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They Say My Kid's Gifted, Now What?: Ideas for Parents for Understanding and Working with Schools

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They Say My Kid's Gifted, Now What?: Ideas for Parents for Understanding and Working with Schools

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    Richard F. Olenchak
They Say My Kid's Gifted: Now What? acts as a quick, easy-to-use guide for parents of gifted kids. Developed by the National Association for Gifted Children, this book shows parents how to become informed, effective partners when working with schools. The book also offers teachers an excellent resource to recommend to parents seeking more information about gifted education. This handbook offers a jargon-free introduction to working with schools to help ensure a quality education experience for gifted kids. From understanding identification procedures and choosing a teacher, to ensuring a child's success with a gifted program and curriculum, this book is an essential read for any parent working with schools. This resource also includes a discussion of gifted education in the regular classroom setting and a special section devoted to solutions for "when all else fails." They Say My Kid?s Gifted: Now What? also includes an extensive listing of state and national resources. Educational Resource  
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  • PDF | 98 pages
  • Richard F. Olenchak
  • Prufrock Press
  • Unknown
  • 3
  • Parenting Relationships
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