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Playing Chopsticks...When You Should be Playing Mozart...

We all know the maxim: “If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.”

We tend to describe ourselves very “hammer-like”…very vanilla…not too much to us…I’m just an x or y…not much talent needed to do what I do…I work at so so so…I work in accounting…I am a doctor…I own a business. 201 more words

2. Know Yourself

A petition...

For the first time, I attended the very first board meeting at our school district tonight. Didn’t know what to expect, I sat down and listened with an open mind. 266 more words


Depression is More Than Being Tired

I have not posted since December and for good reason. I have been deciding whether or not this is even something I should be posting, you know, too much information that no one wants to hear. 810 more words

Everyday Life

Review of Redbird Mathematics (Formerly EPGY) and a Promo Code for Savings

*Disclaimer: I am not being compensated in any way for this post. All opinions in this post are my own.

What makes Redbird Mathematics different from all of the other online Math programs available? 579 more words


Group work and the deaf, gifted learner

In the multi-purpose room all the fifth grade families are sitting at lunch tables, listening to a presentation that explains about the Big Group Project our kids are about to start working on. 1,024 more words


Child Genius

by Louise

Risely brought up this program, so I gave it a go. I haven’t made it all the way through but probably will by the time this post goes up. 207 more words


Why Gifted Students Can Benefit from SOI Assessment

There are many kinds of giftedness. One of the most common misconceptions about gifted individuals is that they will excel in all areas.

Some individuals who are highly academically gifted can be very average when it comes to creativity. 739 more words