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This Adult Biography tells the story of nurse, wife, mother and grandmother, Dianah Kwiatkowski, who joined the Army Reserve at 47-years of age and two months later was shipped to the Persian Gulf War. She shares her life-altering experience in this day to day account.
This Adult Biography shares single mother, Sgt. Sara Raye's custody battle that ensued when her husband stole full custody while she served in the Persian Gulf War. This important story influenced changes in the way the Army deals with single parents.
Currently OUT OF PRINT, this book spelled out the process of getting published from idea to book. Although geared to educators, the information was applicable to all genres.
This CD, a road map to supporting the needs of gifted children, is put out by the National Association for Gifted Children and includes a collection of essays and articles written by professionals in the field of gifted education. Two of my articles appear at Mile Marker three and one at Mile Marker four.
Follow the Bauman family as they try to find answers to helping their gifted daughter deal with boredom in school. This 45-minute drama includes a 25 minute talk to parents by National Gifted Consultant, Susan Winebrenner.
This DVD presents an historical perspective on giftedness with vignettes acted out by children that dramatize the characteristics of being gifted. Great to use as a spring board for discussion with administrators, educators, parents and gifted kids themselves.
Gifted children are perhaps the most misunderstood of all. It's not a question of ego. It's a difference in the way young minds process information that demands different rearing techniques and teaching strategies. This FLIP BOOK helps parents and teachers understand each others point-of-view, experiences and limitations.
This collection of poetry written by gifted children from all over the country, is designed for them to read about what it means to be gifted as told through their own words. The title gives the wrong impression of this gem.
Teachers Guide to using open-ended story books like, If I Were A Road, If I Were A Table, The Great Bridge Lowering and Arlie the Alligator. Multiple story starters make this a classroom favorite.
The Arlie the Alligator Communication Activity Guide brings the story-song picture book into the classroom; full theatrical production, sheet music, Reader's Theatre Script + classroom activities keyed K-6+. Communications theme.
Original Arlie the Alligator set the stage for the wonderful children's mini-musical in story book form.
Introducing the NEW Arlie the Alligator: A Story and Picture Book for Kids Ages 4 to 8! Same story. Same wonderful songs. New illustrations!