In a previous post, I shared a few of my experiences with others and my twice-exceptional son. I got a request to expand on that topic by pointing out a few learning disabilities that can mask giftedness. Before I do that though, I thought it best to list some of the behaviors and characteristics you may notice in your gifted child so you can have a starting point of reference. Continue reading Infographic: What Giftedness Really Looks Like
The dentist asks my seven-year-old son what grade he’s in, and he stares at the wall behind her, wondering what she means exactly.
Does she mean what grade level am I on, and if so, which subject? Should I say I’m homeschooled? Why does she want to know? Does she even know what homeschooling is about? Am I gonna have to explain that to her? Continue reading I’m Not (fill in the blank), I’m Gifted