Gifted kids are always high achievers, right? Sigh… I wish. Those bright and quirky kiddos can be some of the most challenging to motivate, so what do we as parents and educators do to help them get working up to their potential? On this video we chat about ways to motivate our gifted underachievers and why they underachieve in the first place.
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Skip ahead to about 5:04 to miss the introductory chit chat.
Links and Resources From Today’s Show:
- Big Life Journal (Growth Mindset Journal for Kids)
- Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck
- Beast Academy Math
- Amazon Echo Dot
- Life of Fred Math
- VideoText Interactive High Shool Math
- Mr. D Math Algebra I
- Singapore Math
- Homeschooling Gifted Children | Meeting Asynchronous Abilities
- Meeting the Asynchronous Needs of Your Gifted Child
- Asynchronous Development in Gifted Children
- Tips for Motivating Gifted Kids
- Learning Strategies for Reluctant Gifted Kiddos
- Smart and Motivated eCourse
- If He’s REALLY So Smart… When Gifted Kids Struggle
- Managing Perfectionism | 10 Tips for Helping Your Child
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