• Title: Parenting and Teaching the Gifted
  • Author: Rosemary Callard-Szulgit
  • ISBN: 9780810845282
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Parenting and Teaching the Gifted Parents of gifted students have often experienced the frustration of trying to get an appropriate education for their children in public and private schools Teachers have equally experienced the frust
    Parents of gifted students have often experienced the frustration of trying to get an appropriate education for their children in public and private schools Teachers have equally experienced the frustration of trying to educate these students due to classroom demands Over the past two decades, Callard Szulgit has accumulated well over 1,000 questions asked by parents inParents of gifted students have often experienced the frustration of trying to get an appropriate education for their children in public and private schools Teachers have equally experienced the frustration of trying to educate these students due to classroom demands Over the past two decades, Callard Szulgit has accumulated well over 1,000 questions asked by parents in her gifted parenting classes, her graduate students of gifted education, education colleagues, and gifted students themselves This user friendly book offers common sense and educationally informative answers to the questions and dilemmas that parents and teachers seek Six chapters are devoted to Who are the Gifted and Talented , Programming and Curriculum Development, Perfectionism and Social Emotional Development, Time Management Homework Issues, Advocacy, and Gifted Children Speak Out Humorous cartoons illustrate the text This book will be of interest to all who seek a fair and equitable education for the gifted.

    One Reply to “Parenting and Teaching the Gifted”

    1. The author seems highly qualified and genuinely helpful, but this book reads like a webpage. I did learn a little about gifted students and how I can help them in class, but this is a more generalized overview.

    2. THANKS for telling these stories and bringing this forward - as a college professor, but not a mother - I still want to read your work.

    3. I found this book to be helpful in guiding parents/teachers to challenge children who need more than grade level curriculum without overwhelming them with volumes of busy work.

    4. much of this info is available on the NAGC website. I was looking for different info, especially relating to all aspects of parenting, not just education.

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