What does it mean to be Gifted?
It means your child has an intensity that is never satisfied with easy answers. It means that even at a young age, they show glimmers of powerful thinking that make people pause.
To nourish their precocity, complexity, and intensity, it takes an educational approach with unparalleled challenge, choice, and understanding.
It takes Roeper.
Characteristics of a Gifted Child
Giftedness is the asynchronous development in which advanced cognitive ability and heightened intensity combine to create an inner experience and awareness that are different from the norm.
Certain emotional, intellectual, and academic characteristics are frequently found in gifted children. For example, they often exhibit a large vocabulary and a strong sense of justice. Gifted children are often curious, perfectionistic, intense, and argumentative.