Category Archives: Gifted Children and Friendship

Fostering Independence of Thought, Part Four

Lewis’s mis-reading of the notation in “Don’t Bother Me” in favor of a far superior and more spirited rendition, put me in a brief quandary. If I corrected his performance, he might learn something about music-reading, but I’d be pushing … Continue reading

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Gifted Children and Friendship

When my two profoundly gifted children, then six and eight, found friends in our neighborhood, my husband and I breathed sighs of relief. In the previous episode, when our daughter had been four, she’d tried to teach another neighbor girl … Continue reading

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