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Gifted children and adults are often misunderstood. Their excitement is viewed as excessive, their high energy as hyperactivity, their persistence as nagging, their imagination as not paying attention, their passion as being disruptive, their strong emotions and sensitivity as immaturity, their creativity and self-directedness as oppositional.

This resource describes these overexcitabilities and strategies for dealing with children and adults who are experiencing them, and provides essential information about Dabrowski s Theory of Positive Disintegration. Learn practical methods for nurturing sensitivity, intensity, perfectionism, and much more.


This is an excellent book that will help you find some wonderful books to help guide your child’s reading.

Books give important emotional and intellectual support for gifted children, many of whom face unique issues in their lives due to their special talents and abilities. The author describes how to use books as bibliotherapy to provide support, guidance, and insight.



      This comprehensive guide provides parents with a wealth of information in an easy to read format. It’s an ideal resource for those starting out on their gifted journey as well as those who are simply eager to learn more. You will find practical and recent information including what giftedness is (and isn’t), identification, IQ testing, social and emotional aspects of giftedness, friendship, educational needs, and more besides.

Anyone with an interest in giftedness will return to this guide book time and time again. Written in order to answer the questions most frequently asked by parents, it serves as an indispensable resource to help parents deal with the joys and challenges of raising gifted kids.

What does it mean to be “gifted”? What’s good–and not so good–about being identified as gifted? How can parents make sure their gifted children get the learning opportunities they need? How can parents cope with the unique challenges gifted kids present? Every parent of a gifted child has questions like these. You’ll learn what giftedness is (and isn’t), what makes gifted kids so special, how kids are identified as gifted, and why some kids fall through the cracks during the identification process. You’ll discover encouraging, practical tips for living with your gifted child–and handling the endless questions, high energy, and too-smart mouth that often go along with giftedness. You’ll find out how to keep from raising a “nerd,” how to prevent perfectionism, and when to get help. And you’ll learn how to advocate for your child’s education at school

This book is packed with tips and strategies which will build your knowledge and confidence so that you can                 
effectively advocate for your child at school. It will lead you through the process of gathering and organising the             information you need, help you learn how to build a positive relationship with your child’s school, prepare for meetings, explain how to communicate effectively, and leave you feeling confident that you can guide the process of seeking the education that fits your child.






















This is a FREE ebook :) .

You know your child is gifted when . . . your five-year-old gives you permission to use the dictionary during Scrabble. Or your eight-year-old solves your computer problems.

Parenting a gifted child can be a mixed blessing. It helps to know what to look for, what to expect, and what other parents have experienced. This light-hearted introduction to life with a gifted child is a great place to start.



                              Why do gifted and talented girls so often fail to realize their potential as they reach adolescence and adulthood? This outstanding book summarizes research on gifted girls, presents biographies of eminent women and examines the current educational and family milieu. From this, Dr. Kerr gives practical advice to parents, teachers and policy-makers about ways to help gifted girls reach their potential. Bright women who read this book will see themselves and their issues and will find it very helpful. This is the third edition of Dr. Kerr’s powerful book.






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