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||Guiding the Gifted Child: A Practical Source for Parents and Teachers
||Webb, J., Meckstroth, E. & Tolan, S.
||Great Potential Press, Inc.
||This award-winning practical source for parents and teachers discusses the unique social and emotional needs and concerns of gifted students. Includes chapters on motivation, discipline, peer relationships, sibling relationships, stress management, depression, and many other issues that parents and teachers encounter daily. See also A Parent's Guide to Gifted Children for an updated version of this book.
||Contributed by: DITD Team Member on 2/20/2004
This book is an excellent resource that I recommend to families on a regular basis. It gives practical suggestions on many topics that can easily be implemented at home. This is a must read by any parent and can easily be revisited time and time again.
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