Insights into Gifted Youth
- July 17, 2017
- Creating Creative Children
Despite what you may have heard, creativity can be learned, and our children need to be taught how to do it now more than ever.
- By Lisa Van Gemert
- Back to Basics
Why many leading experts now say the smart ways to nourish your child's brain are free, easy, and already found in a nurturing environment.
- Language Lessons
As the need lessens for English speakers to acquire a second language to be able to communicate when traveling or conducting business, the research on the advantages to multilingualism is deepening, broadening and gaining traction.
- Making Friends
Making friends can be difficult for anyone, but gifted youth and adults have unique hurdles. Find out how to navigate the maze.
- Succeeding in school
Steve Broe's son is bright, above average in many ways — but you'd never know it from his grades. Here are one parent's tips for helping your gifted student succeed in school.
- Is my child bright?
Whether or not a child is gifted is a concern to many parents, judging by the letters received by Mensa's Gifted Youth Coordinators. When the parents of students in a gifted center were surveyed, certain trends emerged.
- By Roxanne Cramer
- Gifted characteristics
This summary of the characteristics of gifted youth is based on the research of Dr. J. Renzulli and reprinted with permission of the National Association for Gifted Children.