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What's the secret to parenting a gifted child? Add to ...

Parents of gifted children have a growing array of educational options to choose from.

For some, a full-time program for gifted kids might be the best. Others may do better in their regular classroom with extra support. Still others may flourish in an another setting, such as an alternative school or home-schooling.

And finding a school is just the start. What can parents do to help at home?

What's the secret to parenting a gifted child?

UK author Desmond Morris, a long-time researcher of human and animal behaviour, Globe Life reporter Tralee Pearce, and Rosanna Del Grosso, the newly elected president for the Association for Bright Children (ABC) of Ontario, took your questions in an earlier discussion.

BlackBerry and iPhone users can view a mobile-friendly version of the chat here



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