Our Blog is full of many stories. We collect and share stories so that we can start a conversation and change perceptions of giftedness and parenting gifted kids.
Parents have opened their hearts and shared stories of parenting their gifted kids so that…
♥ our community – educators, family, and policy-makers – understand the journey and how we can work together to raise happy adults, and;
♥ you can see you’re not alone and that we’re all taking one day at a time.
Enjoy! and if you’d like to contribute, let us know!
How to meet the needs of a gifted child & support their inherent rage to learn -see our guest blog by Dr Kathryn Murray and Gloria van Donge.
In this guest blog, Dr. Joanne Foster talks about how to meet gifted students’ learning needs and how to encourage effort in gifted students.
Our guest post by Dr Kathryn Murray and Gloria van Donge talks about the social and emotional wellbeing gifted kids need for learning.
Finding the right psychologist or therapist to help our gifted children is hard. Especially when we tend to doubt our parenting, here’s how I do it.
This blog looks at the ‘levels’ of giftedness created by Dr Deborah Ruf which led her to discover five distinct levels of giftedness.
Gifted kids with a learning challenge/ neurologically diverse are referred to as 2E or twice (or multi) exceptional. In this blog, we dive deeper into what that means.
Gifted kids love to learn and as parents we fear them missing out – but how do we find the balance with being well rounded?