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by | Oct 13, 2019 | No Comments
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{Click on short video below} Imagination is something that we verbally recognize in our culture, but often do not have reflected in our lives. This week, I had the honor and pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Michael Piechowski, Senior Fellow at the Institute of Educational Advancement and Professor Ameritus at…

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by | Oct 6, 2019 | No Comments
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{Click on video below} Focusing on performance can do a disservice to gifted children who then become accustomed to external accolades and are unable to recognize the value in process. This focus on product over process can also make it difficult for them to tolerate the twists and turns of…

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by | Sep 29, 2019 | No Comments
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{Click on video interview below} When most individuals think about gifted children, academics and talent comes to mind. This focus tends to overshadow the rich, complex inner world that often collides head-on with societal norms and expectations; creating social and emotional firestorms that are difficult to contain. It is, therefore, imperative that we teach social…

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by | Sep 22, 2019 | No Comments
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{Click on video interview below} What one thing can parents do now to help their gifted child to thrive in the future? When asked this question, Julie Skolnick, Founder of With Understanding Comes Calm and 2 Days of 2e, was confident of her answer –  “Boost their Self-Esteem.” This comes…

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by | Sep 15, 2019 | 2 Comments
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{Click on video below} We want our children to accept themselves just as they are, but the fact is that we, gifted parents, with all that glorious perfectionism and metacognition, often struggle to practice this ourselves. Funny enough, sometimes it’s through helping our kids that we end up helping ourselves.  This week,…

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by | Aug 26, 2019 | No Comments
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{Click on video below} Some gifted children do not experience failure until later in life and when it happens, it can hit pretty hard. So what can we, as parents, do to instill persistence in our children? This week we find out by highlighting the work of Linda Leviton, Director…

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by | Aug 20, 2019 | No Comments
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{Click on video below} Our efforts to ensure that children have the best outcomes can sometimes cause us to lose sight of the whole point of education. In this video, we take some advice from the inspiring Founder and Director of Hoagies’ Gifted Inc., Carolyn Kottmeyer, on the importance of providing children with learning…

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by | Jul 7, 2019 | No Comments
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{Click on video below} Gifted children are highly sensitive and greatly impact by the daunting amount of stimuli hitting their emotions each day. Sometimes, it can be hard for them to maintain a positive outlook on life.  This week, we turn to Roya Klingner, the Founder and Head of the Global Center…

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by | Jun 16, 2019 | No Comments
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Hey Dads! This week I want to turn the spotlight on you. Some of you keep a very low profile but your presence shines bright in the lives of your children. You know why? Because of who you are! You read story after story with them at bedtime when all…

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by | Jun 2, 2019 | No Comments
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Happy Summer! In this week’s short video, we take an in-depth look at the variety of connections in our lives. Many of us think we honor difference, but do we? It is in the best interest of our children and our world that we be willing to entertain a little introspection. Please click…

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