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I will be starting a weekly series involving current issues that are affecting our world today. I will provide a stimulus of some form to get the discussions rolling. 95 more words


Web Tools that Encourage Creative Thinking: Flexibility

By: Katherine

I’m excited to share more technology tools with you that promote creative thinking! In this post I will focus on tools that encourage flexible thinking, which means to stretch your brain and think of things in unexpected ways. 346 more words

Creative Corner

Why Your Gifted Child Isn’t Living Up to Expectations (And What You Can Do About It)

By Jim Delisle, Ph.D.

Of all the issues confronting gifted kids, their parents, and their teachers, one of the most contentious can be whittled down to one word: expectations. 995 more words

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KAGE Summer Conference 2015: Creativity and Giftedness

Hi everyone!

I know – I’m late. But to my defense, I’m getting ready for a month-long teachers’ trip to China and I’m in the process of moving back to the old home place to prepare for my new G/T job. 210 more words


Fighting Tooth and Nail: ramblings in parts

A/N: Lengthy talk of suicide, self harm, abuse, and bullying. Read with your safety in mind. All names apart from my own have been changed to protect identity. 3,009 more words

The wildest winds

My guest blogger, Imogen, is a student of Gifted Online. She has contributed a poem which exudes the confidence and resilience we want for all of the children we teach. 66 more words


Making Military Moves Successful

Tis the season!

Military families around the world are packing their homes into boxes, saying good-bye to friends, and heading off to another duty station. Whether it be a “typical” PCS move or a move to closer to care for a parent who has been injured in the line of duty (or even a non-military related move), this is a tough time for families. 596 more words