Looking for Ways to Help Kids Learn at Home? Looking for great, free resources for learning from home? Whether it’s due to school closure, summer break, homeschooling, or just wanting to build a house of learning, I’m sharing some great ideas. Resources are available to help you facilitate learning at home, and most are at […]
Every Christmas, I put away the children’s books that fill a basket in my family room and exchange them for beloved Christmas stories. In our home, it wouldn’t be Christmas without reading these favorites, both old and new. Most have tattered covers now, yet they are precious to me. I decided to share my favorites […]
I love books, so when I was at the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children Conference in Nashville, TN, I went to every session about books. Luckily, there were several great ones! At one of them a fave person of mine, Lynette Breedlove from the Gatton Academy, shared a list of books for gifted […]
I think #gtchat is a fantastic resource for both parents and teachers of the gifted, and it’s time I gave it a little love. It began as solely a Twitter chat that happened once a week (with a few skips for holidays, etc.), but it’s grown to be a community. You can find it on […]
Have I got a mega list of teacher resources and ideas for you today, my friends. On July 16th, I was in Houston (Katy, to be precise) facilitating a GT professional development for the Houston GT Co-op. There were 300 awesome teachers there. I asked them all to share a teaching tip, a tech […]
Interested in sketchnoting? Here’s how I learned and what you need to know.