How to be Amazing at Tearing Down Classroom Walls Using Google Classroom And Other Great Tips

This year I am piloting an adventure in empowering students.  I am breaking down classroom walls to make learning engaging, personally meaningful, and relevant.  Third to fifth grade students across my gifted and talented program in Wyckoff, New Jersey chose one of seven different academies I created on Google Classroom: Oh Say Can You See …
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Guest Blog: Three Ways to be the Green Dot Today! by Krystal Weiss

I have a truly amazing colleague, one who is thoughtful and sends me all kinds of suggestions for finding joy. Recently she sent me this article. In essence it outlines how joy and hassle interact, and the importance of having someone to cheer you through the implementation phase and on into the joy. This is …
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The Emotional Needs of the Gifted: from SIG October newsletter

I have been honored to be guest feature for the Summer Institute for the Gifted October newsletter.  Read my post here. Emotional Needs of the Gifted   As Annemarie Roeper knew, the greater cognitive awareness of the gifted often translates into more sensitized emotions.   My many years working with gifted and talented students have …
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