Synopses & Reviews
Gifted children have unique social and emotional concerns. Their characteristics, combined with current educational practices, often put them at risk for problems. This best-selling book contains chapters on motivation, discipline, peer relationships, sibling relationships, stress management, depression, and many other issues that parents and teachers encounter daily with these children. It has been called ?The Dr. Spock book? for parents of gifted children. Features Include: ? An ideal introduction to social and emotional concerns ? Practical advice for parents ? Issues from pre-school through adolescence ? Winner of the National Media Award
Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-255) and index.