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Is My Child Gifted? Part Five: Uneven development

A primary indicator of high ability is the non-linear path to learning. It’s common for a young math whiz to want to explore Geometry before mastering the times table, or for a young musician to try pieces that are much … Continue reading

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Uneven Development

When a six-year-old math whiz can solve algebraic equations but doesn’t know the multiplication table, there’s a good reason for this. Numbers exert a powerful pull on a born mathematician and he or she will probably be unable to focus … Continue reading

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