May 9 2009 Gifted Education Newsletter
The Input - Output Dilemma
What can you about a gifted child who doesn't produce "output" that matches his prodigious "input" ?
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Are you running out of ideas to keep your avid reader engaged with appropriate books? Ask your local librarian for assistance. Free public libraries are underused and underappreciated. If you haven't been to the library in a while, you might be surprised at all they have to offer. A good librarian can offer great suggestions for advanced readers. You might also find that your library has downloadable audiobooks for a variety of gadgets. They may also have dvds and audio books from The Teaching Company, Standard Deviants, etc. If you enjoy the libraries resources, I encourage you to take a few minutes to thank a librarian in person, or to write a letter of appreciation.
Lorel Shea, Gifted Education Editor
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