Gifted Awareness Week in Australia and New Zealand

Follow information about the upcoming Gifted Awareness Week from Australia and New Zealand.

Article: “Intellectually Gifted Kids And Learning Disabilities Often Go Hand In Hand” By Catherine Wormald

Another important read: “Intellectually Gifted Kids And Learning Disabilities Often Go Hand In Hand“, by Catherine Wormald.

Article: “QUIRKS OF THE GIFTED BRAIN” By Nicole LaChance

Following up on the last article, another very important read: “QUIRKS OF THE GIFTED BRAIN” By Nicole LaChance.

Article: “The dark side of being the ‘gifted kid'” From the Calgary Herald

A good read with very real situations. Knowing how to properly support emotional needs is very important, “The dark side of being the ‘gifted kid‘”, from the Calgary Herald.

Article: “EXTRAORDINARY LOVE: WHAT I’VE LEARNED AS THE MOTHER OF A TWICE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD” By Ginny Kochis

Many will have sat though the moment when their child  asks if they are different, or perhaps hear the story from their child about being told that they are different. This is a nice angle: “EXTRAORDINARY LOVE: WHAT I’VE LEARNED AS THE MOTHER OF A TWICE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD“, by Ginny Kochis.

Article: “Halloran: ‘Grit’ overrated as a secret to success” By Sara Halloran

With recent focus being placed upon the importance of “grit”, this is a nice balance: “Halloran: ‘Grit’ overrated as a secret to success“, by Sara Halloran.

Article: “8 Ways Bullying Impacts the Gifted Student. Learn why gifted students are targeted and how it affects them” By Sherri Gordon

Sadly an often common problem, “8 Ways Bullying Impacts the Gifted Student. Learn why gifted students are targeted and how it affects them“, by Sherri Gordon. It is important to share this information as much as possible.

Article: “Mysteries of Giftedness: One does not equal all.” From Blog “Adventures Of Hahn Academy”

A personal story that readers will resonate with: “Mysteries of Giftedness: One does not equal all.” From blog, “Adventures Of Hahn Academy“.

Article: “Talking sense: What sensory processing disorder says about autism” By Sarah Deweerdt

Often there can be overlapping characteristics in children, and it is important to understand as much as we can to help guide them: “Talking sense: What sensory processing disorder says about autism“, by Sarah Deweerdt.

Article:”Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Gifted Intensity Emotional intensity’s role in giftedness and creativity” By Lisa Rivero M.A.

Emotional Intensities. Enough said – many parents will relate: “Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Gifted Intensity Emotional intensity’s role in giftedness and creativity“, by Lisa Rivero M.A..