There is no concrete evidence that being gifted means being socially stunted. The perception may also be reinforced when gifted children advance in grades.(Photo: Chris Evans, left, and McKenna Grace, cast members in the film "Gifted")
Henrik Hoeg
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EdTalk by Henrik Hoeg

5 myths of giftedness in children

Common misconceptions about bright students’ can often conceal their special needs and prevent them from reaching their academic potential

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There is no concrete evidence that being gifted means being socially stunted. The perception may also be reinforced when gifted children advance in grades.(Photo: Chris Evans, left, and McKenna Grace, cast members in the film "Gifted")
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