Giftedness is complicated. By itself, it can be difficult to find curriculum, activities, or hobbies that will consistently engage gifted kids. How do you find the “Goldilocks Zone?” Jim Delisle and Emily Kircher-Morris talked about it, and we’re bringing you that conversation again because it’s as pertinent now as ever. Beneath the Surface of Giftedness, on episode 132.

Also, here’s a link to our continuing education and professional development course for school district gifted/twice-exceptional programs. It’s a 15-hour, 6-module course called “Strategies for Supporting Twice-Exceptional Students,” by Emily Kircher-Morris. Learn more and get it for your district at Neurodiversity University.

ABOUT THE GUEST – James Delisle, PhD, was a professor of education at Kent State University (Ohio) for 25 years and was selected by faculty and students there as a “Distinguished Professor”, the University’s most prestigious teaching award.

Jim has worked on behalf of gifted children and teens for nearly four decades. The author of hundreds of articles and 17 books that have been published in multiple languages, he continues to consult with schools worldwide in an effort to increase awareness of the needs of gifted children and adults. For the past several years, Jim has worked part time with highly gifted 9th and 10th graders at the Scholars’ Academy in Conway, South Carolina.

You can support the podcast at www.patreon.com/neurodiversity. The Neurodiversity Podcast is on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and you’re invited to join our Facebook Group. For more information go to www.NeurodiversityPodcast.com

Thank you for caring about neurodivergent people.

(...more)

Originally published as Beneath the Surface of Giftedness (encore) at The Neurodiversity Podcast

Subscription RSS Feed: https://www.neurodiversitypodcast.com/

Disability News Wire Enters Open Beta Testing

2021-03-08

Disability News Wire has entered beta testing with an early release of its Internet wire service for the Disability Community. Our goal is to bring…

more

Keep up with podcasts like this

If you find resources like this helpful, consider subscribing to our newsletter so you can have the latest news, analyses, podcasts, and videos mailed to you.


We'd really like to hear what you think about any of the podcasts we share here, our site, or anything we can do to be more useful for you. Thank you!