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Even good gifted programs (which are relatively rare in the US) still typically put kids in desks and expect them to sit and work in a fairly traditional way (except that they are allowed discussion with their peers a little more). This style of learning may not be a match for your child. A certain part of the population needs movement to process ...


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Well, don't discount the medical option, but it ought to be down the list, after you've investigated other options. In any case, that's a medical diagnosis only a doctor can make. I don't know how your son was labeled "gifted" or what that means in your locale, but it means nothing with respect to maturity, attention span, social skills, or any ADHD ...


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The purpose of Talented and Gifted programs is to provide extra opportunities to students with high levels of ability, talent, or potential. This is important to keep in mind, because the fact that your son was referred to as an "average student" is irrelevant to whether or not he would benefit from a TAG program. Many gifted children wind up being ...


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I think you need to do one or more of the following: Get the father involved. I am sure he can spare at least 45 minutes to his child every day. Every person that is around the children is partially responsible for its education (not instruction, different things). Put the child on a daily schedule. Have a set time for everything. Bath, meals, ...


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Also, ask her HOW she wants to be corrected. (Maybe you have a bad tone or your words are irritating.) Say, "What would you like me to do or to say to you when I see that you have made a mistake on your worksheet?"



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