How to Keep Gifted Students Engaged and Learning
Gifted and talented elementary activities and tips for the classroom or for parents written from the perspective of a gifted child (the author of this education blog was identified as gifted early in elementary school so she tells in detail what helped her throughout her schooling, what she felt didn't help or left her feeling very bored or unchallenged or ignored, and so many other great tips that every teacher or parent of a gifted child should take a second to read!)
Gifted Children and Challenge - The Maker Mom
The Maker Mom: This I Believe, Gifted Education Edition. There are some " Mom" blogs that are a must for us to "pin." This is one of those blogs. Not only is it written from the heart, but the list that is shared at the end is a good idea for parents to share with any administrator.
Lima, Peru fine artist Ana Teresa Barboza #artistaday
Born in Lima, Peru in 1980, Ana Teresa Barboza lives and works in her native city. She studied painting in the Faculty of Art at Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (PCUP). Using embroidery, yarn, and wool, she creates landscapes and other imagery that exists in the space between tapestry and sculpture. Emulating the flow of waves or grass, each piece breaks out of its embroidery hoop and tumbles down the wall upon which it is being displayed.
The Mind of the Prodigy
The Mind of the Prodigy: A high IQ is not necessary to be a prodigy, but all prodigies scored off the charts in working memory - better than 99.9% of the general population. Working memory involves the ability to hold information in memory while being able to manipulate and process other incoming information. | Beautiful Minds, Scientific American