Parenting the Gifted and Talented Child: A Qualitative Inquiry of the Perceptions of Mothers Regarding their Unique Experiences in Raising Gifted and Talented Children

@inproceedings{Hidalgo2016ParentingTG,
  title={Parenting the Gifted and Talented Child: A Qualitative Inquiry of the Perceptions of Mothers Regarding their Unique Experiences in Raising Gifted and Talented Children},
  author={Mary F. Hidalgo},
  year={2016}
}
concept” requiring “an abstract mind” to comprehend its significance, (b) it is a “function of asynchrony,” (c) G/T learners “set the same standards for themselves as their older friends,” (d) G/T learners “have succeeded in the past, so they expect to be successful in the future, no matter how difficult the challenge,” (e) G/T learners want 

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