GHF in the Philippines

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As the GHF Philippines Regional Contact, Teresa Gumap-as Dumadag attended the Philippine Center for Gifted Education (PCGE) conference, where she provided information and distributed GHF’s free brochures. Though most of the attendees were teachers and school staff, many parents did attend. Teresa met with some of the guest speakers and … Continue reading

GHF Latin Course Descriptions

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GHF Online is pleased to partner with Justin Schwamm and the Tres Columnae Project to offer Latin for today’s learners! Conventional foreign language textbooks are filled with long vocabulary lists, grammar charts, and disconnected presentations of language and culture. The Tres Columnae Project breaks with that tradition, and is instead … Continue reading

Fall 2016 GHF Ambassador Update

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Gwyn Ridenhour: Our Hybrid Education and STEAM Advocate GHF Ambassador Gwyn Ridenhour is a former children’s librarian, a home educator, and the founder and author of STEAM-Powered Classroom, where you can find creative, student-centered education ideas along with a children’s non-fiction resource review vlog. She has two profoundly gifted kids, … Continue reading

Finding Mentors – an excerpt from Writing Your Own Script

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Following is an excerpt on Finding Mentors from Writing Your Own Script:  A Parent’s Role in the Gifted Child’s Social Development by Corin Barsily Goodwin and Mika Gustavson, MFT   ~~~~~~ Adults, young adults, and older youths can be great resources for gifted and 2e children. Many older people are thrilled to … Continue reading

From the Board: Ten Years Ago!

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Ten years ago, a group of parents felt frustrated at the lack of understanding and resources available for kids like theirs. Though they didn’t actually know what “kids like theirs” meant at that time, although clearly something different was happening. The needs of their children were difficult or impossible to … Continue reading

Beyond K12: Career (and Life) Options

by Wes Beach Young people are inundated with similar, prescriptive, one-size- fits-all messages that come at them from many directions: The surest route to a successful life is to build an exceptional record in K-12 schools, especially in high school, proceed directly to a prestigious college or university, earn a degree, and sincerely … Continue reading