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Ways to Keep Gifted Students Motivated: Tips from Experienced Teachers

May 15, 2022

As a teacher, it’s important to know how to keep all of your students motivated in the classroom. This is especially true for gifted students, who can easily become bored if they are not constantly challenged. Here we will discuss some tips that experienced teachers use to keep their gifted students engaged and motivated. Hopefully, […]

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Helping Your Gifted Genius Overcome Anxiety, Shame & Overthinking

Apr 15, 2022

Gifted children often face unique challenges that other children do not. They may be more prone to overthinking, anxiety, and shame. This can make it difficult for them to thrive in school and social settings. If you are the parent of a gifted child, it is important to help them overcome these challenges. Read on […]

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Discipline and The Gifted Child: Which Parenting Style Is Best?

Mar 15, 2022

Most of us are familiar with the parenting styles employed by prior generations of parents: strictly-defined rules that kept children under their control and punishments for stepping out of line, resulting in a child deprived of the opportunity to cultivate their decision-making skills. But is this a reasonable way to raise a child? Today, we […]

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Why Is My Gifted Student Demotivated By School?

Feb 15, 2022

Parents and teachers alike commonly report confusion or disappointment regarding children who perform drastically below their potential. Sometimes, a gifted child may show dwindling enthusiasm for school as they progress through each grade. This may eventually reflect in their performance at school and lead to a cascade of problems with their motivation, behavior and self-esteem. […]

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More About Friendships And Gifted Children

Jan 15, 2022

It’s a wish of every parent that their child socializes well with their peers in school, playgrounds, and other activities that your child enjoys. For gifted children, social life is not that easy, and even if your child isn’t gifted, socializing requires too much effort and energy, and not everyone is made up for it. […]

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What Does Diversity Look Like at Rainard?

Dec 15, 2021

Diversity is a crucial part of our community at Rainard. We have students, faculty, and staff members from a wide variety of backgrounds, and see our diverse makeup as one of our biggest strengths. Read on to learn what diversity means to us and how we view diversity in our admissions process. Non-Discrimination Policy Rainard […]

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What is the Difference Between Public Schools and Gifted Private Schools?

Nov 15, 2021

Choosing the right school for your gifted child can be an overwhelming task. With so many options, parents often wonder which program will be the best fit, not only for their child’s academic needs but also their social and emotional ones. Let’s explore the key differences between public schools and private schools for gifted children. […]

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The Challenge of Parenting a Gifted Child: How to Help Them Thrive

Oct 15, 2021

Raising a gifted child can be difficult. They often have unique needs that must be met in order for them to thrive. Here today, we will discuss some of the challenges of parenting a gifted child and how you can help them succeed. Gifted children are often misunderstood and may feel like they don’t fit […]

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Teaching Strategies For Children With Special Needs

Sep 15, 2021

Do you work with children of special needs and want to enhance their academic achievement? Well, this blog is perfect for you. In this piece, we will explore multiple strategies for teaching social studies to students who require special attention. Dynamic Instructional Strategies Inclusive techniques for students with intellectual disabilities work well. If you try […]

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