Parental attitudes about giftedness, which differ from one family to the next, are often affected by the many questions and concerns parents may have about how best to nurture and support their children's optimal growth. There is an ever-increasing wealth of information as people come to understand more and more about intelligence and giftedness, and ways to identify and address individual learning needs. Ongoing research in such domains as child development, neurological science, educational psychology, and other related fields continues to inform attitudes and perspectives on how children learn, how educators teach, and how parents can support their children both at home and at school. In addition, organizations of parents of gifted children have formed all over the world for the sharing of information and ...

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