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This post is sort of like a guest post, but not quite. The brilliant Dr. Briscoe-Smith and I met in Oakland when she gave a presentation on implicit bias and how to talk about racism with kids. Her talk was so powerful that I knew I had to get her thoughts and...read more
True or False? One of the most difficult aspects of supporting a twice-exceptional child is their inconsistent performance when it comes to all sorts of tasks — everything from math to unloading the dishwasher. A parent recently stated this to me, and I’ve...read more
This month, my friend and colleague, Megan Maxwell-Smith has written a brilliant guest post that I think will resonate with many of you. Megan, an online writing coach, shares four activities to engage reluctant students to write. Check out Part 1 of this two-part...read more
This month, my friend and colleague, Megan Maxwell-Smith has written a brilliant guest post that I think will resonate with many of you. Megan, an online writing coach, shares why she thinks writing needs to be priority for our children’s education. (This is...read more
This week will conclude my first-semester teaching chemistry online for GHF Online. Up until recently, my online teaching experience was limited to working with students one-on-one. I quickly realized that teaching groups online is a whole other animal. An animal that...read more
I help them by using a modified version of a simple method called the Pomodoro Technique. Created by Francesco Cirillo in the 1980’s, the Pomodoro Technique uses a timer to manage work into bite-size pieces. Pomodoro is Italian for tomato; the technique is named for the ubiquitous tomato-shaped timer found in kitchens all over the world.read more
Nearly every day since its publication on GHF Press, last month I have heard from readers how Micro-Schools: Creating Personalized Learning on a Budget has helped them see what is possible for their children. It’s been a humbling experience, and I’ve come to realize...read more
This is a sponsored post; I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I want you to know that all opinions expressed herein are my own. This blog post also contains amazon affiliate links. If you’d like to support my mission of gifted advocacy and education...read more
“What if I just got lucky?” It’s the question that lives in the hearts and minds of every person struggling with impostor syndrome. Along with, “Next time, I’ll fail and then everyone will know I’m not clever after all.” When a person is living with impostor syndrome,...read more
Do children evolve into perfectionists? Or are they born that way? The short answer is “yes”. To both. But things are never so simple. So here’s the longer answer: There are two major varieties of perfectionism at play at any given moment. The first variety is inborn...read more
Jade gave us great empathy and feedback when all we received from other professionals was judgment and blame. She taught us how to play to our sons strengths while lessening the frustration level of the entire family.Father of a 5 year old boy
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