About the topics

This blog has the theme of Giftedness and 2E Twice Exceptional issues but I realise that it would be hard to guess that by looking at the topics listed in the TAGS section.
And if it is your first visit to Sprite’s Site many of the TAGS topics may need some explanation.
The About Sprite page describes the main theme of this blog.
The About the Characters page describes the characters you will meet on the blog.
Frequent themes are
#gtchat
gtchat is a discussion group on Twitter for parents, teachers and gifted advocates from all over the world to share resources, ideas, experiences and new ways of thinking about gifted issues   #gtchat was founded by Deborah Mersino see Ingeniosus website http://www.ingeniosus.net/gtchat and to read transcripts of past sessions see http://www.ingeniosus.net/gtchat-transcripts

In 2012  Deborah Mersino, has passed the moderator baton of #gtchat to the very capable hands of Lisa Conrad. GT Chat is powered by Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented and all the details can be found on their page at http://www.txgifted.org/gtchat

#gtstoogies
After gtchat some of the participants enjoy informal and often humorous chat and often we have virtual meals, parties or other celebrations. I usually illustrate these chats and some of them turn into a series of posts or become the topics of  booklets eg. The Twitter Bird wedding and the Paws for Poise Parlour

Some of the topics which have been covered on Sprite’s Site are

Blogs and blogging

Books and reading

Bullying

Children’s literature

Christian devotional posts

Conferences

Dabrowski’s Overexcitabilities

De Bono 6 Action shoes

Depression in gifted people

Film discussions

Gifted Programs

Holiday celebrations

Holiday Programs

Homeschooling

Memory

Mindmapping

Online conferences and webinars

Organization and study skills

Protest marches for environmental and social justice issues

Social/ Emotional / Friendship issues

Twice exceptional students

Visual Spatial Learners

Web based education tools

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