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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

Ed Research And Trends

Her brown eyes shimmered with unshed tears of frustration as she told us her story: She had endured years of public and private abuse growing up in an impoverished neighborhood.

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Spread your wings and fly.

“Until you spread your wings, you will have no idea how far you can fly…” – Tina Baines

Research Journal VIII

My last reference literature topic group: gifted teachers. I wanted to gain insight on the plight of gifted education professionals.


When Processing Speed Slows You Down

Most of my young clients who are twice-exceptional have neuropsychological assessment scores that highlight a variety of slow processing speeds. That asynchrony between their intellectual abilities and their processing issues leads some parents and teachers to label these kids as lazy, willful, or inattentive. 353 more words

Gifted Children

Multiplication in a visual way

Have your kids mastered the multiplication tables? Mine struggled initially despite making effort. I tried to help them by making silly rules for the most difficult numbers. 146 more words