1. The gifted child
This is the book that accompanies the parents of a gifted child from the moment they sense that their child is not like the others.
With clear information on what giftedness is, what are the most frequent characteristics of the gifted child, from what age it can be diagnosed, how to educate the gifted child and adolescent, how to be a teacher of a gifted student, etc.
2. Gifted children. Reconciled intelligence
Arielle Adda, Hélène Catroux
How to help a gifted person use their abilities? How to accompany him on that journey, day by day, from childhood? How to guide him in adolescence, in school, in institute? How to achieve that it is fully realized in your adult life This comprehensive and practical book answers all the questions we may ask ourselves about tests, relationships with the school, siblings and other people. But above all, it proposes solutions, provides techniques and opens up new perspectives.
3. The reality of a difference: The gifted
Sandra Tarragó, Mercè Martorell, Susana Arroyo
According to statistics, 2 percent of the child and youth population is gifted, which means that their intellectual and creative abilities exceed normal guidelines. This reality goes beyond the existence of a group with exceptional qualities and its determined existence that, above all, the family, the school and the Administration must fully attend and promote so that its members can integrate into society without difficulties.
4. Emotional intelligence in children
Despite the terrible stress that dominates our lives, society gives little thought to the pressures that children face at every stage of their development.
Whether it's everyday problems at school or bigger issues like divorce and death, children of different ages need to develop different emotional capacities to deal with these difficulties.
5. Help your child train his intelligence
Over the last few years I have given many lectures in schools, institutes and all kinds of educational centers, and I have verified the problem that exists among students with the practice of study, in general, and with that of mathematics, in particular. . However, in those same encounters with boys and girls of different ages I have also seen how they became enthusiastic about the games, exercises and problems that I posed to them. My experience has taught me that the keys are motivation -and who better than parents-, concentration and training. Did you know that there are several types of intelligences and that they can be trained in an effective and fun way? In this book I show how easily anyone can relax and concentrate in the right way, and then propose a great variety of exercises, games and techniques.
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