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Blogs of Gifted Teachers

SENG (Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted) has made a wonderful list of blogs of gifted educators.


Database Additions

Have you checked out the latest additions to the database? I am always adding new titles to the list, and the most recent list is “the Drive to Understand.”


Dr. Gallagher's Concern for Gifted Learners Beyond Academics

Siegle, D. (2015). Dr. James Gallagher’s Concern for Gifted Learners Beyond Academics. Journal for the Education of the Gifted, 38(1), 58-63.

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Starting a Bibliotherapy Group

Reading Some of My Best Friends Are Books, I came across a few guidelines for setting up your own bibliotherapy discussion group. Halsted gives these “rules” as suggestions only, and I will do the same here, as I am not a certified bibliotherapist. 405 more words


The 8 Great Gripes of Gifted Parents

by Ben Koch and Emily VR

In one of our courses for parents of gifted students, we spend a session on “the 8 great gripes of gifted kids” as presented by Jim Delisle and Judy Galbraith in their landmark book,  2,422 more words

Parent Perspectives

Supersmart kids

by Finn

If we’re all honest with ourselves, many of us have very smart kids. Perhaps they’re not supersmart, but they’re well above average, and common topics of conversation here are related to our kids being smarter than their classmates, and sometimes smarter than their teachers. 114 more words

Like-Mindedness and the Denial Gene

by Justin Vawter

All men have a denial gene when it comes to aging and their ability to play sports.  It’s a complex chromosome that activates somewhere in a man’s late 20s and then takes full control of the prefrontal medial cortex by his late 30s.   1,003 more words

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