FALSTAFF: I will not lend thee a penny.PISTOL: Why then the world's mine oyster / Which I with sword will open.from The Merry Wives Of Windsor by William Shakespeare In other words: "The world is your oyster." William Shakespeare sure knew a thing or two about language. Actually, he knew a thing or two about a… Continue reading A Multipotentialife: Oysters, Shakespeare, and a Variety of Jobs
"I've learned how to be a cycle-breaker and how to become a positive parent. By doing so, I am modeling healthy balance by first modeling healthy behavior. We've all got to start somewhere."
Saying "everyone is gifted in some way" is a way of rationalizing, of equaling the playing field. A completely normal, rational way of rationalizing. But still equally ridiculous.
After a couple months of mulling it over, I finally worked up enough nerve to ask this lovely, incredibly supportive group of homeschoolers for recommendations on a topic my son has been bugging me about for several years now. Don't be silly, Stacie. You can ask homeschoolers anything! Most of them are so open-minded and… Continue reading That One Topic Just Too Weird for Even Those Weird Homeschoolers
In a previous post, I shared a few of my experiences with others and my twice-exceptional son. I got a request to expand on that topic by pointing out a few learning disabilities that can mask giftedness. Before I do that though, I thought it best to list some of the behaviors and characteristics you may… Continue reading Infographic: What Giftedness Really Looks Like
Real Life The dentist asks my seven-year-old son what grade he's in. He stares at the wall behind her and lets out a deep sigh. Does she mean what grade level am I on, and if so, which subject? Should I say I'm homeschooled? Why does she want to know? Does she even know what… Continue reading I’m Not (fill in the blank), I’m Gifted
Use this link to join the Secular Gifted Network: https://seculargifted.mn.co/share/03J10h0D5kk229Gk?utm_source=manual