One of the biggest myths about gifted children is that they are able to succeed on their own without any assistance. This is not necessarily the case and many gifted children will not be “just fine” on their own.
Is August the Sunday Scaries of Months?
Giftedness does not just go away when you turn 18, but most resources for gifted
By Issabela Tulalian As back to school season kicks off this month depending on where you are located, planning for the school year can be a daunting time for both […]
By Laurie Mittermiller In 2016, the Institute for Educational Advancement commissioned a national survey to gauge how the American public views gifted education. The results of that poll demonstrate that […]
PRESS RELEASE: The Institute for Educational Advancement’s Summer Spotlight Opens Barder House to Community
Pasadena, CA – 06/14/2022 – On June 23, the Institute for Educational Advancement(IEA) is holding its annual Summer Spotlight event at the historic Barder House in Pasadena. The event is […]
By April Kea Summer is right around the corner! With school being out, it may be difficult to keep your gifted child engaged. But what if there were a way […]
This Summer, the Institute for Educational Advancement’s Academy program will be offering a wide variety of classes, including the online class “Electronics for Cosplay.” Cosplay (a portmanteau of costume play, the art of making fun costumes) is a unique opportunity to incorporate knowledge and experiments of electronics. To learn more, we talked with instructor Joan Horvath.
By Nancy Kane As the weather warms up, things open up, and summer vacation quickly approaches, I thought I would check in with a teacher to find out her summer […]
We’ve been fortunate to have so many accomplished and interesting people walk through our doors. Every month, IEA highlights one of our program alumni to let the community know what […]