Parents of gifted kiddos often worry whether they’re challenging their kids enough or pushing them too hard.

In this episode we examine the difference between pushing and appropriately challenging our kids, while acknowledging that those who aren’t raising gifted kids won’t understand, and just might accuse us of “hothousing” them — making them into “super kids” so that they look gifted, dismissing the very nature that makes our quirky and briliant kids who they are despite us.

 

RLL 27: Challenging Gifted Kids vs. Pushing Them  In this episode we examine the difference between pushing and appropriately challenging gifted kids, and how we can tell the difference.

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