Tamara Fisher interviews three experts about the individual and societal impacts of medical misdiagnosis of gifted youth.

All students have equal value as learners, which is why Tamara Fisher contends they each are worthy of the dignity of an education that fits them. For teachers, this means understanding the fine distinction between 'same' and 'equal.'

Concerned that research evidence indicates a decline in children's creativity, Tamara Fisher offers insights, resources, and ideas for nurturing creative thought in our homes and classrooms.

Are you parenting a gifted child? These free webinars offer insights, advice, and information to support you in that journey!

Tamara's students share their reflective feedback on the independent learning project process they underwent in her class.

What happens when gifted students who live over 150 miles apart have an opportunity to interact, share, and reflect upon a common learning experience?

Tamara Fisher sends out her gratitude to teachers everywhere who have mastered the art of challenging the gifted learner.

Via photos, Tamara Fisher illustrates fun, thought-provoking, and heartwarming moments from her classroom.

Last week, on a bit of a lark, I wrote something on the whiteboard in each of my "classrooms," then waited to see if the kids would notice and what, if anything, they would contribute. Below are the results. (Multiple kids added to each list, so there's an occasional repeat within a list.) "10 Ways GT Has Helped Me," from my 2nd and 3rd graders: 1. To get a challenge 2. To have a challenge and not have everything be easy 3. To play logic games and learn new things 4. Perseverance 5. Logic thinking 6. To not get stuff ...

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