Podcasts about Giftedness

Institute for Educational Advancement - Connecting bright minds; nurturing intellectual and personal growth

by Nicole LaChance, Marketing & Communications Coordinator I am a big fan of the podcast renaissance that’s been happening the past few years. While I’m driving, walking or cooking, I […]

Ten Inspiring Quotes from Women in STEM

by Nicole LaChance, Marketing & Communications Coordinator March is Women’s History Month and, to celebrate, let’s look at wise words from ten women who have made great gains in STEM […]

Overthinking: When Your Mind Won’t Turn Off

by Nicole LaChance, Marketing and Communications Coordinator Overthinking. The irony in writing about this topic is that I kept overthinking it. What direction should I take? What tips should I […]

Gifted on Screen

by Nicole LaChance, Marketing & Communications Coordinator I have a confession to make: I’m a pop culture nerd. I often find myself responding to situations with movie or TV quotes […]

Managing the Holiday Season with Gifted Children

by Nicole LaChance, Marketing & Communications Coordinator The holidays are a stressful time for everyone, but can be even more so for families with gifted children. Between intensities, veering from […]

Imagine the Possibilities

by Nicole LaChance, Marketing & Communications Coordinator Earlier this month, a few IEA staff members attended the National Association for Gifted Children’s 63rd Annual Convention. The theme of this year’s […]

What is Emotional Intelligence?

by Nicole LaChance, Marketing and Communications Coordinator When I saw the topic for this month’s Hoagies Gifted Education Page blog hop was “Emotional Intelligence” I have to admit I was […]

Should My Gifted Child Skip a Grade?

by Nicole LaChance, Marketing & Communications Coordinator  It’s a question almost every parent of a gifted child struggles with at some point: should my child skip a grade (or more)? […]

Social Self-Esteem and Gifted Kids

by Nicole LaChance, Marketing and Communications Coordinator I have only been at IEA for six months, but in that time one of the most frequent struggles I have heard from […]