Tag: slow learners

Making School and Life Better With Just One Question February 8, 2018

A few months ago, I had the privilege of giving a TED (like) talk in … Read More

How Belly Dancing Can Help Slow Learners October 28, 2017

I am not a dancer. I don’t seek out dance classes because it is hard … Read More

This is What Happens When Kids’ Creative Strengths Are Leveraged February 8, 2016

  “Motivating, inspiring, and hard.”  These are the words that my former student turned entrepreneur, … Read More

What to Do If They Say Your Kindergartener Needs a Tutor December 29, 2015

If your creative, imaginative child is not connecting with reading and writing letters and words … Read More

Why Creative Thinkers are Like Natural-Born Soccer Players November 18, 2015

The extraordinary and important-for-life thinking skills of creative children often go unrecognized and therefore unsupported. … Read More

What Students Want June 2, 2015

Teacher empathy supports student growth, confidence.

Student Stories: Jacob May 7, 2015

Jacob tested at a young age fairly average on intelligence tests.  But he had a … Read More

Student Stories: Nathan January 2, 2015

Nathan is a highly creative student who also tested high on IQ tests, but in … Read More

Open Letter to Adults from a Highly Creative Child July 29, 2014

A highly creative child who is often misunderstood responds productively to adult comments, and provides … Read More