Taking off the Behavioral Masks that Gifted Children Hide Behind – Ramblings of a Gifted Teacher

Sometimes it seems so simple to identify the gifted children in your classroom. They answer all the questions, they read very well, and can make friends very easy. Sometimes they are labeled “teacher pleasers” or the “teacher’s pet.” But there are those that don’t fit this mold or the stereotypical nerdy child you see in…
— Read on ramblingsofagiftedteacher.wordpress.com/2018/01/30/taking-off-the-behavioral-masks-that-gifted-children-hide-behind/

Published by giftedchildmom

Gifted Education Consultant Passionate Advocate for Children with High Potential Co-Author of Removing the Mask: Identifying and Developing Giftedness in Students from Poverty, 3rd Edition 35 years experience working with educators and students throughout Texas. Blogger at giftedchildmom.net

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