Parenting for High Potential

Parenting for High Potential is the quarterly magazine designed for parents and others working to support and guide their gifted children at home and at school.

 

 

 

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December 2019

  • We've Come a Long Way...But Still Have a Long Way to Go, Edward R. Amend, Guest Editor
  • Issues of Assessment for Twice-Exceptional Youth, Megan Foley Nicpon
  • Awesome Advocacy for Your 2e Child: Tips to Start Strong and Avoid Mistakes, Barbara Jackson Gilman
  • Is My Child Twice Exceptional? Common Traits of 2e Children, Adapted from work by Linda K. Silverman, Barbara Jackson Gilman, Deirdre V. Lovecky, and Elizabeth Maxwell
  • Beyond the Neuropsychological Evaluation: Finding the Right Professionals to Support Your Child’s 2e Needs, Austina De Bonte

  • Twice Exceptionality: The Road Less Traveled, Kristy Mall

  • Essential 2e Resources for Parents

 

 

 

 

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September 2019

  • A Note from the Editor, Kathleen Nilles
  • Parent to Parent: Blueprints for Starting the School Year Right, NAGC’s Parent Editorial Content and Advisory Board
  • Nurturing Giftedness at Home with Young Learners, Jennifer Wellberg
  • Being Mindful of Emotions: CHECKing in on Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence, Emily Mofield and Megan Parker Peters
  • Assessment, Acceleration, and Optimal Learning: The Talent Search Model, Susan Corwith
  • You Can Do It, Too! Be an Effective Advocate in Your Child’s School, Jen Zatchey
  • Essential Resources for Parents from NAGC, Editor

 

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June 2019

  • A Note from the Editor, Kathleen Nilles
  • Parenting High-Ability African American Children: Navigating the Two-Edged Sword of Giftedness, Jessa D. Luckey Goudelock
  • Let’s Unleash Talent Development for Leadership in Gifted Learners, Jean Chandler
  • Developing Global Awareness in Gifted Children Through Martial Arts, Krista M. Stith
  • Bibliotherapy by the Campfire: Meeting the Social and Emotional Needs of Students through Picture Books, Tracy Alley
  • My Child is Reading Another Book: 10 Ways to Spark a Love of Learning through Social Engagement and Creativity, Kristi A. Mascher
  • Create a Secure World for Your Child, Deborah Reber
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March 2019

  • A Note from the Editor, Kathleen Nilles
  • Reigniting Your Child’s Passion for Learning: A Team Approach to Educating Your Child, Lori Alexander
  • Language and Literacy Experiences to Engage and Challenge All Children with Talent Potential, Christine Carr
  • Help Your Children SOAR to Academic Success, Kenneth A. Kiewra
  • Altered Carbon: How Parents Can Encourage and Support Gifted Children’s Interest in STEM with Readily Available Tools and Apps, Stephen T. Schroth, Janese Daniels, and Kimberly McCormick
  • Supportive Conversations for Transitioning Your Child to a Magnet or Self-Contained Gifted School, Corinne Green
  • Make a Ruckus When You Need To, Deborah Reber

 

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December 2018

  • Changing Minds: Giftedness Around the Globe, M. René Islas
  • Self-Select Bridges the Gap for Australian Adolescents, Christine Ireland
  • The Power of Parent Advocacy in New Zealand, Rosemary Cathcart
  • Parents Make a Difference: Creating a Parental Intervention Program in Brazil, Renata Muniz Prado, Denise de Souza Fleith, & Daniela Vilarinho-Rezende
  • Gifted Dropouts: How This Dutch Program Helps Struggling Students Get Back on Track, Tijl Koenderink & Femke Hovinga
  • In Perspective: Viewpoints from Greece, Peru, Czech Republic, and Ireland, Danae Deligeorge, Sheyla Blumen, Stanislav Zelenda, & Colm O’Reilly
  • The International Torrance Legacy Creativity Awards, Joan Franklin Smutny
  • How Kenyan Parents Maximize Their Children’s Full Potential, Margaretta Swigert-Gacheru
  • Parenting Gifted Children: Voices from India, Jyoti Sharma, Shobha Bagai, Pankaj Tyagi, & Bibhu Biswal
  • The Importance of Finding Your People, Deborah Reber

September 2018

  • Roles in Gifted Education: A Parent’s Guide, Ashley Y. Carpenter and Stacy M. Hayden
  • Getting an A+ in Parent Participation: Helping Your Child Succeed in the Classroom, Dr. Pamela Roggeman
  • Perfectionism: Helping Gifted Children Learn Healthy Strategies and Create Realistic Expectations, Dr. Hope E. Wilson and Dr. Jill L. Adelson
  • A Book Study Framework to Help Parents Understand Giftedness & Gifted Programming, Amanda Franklin and Dr. Kristina Henry Collins
  • How to Start an Academic Competition in Your Child’s School, Pamela M. Peters
  • Stop Fighting Who Your Child Is and Lean In, Deborah Reber
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June 2018

  • Why Is There a Gay Pride Flag on My 9-Year-Old’s Backpack?, Dr. Paul James “P. J.” Sedillo
  • Getting Gifted Kids Outdoors: Tips for a Summer of Play, Dr. Leigh Ann Fish and Dr. Patti Ensel Bailie
  • Doing Poorly on Purpose: Making School Matter for Gifted Kids, Dr. James R. Delisle
  • Just for Kids: Making Education Work for You: There’s No Need to Wear What Doesn’t Fit, Dr. Jim Delisle
  • Bully Proofing Your Twice-Exceptional Child, Amra Mohammed
  • Identity, Purpose, and Happiness: Helping High-Achieving Adolescents Find All Three, Kathryn Grubbs
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March 2018

  • New “Gifted” Media Provide Springboards for Discussion, Dr. Charles Hyatt
  • Using Environmental Science Investigations to Challenge Gifted Children, Dr. Stephen Schroth
  • Sports that Work for Gifted Children, Scott Lutostanski
  • How to Discuss Books with Your Kids (Even When You Haven’t Read Them!), Dr. Elissa F. Brown and Michele Joerg
  • Tabletop Games in a Digital World, Dr. Carolyn Ragatz and Zach Ragatz
  • Looking at Media Through a Different Lens, Dr. Sylvia Rimm

 

December 2017

  • The Power We Hold in Our Hands, Dr. Sally Krisel
  • The Need for Second Language Learning, Dr. Joyce VanTassel-Baska, Dr. Bronwyn McFarlane, and Ariel Baska
  • Helping Your Child Manage Stress Through Mindfulness, Dr. Michele Kane
  • Stressed Out? Mindfulness Works: Student Guide, Dr. Michele Kane
  • Ask an Expert: How to Advocate When You Move, Lisa Conrad
  • Do’s and Don’ts for Motivating Your High-Ability Child, Dr. Del Siegle and Dr. D. Betsy McCoach
  • Nurturing Gifted Girls’ Self-Concept and Academics at Home, Lauren Broome
  • Sparking Leadership in Gifted Girls, Kate Bachtel

 

September 2017

  • Back-to-School Survival Kit: A Note from the Editor
  • Mindsets Matter for Gifted Children by Megan Parker Peters and Emily Molfield
  • Letting Go While Holding On: Parent Guide to Teaching Self-Advocacy by Deb Douglas
  • Changing Blah to Ahhhhh!: Student Guide to Being a Self-Advocate by Deb Douglas
  • Selecting the "Right" Early Childhood Program for Your Precocious Preschooler by Leigh Ann Fish
  • From Identification to Ivy League: Nurturing Multiple Interests and Multi-Potentiality in Gifted Students by Kristina Henry Collins

 

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