Parenting for High Potential

Parenting for High Potential is a magazine focusing on Social Sciences

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 4, September

Back to School Survival Kit
We combed through the PHP archives for practical, how-to articles to help parents navigate the upcoming school year. All articles appear in back issues of Parenting for High Potential.Go to http://bit.ly/NAGCphp.ACCELERATIONGuilbault, K. (2014, December)....
Changing BLAH to AHHHHH!
Dear Student,I'll bet you were handed this article by a super supportive parent who has been making important school decisions for you forever. But this school year may be the right time for you to reverse those roles and take charge of your own education.Why?...
From Identification to Ivy League: Nurturing Multiple Interests and Multi-Potentiality in Gifted Students
Jon was a scholar/athlete. A talented football player with a critical mind, he embraced his dual identity as a scholarly athlete and an athletic scholar-even when others pushed him to choose one or the other. He worked smart and hard, thought critically...
Jon's Story: A STEM-Scholar Athlete
Jon was born and raised in the southeastern part of the United States where the culture of sports takes on a life of its own. Jon's athletic identity development is evident as far back as 3 months old in baby pictures taken with football props.As early...
Letting Go While Holding On
Dear Parent,Teaching our children to self-advocate is a lifelong gift. Though all people would benefit from speaking up for themselves, it's especially important for outliers like gifted kids. As they transition into middle and high school, they can...
Mindsets Matter for Gifted Children
Consider the following analogy: Left alone, a gifted child's ability is like vinegar in a cup. It sits still and stagnant. But, when we provide children opportunity, motivation, and a mindset that loves challenge, we add baking soda to the vinegar. Those...
Selecting the "Right" Early Childhood Program for Your Precocious Preschooler
As a parent of two young intellectually precocious girls, I struggled with where to send my children for school. How do I navigate the many options and assess whether a program is a "good fit" for my child? What happens if the program isn't a good fit?...
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