On the relevance of a principled mission. There are innate differences from one person to the next. Some of the differences relate to native intelligence. Measuring intelligence, IQ testing specifically, has been controversial. However, decades of research has supported the fundamental understanding that differences in native intelligence are real, can be measured, and impact one’s […]
With field trips, students learn in a way that cannot be replicated in the classroom. And, perhaps most importantly, field trips are so different and so interesting that they often stick with students—along with the lessons they included—long after daily classroom experiences have faded. Regardless of their messy and sometimes inconsistent quality, field trips provide […]
Read how the neurological characteristics that benefit gifted thinkers also carry a number of potential drawbacks…
Rainard high school students just participated in the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad (NACLO) – solving fun and challenging linguistics puzzles. Find more information at nacloweb.org. « End »
Rainard Pre-K students explored how the body works on their field trip to the Health Museum. They loved the Grossology Lab where they dissected a cow’s eye and explored digestion. Gross! « End »
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