Category: Social & Emotional Needs
Gifted individuals have very distinct emotional needs. Things in this category focus on how to fulfill those needs.
I have a gifted perfectionist in my home. (Well, more than one, if I want to look in the mirror.) Parenting such a kiddo can be overwhelming, so when WAETAG (Washington Association for Educators of the Talented and Gifted) offered a webinar on the subject, I hurried to register. The speaker was Lisa Van Gemert, […]
PATH > Social & Emotional Needs Linda Silverman: The Unique Inner Lives of Gifted Children Lecture Notes – Part II Lecture Notes – Continued For the first part of my lecture notes, click here. After discussing the external pressures on gifted kids, Linda shifted to present the balance of her content to discuss internal […]
PATH > Social & Emotional Needs Linda Silverman: The Unique Inner Lives of Gifted Children Lecture Notes – Part I Lecture Notes I recently attended a lecture on the unique emotional needs of gifted learners and how those manifest in “over-excitabilities”. The session was presented by the legendary Dr. Linda Silverman, one of the […]
https://www.sengifted.org/post/neuroscience-of-anxiety-in-the-bright-brain This is a fantastic look at why so many gifted kids seem anxious so much of the time. An important read for all parents of gifted children.
Happy New Year, everyone! I have several things to share with you all, so be prepared for a few posts. 😊 Chris Everett, Tahoma SD’s administrator over elementary high cap, forwarded me an announcement about SENG (Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted) model parent groups starting up in the region. You can click on this link […]