Difference between Gifted DS and DD

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Is there a Difference between Gifted DS and DD?

Yes
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67%
No
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11%
Not sure
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22%
 
Total votes : 9

Difference between Gifted DS and DD

Postby Trapwithin » Tue Aug 24, 2010 10:32 am

A newbie starting a new thread.
I have been reading KSP for the past few months.
In the topic of Gifted, GEP, talented, etc ...
I can't help but feel that there is a certain difference between a gifted DS and DD.
With GEP Screening coming soon, thought it would be good for parents to discuss the difference between Gifted DS and DD. This will help us as parents to better communicate with them and appreciate them.
As mentioned in other Gifted threads, inability to solve sophisticated maths problems doesn't necessary equate to the child not being gifted or talented. and likewise the inability to read 4-5 yrs ahead.

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Postby Trapwithin » Fri Aug 27, 2010 12:58 pm

It would be good if parents can share the experience on the difference

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