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Volume #9   Issue #9

ISSN: 0219-7642    Oct 31, 2010

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Hi,
Dr. James Webb is a well-known psychologists in the gifted education. According to Dr. Webb, parents are the most critical factors in a gifted child's life, yet have the fewest sources of gifted education details and information. Strange as it seems, many parents do not even know that their children are extremely gifted and nature enabled!

One of the most difficult problems that a parent of a gifted child experiences relates to the educational aspect, when gifted children tend to face many problem both in their classroom as well as out of it. Dr. Webb claims that, "schools aren't set up for gifted children" and that "out of each dollar for education, less than two pennies go to gifted education". Dr. Webb also recommends parents to "keep alive the excitement about learning" in their children.

Dr. James T. Webb has been recognized as one of the 25 most influential psychologists nationally on gifted education. A known authority on child giftedness, Dr. Webb is also an author of impeccable credentials. Two of the most well-recognized books on giftedness are A Parent's Guide to Gifted Children and Guiding the Gifted Child: A Practical Source for Parents and Teachers. Hope this help. Happy Halloween!

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Fear of Failure - Overcoming the Most Common Problem of Life
Fear of failure is a negative life driver that affects the morale and psyche of young children. Fear of failure is common in many children and almost every other child experiences it throughout the childhood days.

Helping Children Overcome Fear of Failure - Practical Tips and Suggestions
Fear of failure is purely a perception! Fear of failure occurs when something holds back your children's psyche. Here are some tips that help your children break the mental barrier to come out of the shell to perform better in classroom and achieve meaningful goals.

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Freeing Your Child from Anxiety: Powerful, Practical Solutions to Overcome Your Child's Fears, Worries, and Phobias
By Tamar E. Chansky, Ph.D

If you are the parent of one of the millions of children with worry and anxiety: help is on the way. Anxiety is the number one mental health challenge facing our children today. Fortunately, there is good news for these kids and the parents who suffer along with them - anxiety disorders are also the most treatable mental health condition.

Treatment is not about trying to cajole or talk kids out of their fears; it's about teaching them to see worry as a problem to be solved. Translating cutting-edge techniques into down-to-earth, empathic, user-friendly steps, Freeing Your Child from Anxiety equips parents, teachers and therapists with the information they need to recognize the red flags of anxiety in children.

 

Help for Worried Kids: How Your Child Can Conquer Anxiety and Fear
By Cynthia G. Last, Ph. D

If your child's worrying is interfering with his or her life, then you should read this book. It is an authoritative guide to current knowledge on childhood anxiety disorders, written in a clear, engaging style. To develop more courage, your child needs to learn how to cope with anxiety. Mixing case histories with clinical research, Last shows parent how to tell the difference between common childhood fears and more serious psychological problems.

There is also valuable material on the connection between anxiety and physical symptoms such as headaches and stomach problems; the effects caffeine, sugar and environmental toxins can have on children; and the roles medical problems like allergies, asthma, hypothyroidism and diabetes can play in causing anxiety or making it worse.

 


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Coping: Fit bodies equals fit brains
Jackson Ville Oct 23, 2010

Do not buy your kids motorized cars, scooters or bikes - let them use their feet to walk or run. I know that mechanized toys are neat looking, but they do not do much to increase your child's physical fitness or brainpower.


The Science of Raising a Brilliant Baby (VIDEO)
Huffington Post Oct 19, 2010

Parents need facts, not just advice, about raising their children. Too bad those facts are difficult to find in the ever-growing mountain of parenting books.


Brain power
GM Today Oct 12, 2010

She is not out to create miniature Einsteins or Mozarts, but Deborah McNelis of New Berlin wants parents to understand the crucial role they play in the brain development of their children.


Diet may affect child's behavior and sleep
US News Oct 06, 2010

Many children with behavior issues also have sleep problems, and diet changes can improve both, a sleep researcher says.


Talking to babies encourages brain development
M Live Oct 12, 2010

Talking to babies helps parents form a strong bond between them and their child. Babies also learn to talk by listening to different words and sounds being spoken to them. Furthermore, actively involving babies in conversations, as much as possible, stimulates their brain development and helps make connections in the brain that make it possible for learning to take place.


Gifted Children
The Island Oct 14, 2010

There is a belief that gifted and talented mean the same thing. This is not necessarily so. There is no rule that states that a child who is capable of scoring to the high ninety percentiles on group achievement testing must be considered gifted.


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