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How Do You Spot a Genius? | Scientific American Blog Network

How Do You Spot a Genius? | Scientific American Blog Network | Preschool | Scoop.it
The November/December Scientific American Mind, which debuted online today, examines the origins of genius, a concept that inspires both awe and confusion. Some equate genius with ...
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How Do You Raise a Prodigy?

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Despite the past century’s advances in psychology and neuroscience, genius is as little understood as autism.
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Death of an IT girl genius

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The tragic death of Arfa Randhawa, 16 and a computer genius, casts a spotlight on an industry with huge potential for young Pakistanis, reports the BBC's Nosheen Abbas.
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Where Are the Gifted Minorities? | Scientific American Blog Network

Where Are the Gifted Minorities? | Scientific American Blog Network | Preschool | Scoop.it

For more than a quarter century, critics have faulted gifted education programs for catering to kids from advantaged backgrounds.

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Clever children : Schools struggle with talented children- swissinfo

Clever children : Schools struggle with talented children- swissinfo | Preschool | Scoop.it
Geniuses, prodigies, chips (children of high intellectual potential) – whatever you call them, schools often fail to respond to their needs. Also in Switzerland there is no unified approach to dealing with precocious progeny.
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Genius across Cultures and the “Google Brain” | Guest Blog, Scientific American Blog Network

If you want to become a genius, you are well-advised to start practicing early while your brain is still developing. Does this mean that parents should enroll their children in music lessons to make them a genius? Hardly. Doing that would guide development of their child’s brain in ways that will make them very good musicians, but the important message here is that whatever one does with their brain while it is developing (up to about the age of 20 years or so), will result in a mature brain that is very good at doing whatever it was that one did with it during those formative years.

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