TalentIgniter Newsletters

TalentIgniter Newsletter - January 2014

  • Notice to Subjects of Dr. Ruf's Book
  • Build Your Own Computer
  • Programming for Kids
  • Social Skills and Morals
  • Cornerstone Stories
  • Bedtime Math
  • What to Do Next

TalentIgniter Newsletter - December 2013

  • Notice to Subjects of Dr. Ruf's Book
  • Join Mensa with Prior Evidence
  • A Call or Text from Santa
  • Just for Fun
  • Happy Holidays!

TalentIgniter Newsletter - November 2013

  • Video Gaming Can Increase Areas of the Brain
  • Kiwi Crates
  • The Smart Teenager’s Brain
  • Increase in Ability Grouping
  • Protecting Gifted Children in a Social Media World
  • Nurturing Brilliance
  • Why Students Think They Understand, But Don’t
  • In Minnesota: MCGT Annual Conference

TalentIgniter Newsletter - October 2013

  • Dyslexic Advantage
  • Sparticl
  • Puzzles for Kids
  • CoderDojo
  • Meltdown to Mastery
  • Spatial Skills and Creativity
  • Buddha Board
  • In Minnesota: MCGT Annual Conference

TalentIgniter Newsletter - September 2013

  • Fermi Math is Off the Wall
  • Testing Children with Brain Injuries
  • Free Comics about Physics
  • Gifted Homeschoolers Forum
  • Just for Fun: A Quiz From 1912
  • Studying Education
  • Encouraging Girls’ Interest in Engineering
  • In Minnesota: MCGT Annual Conference

TalentIgniter Newsletter - July-August 2013

  • WISC-V Normative Testing
  • Mathematics and Logical Thinking
  • Protecting Our Children in the Digital Age
  • Online Classes for Gifted
  • More Online Classes for Gifted
  • And Sometimes Y
  • In Minnesota: Making the Most of the College Experience

TalentIgniter Newsletter - June 2013

  • WISC-V Normative Testing
  • True vs. Right
  • Open Letter to Students and Teachers
  • Safe Swimming
  • Gifted Children and Anxiety
  • Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted
  • Homeschooler Uprising
  • In Minnesota: Summer Courses at ECAE

TalentIgniter Newsletter - May 2013

  • WISC-V Normative Testing
  • Unwrap the Gifted
  • Mensa Colloquium 2013
  • Young Mensans
  • Guide to the Introverted
  • Success in Failure
  • A Mathematician’s Lament

TalentIgniter Newsletter - April 2013

  • Giftedness Not Disorder
  • Math Fun and Games
  • Davidson Institute Newsletter
  • Online Summer Program
  • Alternate Multiverse
  • Curious Minds
  • Maths Insider
  • Thanks for Making Us a Constant Contact All Star!

TalentIgniter Newsletter - March 2013

  • Learning Code
  • Recognizing One’s Own Intensity
  • Just for Fun - Fairies in a Jar
  • SENG Conference
  • Computer Program at Harvard
  • Geocaching and Dinosaurs
  • Memory Enhancement
  • In Minnesota: Summer Writing Class

TalentIgniter Newsletter - January 2013

  • Ed Planner
  • WPPSI-IV Ready for Use
  • Tweeting the Civil War
  • Apply Now for Math Camp
  • Parent Involvement Affects Student Achievement
  • Webinar on Anxiety
  • Life’s a Zoo
  • IN MINNESOTA: Cyprus Open House

TalentIgniter Newsletter - November 2012

  • New Product: Ed Planner
  • Virtual Debate Club
  • SMARTeacher
  • Prescribing Pills for School
  • Mensa Mind Games
  • In Minnesota: Mensa Family Event
  • In Minnesota: MCGT Conference

TalentIgniter Newsletter - October 2012

  • Our Global Ocean
  • Making Science Real
  • Essays on Fragmented Families
  • Gifted Child Magazine
  • Train to Facilitate Parent Groups
  • Feeling Like an Imposter
  • Mensa Mind Challenge Month
  • Fun Grammar Practice
  • In Minnesota: MCGT Conference

TalentIgniter Newsletter - September 2012

  • Teach Kids to Love Math
  • Wolfram MathWorld
  • Mensa Encourages Reading
  • Just for Fun!
  • Gifted Issues Presented by Great Potential Press
  • Gifted Ed Blogs
  • In Minnesota: Gifted Conference at St. Thomas University

TalentIgniter Newsletter - August 2012

  • Kids Save the World
  • Value of Exclusive Gifted Programs
  • Genius in Children
  • Online Learning Program
  • Boys and Diversity
  • Perennial Math
  • In Minnesota: Revisiting State Parks
  • In Minnesota: Women's Support Group

TalentIgniter Newsletter - July 2012

  • Name the Milestone Tracker Contest
  • National Parenting Gifted Children Week
  • Spoiling Our Kids
  • Celebrate Being Different
  • Video of Mensa Foundation History
  • Social Science Space
  • Mental Exercise
  • In Minnesota: Chess Tournament This Weekend

TalentIgniter Newsletter - June 2012

  • TalentIgniter's Newest Product - Milestone Tracker
  • WeAreGifted2
  • Multiplication Times Fun
  • One Teacher's Experience with Evaluations
  • Teaching Math to Your Young Homeschooler
  • Educational Technology
  • Writing Forum for Youngsters

TalentIgniter Newsletter - May 2012

  • Mindset
  • Share Your Story of Giftedness
  • Enewsletter for Kids
  • Gifted in Wisconsin
  • Exquisite Minds: Gifted and Creative Children
  • Infants and Social Intelligence
  • Everyday Geniuses
  • Right Side of the Curve
  • Summer Activities for Kids

TalentIgniter Newsletter - April 2012

  • Scholarships Available for Summer Language Camps
  • MIT Expands Open Courseware
  • Free Will and Neuroscience
  • Neurological Mechanisms of Moral Decision-Making
  • Annual SENG Conference
  • How Smart is Your Cat, Part 2
  • Building Skills Through Play
  • Online Studies for Computers, Math, More
  • In Minnesota: When Teens Need a Different Educational Approach

TalentIgniter Newsletter - March 2012

  • An Assessment with Dr. Ruf
  • Jack Kent Cooke Young Scholars
  • Gifted Children Can Be Perfectionists
  • A Book From the Edge
  • Big Think
  • Getting Collectively Smarter
  • Rethinking Giftedness
  • In Minnesota: MCGT Mini-Conference

TalentIgniter Newsletter - February 2012

  • Scholarships Available for Summer Language Camps
  • How Smart is Your Cat?
  • Strange Maps
  • Treating Children with Ritalin
  • Annual Question from The Edge
  • THINK Summer Institute
  • NSGT Scholarships Available
  • In Minnesota: MCGT Mini-Conference

TalentIgniter Newsletter - January 2012

  • Best Science Books of 2011
  • Opera and Popcorn
  • Kids and Hearing
  • Gripes of Gifted Children
  • Pasta and Geometry
  • Grant for Science Teachers
  • Quick Reading Level Evaluation
  • In Minnesota: Math Program for Talented Youth

TalentIgniter Newsletter - December 2011

  • Introducing Self-Esteem Test for Teens
  • Games for Bright Kids
  • Online Schooling
  • Online Schooling, Part 2
  • 2012 Davidson Fellows Scholarship Applications
  • Blog by Wenda Sheard

TalentIgniter Newsletter - November 2011

  • Homeschooled Character in Fiction
  • Next Global Conferences on Gifted Education
  • Online Accelerated Classes
  • Too Much Praise?
  • Yahoo Kids

TalentIgniter Newsletter - October 2011

  • TalentIgniter Introduces New Product
  • Performance Trends of Top Students
  • Educating the Profoundly Gifted
  • Help Astronomers Explore the Universe
  • Perennial Math
  • Dead Sea Scrolls Go Digital
  • National Bullying Prevention Month

TalentIgniter Newsletter - September 2011

  • Innovation, Creativity and the Workplace
  • School Is Not Real Life
  • Protecting the Brain
  • Not Every Child a Genius
  • Open Culture
  • Young Adult Literature: Too Dark?
  • Gifted Children Become Gifted Adults

TalentIgniter Newsletter - August 2011

  • 2011 Young Naturalist Awards
  • National Book Festival
  • Database for 2e Resources
  • Knowledgework Foundations
  • Zero Robotics
  • Kids and New Technology
  • Early College Consortium
  • Online Language Programs

TalentIgniter Newsletter - July 2011

  • Top Ten Things Teachers Should Know About Gifted
  • Books for Mothers and Daughters
  • Summer Diversions for the Gifted Child
  • Catalog Your Library
  • Davidson Fellows Scholarships for 2012
  • Map to the Night Sky
  • IQ and the Work We Do

TalentIgniter Newsletter - June 2011

  • Meet Me at the Corner
  • The Games Kids Play
  • Advisory Board Members Wanted - Adults and Teens
  • And Another Advisory Board for Young Writers
  • Ideas for Summer Fun
  • Make Your Own Magnetic Silly Putty
  • Webb Lecture on the Web
  • IDEAL Solutions for Math

TalentIgniter Newsletter - May 2011

  • Teaching to Ability
  • The Virtual Orchestra Project
  • Teaching Manners
  • Tools for Thinking
  • Civics Lessons

TalentIgniter Newsletter - April 2011

  • Free Access to Education Journals
  • SENG Summit Scheduled for Seattle
  • Studying the Brain
  • Another Book About the Brain
  • The Brain and the Law
  • International Space Station
  • Gifted for Life

TalentIgniter Newsletter - March 2011

  • Questions You Never Thought to Ask
  • Improving Your Memory
  • Full Option Science System (FOSS)
  • Are Great Britain and the U.K. the Same Thing?
  • Gifted Programs in Danger
  • Achieving Sustainability in Gifted Education
  • Your Own Personal Art Museum
  • Epsilon Camp for Math Lovers

TalentIgniter Newsletter - February 2011

  • World Maths Day
  • Map Game of the Middle East
  • Winter Issue of GEPQ
  • Gifted Adults
  • Ingenious Minds
  • Change Your Story, Change Your Life

TalentIgniter Newsletter - January 2011

  • The Bard Online
  • Global Virtual Meeting in Gifted Education
  • Explore New Worlds - Read
  • Experiment in Class Size
  • Math and Science Video Lessons
  • Pear Notes
  • Keep Grammar Alive
  • Discover Online

TalentIgniter Newsletter - December 2010

  • TalentIgniter's Parents' Picks
  • Global Virtual Meeting in Gifted Education
  • Effects of Bullying
  • A New York State of Mind Games
  • Imagination Soup
  • Cold Weather and IQ

TalentIgniter Newsletter - November 2010

  • SENG Webinar
  • Judgment of Toddlers
  • Mensa for Kids
  • Difficult Mazes
  • The Blogosphere
  • LiveBinders

TalentIgniter Newsletter - October 2010

  • Acceleration for the Gifted
  • Classical Music for Kids
  • Resources and Opportunities
  • Math Circles
  • Handwriting and the Brain
  • Do Schools Kill Creativity?

TalentIgniter Newsletter - September 2010

  • Keys to Successfully Raising the Gifted Child
  • Access University Libraries
  • Livescribe Pulse Smartpen
  • Gifted Education in Minnesota
  • Mile Marker Special