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1705, 2018

Success Isn’t A Straight Line

By | May 17th, 2018|Categories: Resources|

Success Isn’t A Straight Line I love this graphic from Dmitri Martin’s This Is A Book. It holds such an important lesson for our students. I’ve noticed that students I speak to have a powerful fear of ruining their lives if they don’t get the right grades in the right classes while keeping up with the right extracurriculars. Life, as they see it, looks like this: Get [...]

1705, 2018

Is Your Child Gifted? What to Look for, Why You Should Know

By | May 17th, 2018|Categories: Resources|

David Palmer Ph.D. Source: Psychology Today Is Your Child Gifted? What to Look for, Why You Should Know How do you tell if your child is gifted? Schools that have programs for gifted students are often able to identify them by using traditional screening methods, like group IQ tests, review of achievement test scores and past grades, observation, and getting input from teachers and parents. So, [...]

1705, 2018

Calvin: The Unexpected Gifted Kid

By | May 17th, 2018|Categories: Resources|

Calvin: The Unexpected Gifted Kid All comics by Bill Watterson, © Universal uClick One of my favorite guides to understanding our students is Bertie Kingore’s breakdown of the traits of “gifted” and “high achieving” students. The traits in the “gifted” category always make me think of Calvin from Bill Watterson’s wonderful Calvin and Hobbes. Calvin and Gifted Characteristics As a kid, I read Calvin and Hobbes [...]

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