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I am committed to education for sustainable development.
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Taylor's tips for developing talent
Taylor Wilson — Nuclear reactor creator

When he was just 14, American Taylor Wilson became the youngest person in the world at the time to build a nuclear fusion reactor.

Taylor's tips for developing talent:

Don't try to box kids in any specific area...
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Osinbajo speaks on what the focus of educators should be
Osinbajo said the focus of educators should be on the kind of subjects, and the kind of teaching methods that challenge critical thinking and being creative, thinking out of the box.

He, therefore, enjoined stakeholders in the education sector to find last...
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Gifted Children versus High Achieving Chidren.
Gifted students, on the other hand, may or may not earn high marks in school depending on a host of factors including their interest in the subject being taught, their respect for the depth of knowledge the teacher possesses and even their level of physical...
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Are Educationists afraid of creativity?
The problem begins with education. We know that teachers say creativity is important. But research shows that many teachers define creativity as a skill that’s mainly associated with the arts—thereby downplaying the essential role that creativity plays in e...
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Why You Excuse Dishonest Creative Acts?
In one of our studies, we collected data from 247 master’s degree students at a U.S. law school. The students read a short scenario describing a dishonest behavior that was either creative (creativity condition) or less creative (control condition) and then...
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Gifted: Depression and/or anxiety?
Depression and/or anxiety

Some gifted children might display signs of depression or anxiety because of their heightened emotional sensitivity and deep, intense feelings and reactions, which they may find it difficult to verbalize or even comprehend. "A gif...
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Gifted: Lack of friends?
Lack of friends

Gifted children may relate better to adults and older children than kids their own age. "This can leave them isolated and potentially bullied in their classroom," said Esquer. "Gifted kids often feel frustrated when kids their own age are u...
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Gifted: Anger?
Anger

Disparate uneven mental and physical development may lead to frustration, which can display as anger, in gifted children. "Gifted children tend to think quicker than their little bodies may be able to keep up with," said Esquer. " Although they may b...
Gifted: Anger?
Gifted: Anger?
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