Today, for all my wonderful readers, I wanted to show you the cover of the book,
Gifted Myths: And Easy-to-Read Guide to the Myths, Science and History of the Gifted and Twice-Exceptional.
And in exciting news, it will be available for purchase from GHF Press in December, just in time for Christmas!
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When a family seeks help for their child, myths on giftedness are often weaponised against them. The desperation I saw among families – and even my own desperation at times – lead me to write my book on the history and science of Gifted Myths.
From the moment I realised we were on this roller-coaster of a journey, I have had as much to unlearn as to learn. Almost everything I knew, or thought I knew was wrong.
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The Broward County experiments change the face of gifted education research – this is why.
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Transitions. It’s a struggle. As the giant executive functioning fairy went on holiday rather than delivering to our house, getting things done is hard. Changing from one activity to another is hard. Remembering to do stuff is hard.
So we hack our brains instead. Here are some things that help.
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Grand Plans. They never end well. I have them all here in my planning journal. What I do each week to keep on top of things. This week we were hit with a mould demon, and I realised that sometimes, I just can’t do all the things.
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