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  • Linda's Column

    Giftedness is not the potential for success. Success depends on opportunity and effort. For children to persist in the face of failure, psychologist Carol Dweck advocates that they be praised for their efforts, not their abilities. True.

  • Linda's Column

    I would like to propose a cure for height. Height is a social construction that provides unfair advantage to tall people.

  • Updates / Announcements

    This year’s SENG Conference took place in Denver, Colorado, on July 24 through 26. As always, the focus was on the social/emotional sides of giftedness and twice-exceptionality. In the July/August issue we provided coverage of some of the sessions we attended.

  • Updates / Announcements

    Advanced Development - a journal on adult giftedness - seeks articles for Volume 16

  • Updates / Announcements

    'Every parent believes that their child is special, but some kids actually are exceptional and deserve the label gifted.

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16 Jan 2016 -
9:00am to 4:00pm
Catherine Zakoian and Lumineux Institute present: Creating Sanctuary for Gifted Empaths: A Lab for Parents and Educators Saturday January 16, 2016 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

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Volume 2

This unique volume focuses on the contributions of Carl G. Jung but also has articles on Kazimierz Dabrowski and one of the founders of family therapy, Virginia Satir.

Visual Leap is a how-to book for teachers, students and parents interested in making learning easier. In step-by-step fashion, it presents an effective, universal, visual method to teach students how to think independently and critically, and how to organize their ideas for any instructional...

Peace Within, Peace Between

Peace Within, Peace Between speaks to individuals of all ages who want to live fuller, more loving and satisfying lives, as well as to coaches and therapists who wish to be more effective in their professional efforts.

Volume 14: Dabrowski and His Theory

Theory and research provide new insights into the life of Kazimierz Dabrowski and his Theory of Positive Disintegration and highlight his contribution to understanding psychological development, particularly in the gifted.

Challenging Highly Gifted Learners

Highly gifted students have unique needs, and in-class accommodations for the gifted rarely are adequate for those students.  The higher the level of giftedness, the more help that is needed to turn a risky school experience into a successful one.