Rimm, Sylvia B.: Keys to Parenting the Gifted Child
Book Number: 43683
Barron's Educational Series 2001 2001 8vo softcover 202pp very good. Parents get guidelines on how to determine if their children are unusually gifted, and how to prepare them for school. Here are recommendations to ensure that gifted children are sufficiently challenged in the classroom. The author also gives advice on dealing with emotional stresses that intellectually gifted children often feel. She emphasizes the importance of maintaining a child's emotional adjustment in school, and among siblings, friends, and all family members. This new edition includes a chapter on gifted children and technology, and expands on the topic of gender issues that can affect gifted children's achievement. Books in Barron's easy-to-read series of Parenting Keys contain advice and information on a wide range of child-related subjects, written by experts in psychology, physical health, education, and social and personal development. Parenting Keys help parents raise healthy, happy, productive, and well-adjusted children in the demanding contemporary environment.