High IQ Kids: Collected Insights, Information, and Personal Stories from the Experts
Kiesa Kay, Deborah Robson, Judy Fort Brenneman
Free Spirit Pub., 2007 - Education - 371 pages
Profoundly gifted kids often get the least help in school. It’s assumed they’re smart enough to succeed on their own, plus teachers (and parents) feel out of their depth with these unique kids. A blend of personal stories and practical strategies, scholarly articles and entertaining essays from a community of voices—parents, educators, authors, researchers, and other experts—this book addresses the joys and challenges of raising and teaching, living with and understanding exceptionally gifted kids of all ages. Recommended for any adult who wants to know more (and may be desperate to know more) about high-IQ kids and how to support them, advocate for them, and meet their social, emotional, and learning needs. Contributors include Karen Rogers, Ph.D., Carolyn Kottmeyer, Sally Reis, Ph.D., Joyce VanTassel-Baska, Ed.D., Miraca U. M. Gross, Ph.D., and many more.
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A very practical guide, organized by IQ range, including personality traits, affectations, pschyosocial tendencies, and worldview to help you understand your child, your adult child, yourself.
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