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Extending Student Voice to Gifted Students

Accepting input from students concerning their education has become an important part of moving education forward today. Student voice isn’t necessarily spontaneous, and may need to be nurtured in students. 607 more words


Sojourn from The Chaos

It’s been a while since I last posted. I haven’t been on my Facebook page or Twitter, or on this blog. As it turns out raising two gifted kids is mentally and physically exhausting! 1,049 more words

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Gifted and Struggling? Meet the Twice Exceptional Student and How OT Can Help

I work with two amazing children that could be diagnosed as “twice exceptional”.  Both boys, they have amazing intellectual gifts (one verbal, one in math) but they work with me on their handwriting and their behavior.   509 more words


3 Ways My Gifted/AP Education Made Me Stupid

Growing up, there were three main traits that I considered to be the perfect summation of who I was.

 I was:


New Year, New Resolve

The first chat of 2017 saw many familiar faces from across the U.S. and the globe! It was exciting to see many participants who had not been able to join us in recent months and their presence is always appreciated. 328 more words


Why Gifted Education Belongs in Public School

by Emily VR, from a guest post on WeAreGifted2

I am a believer in public school.  Growing up, I attended public school from K – 12.  677 more words

Parent Perspectives

January 2017 Legal Update

This month’s update provides the highlights and practical implications of the following two major legal developments:

  1. Court decisions specific to response to intervention (RTI) continue to be limited in number, legal weight, and implementation guidance.
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