Category: Teaching Gifted Students
Practical resources and articles on how to teach gifted kids in ways that will help them flourish.
Just a quick happy note–cuz we all need those in 2020, am I right?–to share what a positive impact PATH is having in Tahoma School District (TSD). Last night, TSD held an info meeting about new proposed English curricula for middle school. Woven throughout the presentation were assertions that the team was considering the advanced […]
PATH > Teaching Gifted Students Lessons and feedback on WAETAG 2020 Two months into the school year and I still don’t feel like my family has settled into a new normal! In this changing educational climate, parents and kids alike are trying to learn a new system. But I wonder if we sometimes forget […]
Exciting news! I recently was invited by Scouting BSA (formerly called Boy Scouts of America) to give a presentation to all the units in our region about how to work with gifted kids in the scouting program. It was a whirlwind overview in which I introduced them to what being gifted actually means, why the […]
I recently attended a lecture by Linda Silverman, one of the leading experts in the field of gifted education. (See my notes: Part 1, Part 2). After the lecture, I had the opportunity to ask her about Tahoma’s current middle school needs: Q: We have an opportunity provide input to our district regarding the first […]