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“With So Many Books, Where Do I Start?”
Recommended Reading On Giftedness

I am often asked by both parents and educators, “There are so many books on gifted, where should I start?” Search “books on gifted” on Amazon and you’ll get over 10,000 results. If you’re looking for a good entry point regarding giftedness, … Continue reading

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Recommended Reading On Giftedness

8 Questions With Terry About Gifted and Talented

Michele Chambers is getting a Masters degree in Gifted and Talented education from Denver’s Regis University. An assignment for her class “Advocacy, Service-Learning, and Twice-Exceptional” was to interview experts in the field of gifted ed. Michelle and I are on … Continue reading

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Giftedness 101- essential reading for people teaching, working and living with gifted individuals

I read a new book written by my friend Linda Kreger Silverman. She’s contributed to over 300 publications, and her latest book is The Psych 101 Series: Giftedness 101. This is an invaluable resource for anyone who is in need … Continue reading

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Students react to Silverman’s 100 Words Of Widsom

I asked students in my high school GT discussion group to react to this statement: “Giftedness is not what you do or how hard you work. It is who you are. You think differently. You experience life intensely. You care … Continue reading

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