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18 Mar The Many Faces of Gifted: Tara R.

By Carole Rosner Every gifted person has a unique story. The following story is part of a series of posts depicting the many faces of gifted by highlighting gifted children and adults we have found through IEA programs. IEA’s pioneering Yunasa summer camps – mentioned in...

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18 Mar The Many Faces of Gifted: Tara R.

By Carole Rosner Every gifted person has a unique story. The following story is part of a series of posts depicting the many faces of gifted by highlighting gifted children and adults we have found through IEA programs. IEA’s pioneering Yunasa summer camps – mentioned in...

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18 Mar The Many Faces of Gifted: Tara R.

By Carole Rosner Every gifted person has a unique story. The following story is part of a series of posts depicting the many faces of gifted by highlighting gifted children and adults we have found through IEA programs. IEA’s pioneering Yunasa summer camps – mentioned in...

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11 Mar Keeping Young

By Jim Delisle When I first began working with gifted kids in 1978, I had no idea that I'd still be doing so 36 years later. Those first gifted 4th-5th graders I taught in Stafford Springs, Connecticut are now closer to their retirements than their college...

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11 Mar Keeping Young

By Jim Delisle When I first began working with gifted kids in 1978, I had no idea that I'd still be doing so 36 years later. Those first gifted 4th-5th graders I taught in Stafford Springs, Connecticut are now closer to their retirements than their college...

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11 Mar Keeping Young

By Jim Delisle When I first began working with gifted kids in 1978, I had no idea that I'd still be doing so 36 years later. Those first gifted 4th-5th graders I taught in Stafford Springs, Connecticut are now closer to their retirements than their college...

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04 Mar Mentor Spotlight: Dr. Veronica Eliasson

[caption id="attachment_919" align="alignnone" width="500"] Dr. Eliasson and her research group, including an IEA Apprentice, during the summer of 2013. “I really like my research group,” Dr. Eliasson told us. “The students become part of my family.”[/caption] Dr. Veronica Eliasson Assistant Professor, Department of Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering...

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04 Mar Mentor Spotlight: Dr. Veronica Eliasson

[caption id="attachment_919" align="alignnone" width="500"] Dr. Eliasson and her research group, including an IEA Apprentice, during the summer of 2013. “I really like my research group,” Dr. Eliasson told us. “The students become part of my family.”[/caption] Dr. Veronica Eliasson Assistant Professor, Department of Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering...

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04 Mar Mentor Spotlight: Dr. Veronica Eliasson

[caption id="attachment_919" align="alignnone" width="500"] Dr. Eliasson and her research group, including an IEA Apprentice, during the summer of 2013. “I really like my research group,” Dr. Eliasson told us. “The students become part of my family.”[/caption] Dr. Veronica Eliasson Assistant Professor, Department of Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering...

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18 Feb The Many Faces of Gifted: Melissa

By Carole Rosner Every gifted person has a unique story. The following story is part of a series of posts depicting the many faces of gifted by highlighting gifted children and adults we have found through IEA programs. IEA’s Apprenticeship Program – mentioned in this story...

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18 Feb The Many Faces of Gifted: Melissa

By Carole Rosner Every gifted person has a unique story. The following story is part of a series of posts depicting the many faces of gifted by highlighting gifted children and adults we have found through IEA programs. IEA’s Apprenticeship Program – mentioned in this story...

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18 Feb The Many Faces of Gifted: Melissa

By Carole Rosner Every gifted person has a unique story. The following story is part of a series of posts depicting the many faces of gifted by highlighting gifted children and adults we have found through IEA programs. IEA’s Apprenticeship Program – mentioned in this story...

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11 Feb Brains or Beauty? Raising a Gifted Girl

By Lisa Hartwig Lisa is the mother of 3 gifted children and lives outside of San Francisco. [caption id="attachment_898" align="alignright" width="300"] From the New York Times piece “Google, Tell Me. Is My Son a Genius?”[/caption] I gave my 13-year-old daughter makeup for Christmas. I slipped powder, a makeup...

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11 Feb Brains or Beauty? Raising a Gifted Girl

By Lisa Hartwig Lisa is the mother of 3 gifted children and lives outside of San Francisco. [caption id="attachment_898" align="alignright" width="300"] From the New York Times piece “Google, Tell Me. Is My Son a Genius?”[/caption] I gave my 13-year-old daughter makeup for Christmas. I slipped powder, a makeup...

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11 Feb Brains or Beauty? Raising a Gifted Girl

By Lisa Hartwig Lisa is the mother of 3 gifted children and lives outside of San Francisco. [caption id="attachment_898" align="alignright" width="300"] From the New York Times piece “Google, Tell Me. Is My Son a Genius?”[/caption] I gave my 13-year-old daughter makeup for Christmas. I slipped powder, a makeup...

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28 Jan My Passion for Learning

By Min-Ling Li, IEA Program Coordinator Growing up alongside my older sister and younger brother, I knew I was different from other kids. They played and studied with a little bit of a carefree nature, whereas I was almost always overly inquisitive, constantly asking “why?” and...

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28 Jan My Passion for Learning

By Min-Ling Li, IEA Program Coordinator Growing up alongside my older sister and younger brother, I knew I was different from other kids. They played and studied with a little bit of a carefree nature, whereas I was almost always overly inquisitive, constantly asking “why?” and...

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28 Jan My Passion for Learning

By Min-Ling Li, IEA Program Coordinator Growing up alongside my older sister and younger brother, I knew I was different from other kids. They played and studied with a little bit of a carefree nature, whereas I was almost always overly inquisitive, constantly asking “why?” and...

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