Tweet You sent in your request. Your kiddo’s been assessed. You’ve done all that you can do, and now you’re sitting and waiting for the IEP meeting. Most parents don’t know that there’s something else you can do before you walk into that meeting. Did you know you can request the results from the assessments […]

Tweet Has your kid ever come home, tears welling up in their eyes, holding out a test they failed, feeling totally bewildered as to why they failed it? Have you felt baffled, knowing they knew the material inside and out, wondering why they couldn’t perform? Many people suffer from test anxiety, and man oh man […]

Tweet You might be thinking are you really asking me if college is right for my kid? And, subconsciously your probably saying of course it is! You can be honest. I’m sure the title threw you off a tad bit, but something about it sparked your interest. Besides, you’re a lil shocked yet curious as […]

ReThinking Giftedness

by Queenie on June 17, 2010

Tweet When most people think about gifted students, the first thing that usually comes to mind, is an innate sense of knowing. Here are some interesting facts that I saw this online and thought I’d share it with you. 1. Einstein was four years old before he could speak and seven before he could read. […]

Tweet How has giftedness been traditionally defined? When many of us think about giftedness we are usually referring to one type of intelligence that is usually rooted in reading, math, writing etc.. The California Department of Education states that: Gifted and Talented Pupil:”means a pupil enrolled in a public elementary or secondary school who is […]