Asynchronous Development A common phenomenon that I experience with my gifted learners is that their intellectual development is not at the same pace as their physical development (a form of asynchronous development). Thinking floods their heads, their mouths can’t form the words in time, and their hands certainly cannot keep up with their heads trying […]
Haikus Created for Mr. Gelston
These haikus were originally created as stand alone poems to share the gifted experience. This is an ongoing projected to write an article based on each haiku.
A consistent issue that I find with a significant portion of my Gifted and 2e learners is that many of them love to rush through their math problems. I have experienced this mad rush enough to determine that the challenge is to change the rhythm of engagement to include time to review constraints, options, and […]