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Representation Matters!

Show your gifted children themselves in the pages of a book – take the time to introduce books of varying races, creeds, and walks of life. 133 more words


Are You Taking Care of Yourself, Gifted Teacher?

The rate of burnout in gifted teacher is very high. When surveyed with other special education teachers, they ranked near the top of the list. Why is that? 386 more words


Librarian as School Counselor to the Gifted

Sometimes those who work in libraries wear a lot of different hats. If you work in a smaller school, there is a chance that the school counselor is covering a lot of ground, and librarians may find themselves playing the role otherwise saved for the counselor. 271 more words


“Differentness twice over” – what do we know about multi-exceptional learners in our schools?

Dr Louise Tapper

This week is Gifted Awareness Week – a time when those who support our gifted and talented children and young people look to put the spotlight on the educational and affective needs of this group of learners in our schools and centres. 1,339 more words

Hey Gifted Kids: What About a Vision Board or Idea Wall?

I saw a picture of Henry Miller’s desk once (and of course I haven’t seen it since, but would love to come across it again to save it) and on the wall surrounding his desk was scraps of paper with ideas he wanted to use in his novels. 355 more words


Serving Gifted Adults

In a public library, not only can we serve gifted children, but we can look out for their parents too. When parents come in and want to know more about their emotionally sensitive or accelerated student, it may help them to learn more about themselves. 404 more words


Big Dreams

Last night was the first night in about a week that my daughter didn’t wake up from coughing fits at 2 am and couldn’t return to sleep. 1,452 more words