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We're Different By Design

Pins on topics related to education and neurodiversity, which is a fancy way of saying that different isn't necessarily a bad thing--if you nurture it carefully. Also included pins related to social and emotional well-being.

6 Types of Gifted Kids: the Challenging

You're not a chronic overthinker. #gifted #giftedadults

"Honestly, I still cringe a little when I talk or write about my being gifted..." • What I've Learned About Being Gifted As An Adult •

EXCELLENT vlog re: challenges of gifted/2e minority students #gtchat. Via @Gifted Homeschoolers Forum "Gifted Parenting" blog hop

"A clinical understanding of giftedness as a holistic, inherent cognitive difference has only now begun to explode into popular culture." - Jade Rivera

You’re not a “chronic overthinker”… You’re a visionary! | Sara Yamtich Coaching

Breakthrough Study Reveals Biological Basis for Sensory Processing Disorders in Kids |

Gifted Children and Adults—Neglected Areas of Practice

Gifted Challenges: Caught in the middle: How to help gifted children survive the middle school years via @Gifted Homeschoolers Forum

"Gifted, Poor and Sassy" - A Guest Post by Jade Rivera

5 Anger Management Methods For Individuals With Special Needs | Friendship Circle -- Special Needs Blog

Entelechy. It's like the PhD version of your meta-cognition.

Living with (not indulging) intensity (and overexcitabilities)

Authoritative Teaching and Gifted Children by Jade Ann Rivera

Many cloaks in the closet (or learning how to parent a complex needs child without feeling constantly overwhelmed) From Laughing at Chaos. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking eBook: Susan Cain: Kindle Store <---$2.99 right now (02/06/2014)

"I couldn’t believe that I was staring at a valid explanation of my anxiety and depression. I don’t have to wonder what’s wrong with me anymore..." #gifted #multipotentiality

The best board games for gifted and talented students

Identifying gifted and talented students. Mom I thought you might find this interesting.