Angela Wayning

Giftedness: The Psychology and Education Facts Your Gifted Child Needs (2 in 1 Combo)

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This is a 2-book bundle, which has the following topics:
Book 1: Where do you go if your child is gifted? Should you do anything differently? This question lies at the heart of this book, as well as other sub-topics that relate to it. Your knowledge will increase about giftedness, and solutions will be provided for a problematic child who is looking for the right therapist. Someone with an expert opinion and degree in psychology could definitely be beneficial to your child’s development. In this book, we’ll break down what to look for in a therapist like that.
One particular topic in this book is asynchronous development in children. This term refers to an unequal intellectual, physical, and psychological development. This is typical in gifted children, because their intellect may be way ahead of their physique or emotional maturity. And this can cause both opportunities and problems. Last but not least, this guide will address the issue of choosing the right teacher or class for you child. You don’t want your son or daughter to be stuck with a bad teacher, so this book can help you become more selective and weed out the bad ones.
Book 2: Gifted children are typically a bit more advanced in their thinking, but they still need to be taught how to apply that intelligence towards practical goals. This is where problem-solving skills come in. This book devotes at least one chapter to that topic.
Aside from that, there are gold nuggets to be found about homework dilemma’s, dealing with depressive minds or sadness, and the existential, gloomy questions that lurk in a gifted person’s mind about the far-fetched problems in the world, or even in the universe.
At the end of the book, we’ll take you to the most common things to look for in schools, and several programs that help gifted children grow faster academically, so they can reach their full potential.
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