Duke TIP recently teamed up with the NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) to develop educational materials that gifted students can access right from home.
Screen Time and Adolescent Well-Being
A closer look at the connection—or lack thereof—between screen time and adolescent well-being.
Letting Go of Perfect—We want to hear from you!
A Duke TIP research scientist is writing a book about perfectionism, and she wants to hear your stories and advice.
How Higher Ed Can Help Prospective Gifted Students During and After COVID-19
Now is the time for prospective students in high school, as early as grade nine, to re-evaluate their career interest and its trajectory in a post-coronavirus world.
A Clinical Psychologist Talks about How To Talk about COVID-19
How does one explain a pandemic to a gifted child?
Transitioning to an Online Learning Space
The transition to an online learning environment can be like drinking from a fire hydrant. Rather than overwhelm with countless details, the Institute for Education Sciences Regional Education Laboratory Midwest has selected five research-based strategies for e-learning. Below is a summary of the strategies they suggest, along with some relevant resources that they provide. Use […]
Home Alone: Part 3
Teaching TIPs for Parents of Gifted Students. Practical advice for how to keep your child motivated while doing schoolwork at home.
Home Alone: Part 2
Is your study animal missing school? Here’s how to turn the tables. As humans, we can learn a lot from watching animals. And now, thanks to modern technology, we can even watch from the comfort of our own homes. This can be especially useful during times of social distancing. If you’ve got a student at […]
Home Alone: Part I
Check out these enrichment activities for families practicing social distancing. This article is the first in a series of posts designed to inform parents and students about their options. This post focuses primarily on Duke TIP activities you can access online.