This Week's Tweets

kolari thumbnailFor those of you who aren’t on Twitter (or just didn’t have the time this week), here are @Jenniferkolari’s tweets, including lots of great links and useful resources. Enjoy!

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from #gtchat “Launching a Parent Advocacy Group” http://bit.ly/dobhR7 #gifted

Thx 4 RT @sara__winter Coregulated coexperienc’g. Gr8 for ANY kid RT @jenniferkolari Love this..the city with your child http://bit.ly/9cs3tO

RT @sara__winter L0ve the idea of “Ruthless Compassion” Thank-You @Jenniferkolari <– I’m using it more on my mother-in-law than my son!!

RT @MarjieKnudsen: PBS: Inside the teenage brain –http://bit.ly/3Pcmk8 via @christophemorin@paoloterni #parenting#teens #health

Love this idea to spend an afternoon a week exploring the city with your child http://bit.ly/9cs3tO

Jay Mathews’ article on Life Habits Schools Can Teach http://bit.ly/9Jn2os

RT @bweikle: Have you had a chance to read @krushowy‘s piece on anti-bullying week? Parentcentral.ca http://ow.ly/19aep

RT @DeborahMersino: Miss the first #gtchat session today? Transcript here: http://www.bit.ly/aLkBaR#gifted #OE

RT @HoagiesGifted: Great news! #National #Institute for#Twice-#Exceptionality at the#Blank #Honors #Centerhttp://bit.ly/ceD8nR

Thanks so much for the #FF@JacquelineGreen!

Great info for U.S. parents who suspect their child has a learning disability http://nyti.ms/dBodM4

“Perhaps if we see adversity as natural, consistent and useful, we are less burdened by the presence of it.” – Aimee Mullins

RT @DeborahMersino: “Launching a Parent Advocacy Group: How & Why?” will be our #gtchat topic at 7pm/EST on Friday! #gifted

RT @DeborahMersino: “Coping with Intensity & Overexcitabilities” will be our noon/EST #gtchat topic on Friday. #gifted

RT @Kidlutions: In parenting, think like Einstein. “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting…http://bit.ly/aDCmiK

RT @bweikle: Have u heard of the Magic Castle @ Princess Margaret? It’s a childcare program for parents fighting cancer http://bit.ly/bHywN6

Happy Family Day! Happy President’s Day!

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