KINDERGARTEN

Even though, at kindergarten age, the IQ is instable and difficult to measure, it is possible to spot highly gifted children at an early stage. Since giftedness is likely to come with many challenges in life, it is important to be informed, promote specific skills and advise parents, even if no difficulties occur during kindergarten (yet).

The following pages are meant for you collect and combine ideas and advice that are useful for your work.  
Under the icon “traits and challenges“, you will find a longer article explaining the basics of giftedness as well as a worksheet for you to create an individual giftedness profile for your student.

I would be glad to assist you, or the respective parents, as a counselor, supervisor or lecturer.

Traits and
challenges

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SEMINARS FOR
KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS

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MAILING LIST
FOR PROFESSIONALS

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Definition
of giftedness

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IQ-TESTING

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MISDIAGNOSIS AND
DUAL DIAGNOSES

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THERAPY AND
COUNSELING CONCEPT

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Narcissism

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Ambivalence
Dilemma

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Fixed
mindset

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HIGH SENSITIVITY/
EMOTIONALITY

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AUTISM
SPECTRUM

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ADHD AND
UNDERACHIEVEMENT

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SELF-WORTH

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IMPOSTOR
SYNDROME

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SELF-PERCEPTION AND EXTERNAL PERCEPTION

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FEELINGS OF
ALIENATION

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SENSE OF
JUSTICE

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SOCIAL
SKILLS

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Small Talk

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DEALING WITH
PREJUDICE

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Bullying

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PARENTING ADVICE

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GIFTEDNESS VS.
HIGH PERFORMANCE

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PRINCIPLES OF
SUPPORTING GIFTEDNESS

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SCHOOL CHOICE:
CRITERIA TO CONSIDER

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GIFTED
GROUPS

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FINDING A
THERAPIST/ COACH

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INFORMATION
AND CONTACTS

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