that one of the major difficulties in their children’s education is a lack of appropriate intellectual challenge. 2,087 more words

Parenting

Your Gifted Child: More Than An Amazing Intellect

The characteristic that convinces a parent that their child is gifted is often an impressive vocabulary or mathematical ability.  This is the criteria that will get them into the “G and T” program in school, and is often a source of pride for both parents and children.   564 more words

Parenting

Asynchrony, you're killing me

Oh Asynchrony, you’re going to be the death of me! Whenever I get frustrated throughout the day, you’re almost always behind it. Every time I ask myself “WHY?!” there you are, whispering in my ear in your stupid sing-song voice. 933 more words

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