Nine links from around the web: counting puzzles, sleep advice, early attempts at GoPros, and the rules of animation.
Prepare like crazy so you can wing it.
Are bests the same as favorites? Can your class come up with a suitable definition of the difference?
After it was recommended dozens of times, I finally read The Mysterious Benedict and I wish I had read it sooner!
To understand how giftedness and physical energy are connected, stop picturing a fidgety kid interrupting the class. Instead imagine him deeply engrossed in his favorite activity.
It’s tax season here in the US! The obvious classroom application is a math lesson about percents, but taxes can lead to an even more interesting discussion within language arts and social studies.
Seven fascinating links from around the web. Use them as inspiration for a lesson, to open the day with a fun picture, or simply food for thought.
A 15 second, inspirational video, using pictures of every video game console.
It’s so easy to assume gifted kids will be the academic leaders in a classroom. Beacons of light for the other kids to follow. Dina Brulles and Susan Winebrenner explain the problem…
Announcing this year’s International Torrance Legacy Creativity Award. Encourage your kids to apply!