May 23 2009 Gifted Education Newsletter
Enriching the Young Naturalist - review
This handy guidebook will assist parents and classroom teachers who wish to introduce the concept of scientific observation and the study of plants, animals, and the natural world. The author is Jeff Danielian, editor in chief of Teaching for High Potential.
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Testing season is drawing to a close, and many gifted students are breathing a heavy sigh of relief as they rest from months of SATs, APs, ACTs, and other tests. What's coming up next? Summer can be a great time to focus on a passion or to try something new. The summer months go by all too fast, and if the gifted students in your life don't have any plans, it might be a good idea to sit down and figure out some short term goals. Goal setting and planning is a valuable experience in itself. Your student might want to take an online course, take part in a community theater production, develop a service project, or read a series of classic novels. There are many wonderful opportunities for growth!
Lorel Shea, Gifted Education Editor
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