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Posts Tagged ‘ gifted ’

Books For Homeschooling Gifted Children

Gifted Books Accidental Genius by Kevin James Kearny and Cassidy Kearney Experienced home schoolers, Kevin and Cassidy Kearney explain in an easy-to-read guide– packed with examples– how you can take charge of the education of your gifted/special needs children. 1998 Paperback. And the Skylark Sings with Me by Albert, David H. A delightful book....
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Creative Home Schooling, by Lisa Rivero

Creative Home Schooling, by Lisa Rivero

Lisa Rivero is a freelance writer who began home schooling her bright son when he was not thriving in school. She has taught intense and creative learners in elementary classrooms and now leads a book discussion group for home schooled children.
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Gifted Catalogs and Programs for Homeschoolers

Gifted Catalogs and Programs for Homeschoolers

Gifted children need special resources. Grants and scholarships; programs, catalogs, and publications. Educating Your Gifted Child: How One Public School Teacher Embraced Homeschooling (Perspectives in Gifted Homeschooling) (Volume 6) by Celi Trepanier (Author), Sarah J. Wilson (Author) What would make a dedicated public school teacher decide to homeschool her own children? In her new...
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Gifted Children Homeschooling

Gifted Children Homeschooling

Books and links regarding research in the topic of Gifted Children Homeschooling. Are gifted children getting lost in the shuffle? Despite their remarkable success, researchers concluded that the profoundly gifted students had experienced roadblocks along the way that at times prevented them from achieving their full potential. Typical school settings were often unable to accommodate...
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Gifted Homeschoolers Mail Lists

Email Lists General Email Lists Gifted Homeschoolers Forum The purpose of this list is to create a network allowing communication and support among families homeschooling gifted children in the United States and around the world. Run by Gifted Homeschoolers. Homeschooling Extraordinary Kids Do you have an Accelerated Learner in one or more areas? Do...
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Gifted, But Troubled and Difficult

Gifted, But Troubled and Difficult

Your Atypical Child An excerpt from Making the Choice: When Typical School Doesn’t Fit Your Atypical Child, by Corin Barsly Goodwin and Mika Gustavson, GHF Press. Unfortunately, we live in a society in which the term different, especially when applied to children, is equated with “needs to be fixed.” Asynchrony: Homeschooling an Exceptionally Gifted...
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Helping Gifted Children Soar – Book Review

Helping Gifted Children Soar – Book Review

Very readable, well-organized, practical, on everything from dealing with pros and cons of special talents in the kids to responses that aren't always supportive in the teachers, to advocating for one's child. Essay by Ruth Richards, Creativity Researcher.
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Home School Programs for Gifted Children

Gifted home school programs These programs cater to the needs of gifted and talented youngsters that are homeschooling or need additional educational support. They frequently require qualifying results of IQ or other testing. The Gifted home school programs are fast-paced, and intended for highly motivated students. Accelerated Christian Education Accelerated Christian curriculum and support...
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Homeschooling Gifted Children Creatively

Homeschooling Gifted Children Creatively

A wealth of support and advice concerning creative approaches to homeschooling gifted children.
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Homeschooling Your 2e Child, by Kathy LaPan

Homeschooling Your 2e Child, by Kathy LaPan

Step by step guideline for getting started homeschooling your gifted and/or learning disabled child. Includes how to schedule your day and your year, buy curricula, find help in your community, and record keeping.
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