How to Find Help to Identify Gaps in Gifted Math Learning

How to Find Help to Identify Gaps in Gifted Math Learning | Renée at Great Peace #math #gifted #ihsnet

I know it seems silly to say, but I sometimes wonder if my academically gifted child has gaps in learning. But the reality is, I do worry about that. This is especially true in math. Since he’s working 3 to 4 years ahead of his “grade/age” level I wonder if the speed at which he’s working is skipping over areas that he might be missing. […] Read More

How to Expand Gifted Learning Opportunities on a Budget

How to Expand Gifted Learning Opportunities on a Budget | GreatPeaceAcademy.com #ihsnet

Being mom to a child with gifted learning abilities can be so frustrating when your family lives on a tight homeschool budget. Because we have chosen homeschooling for our son’s education the entire responsibility for educating our learner is on us. Knowing that he has an insatiable thirst for more and more knowledge I’m constantly feeling behind the curve, as if I’ll never be able […] Read More

Differentiation, Learning How to Stretch the Mind

Learning about Differentiation, Learning how to Stretch the Mind | Renée at Great Peace #homeschool #gifted #gtchat #ihsnet

Changing Learning to Meet the Need Finding ways to stretch the mind of a child who learns and adapts at such a high rate is a daunting task. For the longest time I felt so alone. I felt like no one could possibly understand what I was going through in trying to meet his needs. After last years homeschool convention though, the world of gifted […] Read More

Who is Teaching Whom? Gifted Teaching

Multiple Grade Level Learning   You would think that home education with only one child would get monotonous, same old stuff day in and day out. I will admit, that sometimes during the winter months it can feel like that. Most of the time, however, the excitement I see on my son’s face as he learns new concepts, is just about the most fascinating thing […] Read More