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ERIC Number: EJ1212516
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2019-Mar
Pages: 3
Abstractor: ERIC
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Altered Carbon: How Parents Can Encourage and Support Gifted Children's Interest in STEM with Readily Available Tools and Apps
Schroth, Stephen T.; Daniels, Janese; McCormick, Kimberly
Parenting for High Potential, v8 n1 p15-17 Mar 2019
Parents recognize that most children today are keenly interested in technology and often prefer working in ways that use a variety of media and other forms of communication that are different than the way many children learned even a decade before. Many young learners look for ways to include technology in all aspects of their learning, ranging from embryonic thinking about a project, to information gathering, communicating ideas with others, giving form to ideas, refining and polishing initial efforts, and sharing a final product with others. When working with gifted children, listening to what they say--and seeing how they express themselves--often provides clues to which children will benefit through increased exposure to technology. When gifted children demonstrate an attraction to or a love of technology, parents may wish to investigate a series of such tools, apps, or programs that can be used to enhance their child's education, both inside and outside of school settings. This article presents a variety of resources that permit parents and teachers to assist gifted children in exploring technology in authentic and meaningful ways.
National Association for Gifted Children. 1331 H Street NW Suite 1001, Washington, DC 20005. Tel: 202-785-4268; Fax: 202-785-4248; e-mail: nagc@nagc.org; Web site: http://www.nagc.org/
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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