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Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent

Sage Publications: Encyclopedia of Giftedness, Creativity, and Talent By Barbara Kerr “Giftedness as part of national school curricula in Europe has been, and still is, surrounded by some controversy because school systems generally and invariably reflect the philosophical foundation and the political will of any nation. The European Union alone accounts for 27 nations, each … Continue reading

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Gifted Kids and School: The Best Approach to Educating Einstein

Metroparent: Gifted Kids and School: The Best Approach to Educating Einstein By Kristen J. Gough Keeping super-smart children engaged, motivated and accepted can be an incredible challenge. Learn how to help your academically bright child. “Alison Kenyon looked forward to the start of school for her son, Emmett. “I just assumed he’d take the world … Continue reading

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Intellectual ability and cortical development in children and adolescents

Nature Magazine: Intellectual ability and cortical development in children and adolescents By: P. Shaw, D. Greenstein, J. Lerch, L. Clasen, R. Lenroot, N. Gogtay, A. Evans, J. Rapoport & J. Giedd “Children who are adept at any one of the three academic ‘R’s (reading, writing and arithmetic) tend to be good at the others, and … Continue reading

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Brain Development and Intelligence Linked

The Washington Post: Brain Development and Intelligence Linked, Study Says By Shankar Vedantam “The brains of very intelligent children appear to develop in a distinctive and surprising way that distinguishes them from less intelligent children, a federal study reported yesterday. The study is the first to try to measure whether differences in brain development are … Continue reading