Twice-exceptional children have twice-exceptional needs that can be identified only with twice-exceptional efforts. Read more
In order to help a gifted child, parents need to pay attention not only to his potential and interests but also to areas in which he may be lagging behind, says Maithreyi R. Click the link below to view complete article.
The NIAS, as part of a national project on gifted education started in 2010, has developed an instrument for teachers to identify children showing ‘gifted behaviour’ in Indian classrooms. The instrument is a list of 21 behaviours that some children show more often than others. For Viewing the article, Click the link below.
A first-of-its-kind programme is formulated by researchers at the National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS) to help identify talented children and tap their potential. For viewing article, Click the link below.
Gifted children are those whose abilities or potential exceed that of their peers or what is considered to be normal for their age. Maithreyi R writes on the need for and challenges in identifying gifted children. For More details, click the link below.