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Anne D. Sterling

Occupation: not-for-profit developer
Born: Evanston, Illinois, August 24, 1938
BA in History, New York University, 1964
Writing instructor, BOCES program gifted children, Poughkeepsie Pub. 639 more words


Life Skills Monday

The homeschool year is progressing and the calendar is getting fuller by the day. As a family of four we are busy with many trips and events but we are also continuing our year of saying “no” to invitations. 1,372 more words

Gifted Education

When a Teacher isn't a Teacher

I’ve always been in school.

I was enrolled in kindergarten early, then onward train through elementary, middle/high, undergrad, graduate school, then smack into teaching K-6. As long as I can remember, I’ve had a pretty regular zeitgeber- my internal clock fixated on a certain schedule- both daily and in a larger sense. 551 more words


Teaching Twice-Exceptional Students

By Susan Winebrenner, M.S., author of Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom

Do any of these kids remind you of students you have taught over the years? 526 more words

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3 Benefits of Homeschooling that don't get enough Press

Homeschooling isn’t perfect.  Like with brick & mortar schooling, sometimes its assets are also its deficits.  1:1 attention is great for in-depth book discussions that are incredibly abridged in the big classroom setting, and super great for field trips and science experiments too messy & impractical for the school classroom.  1,387 more words

Gifted Recommended Resources

Gifted and twice-exceptional children are complex (and amazing!) and require modifications in teaching and parenting. Here are a few resources to help you understand your child’s unique characteristics and give you practical tools for supporting your child’s growth. 219 more words

Gifted Education