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!

Getting services for a learning disability. Advice for my U.S. tweeps:http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/27/health/27patient.html?hpw

Love this! RT @MarjieKnudsen: Impromptu Performance by Elderly Couple of 62 years –http://bit.ly/aC8XzT #health#happiness #relationships

RT @flourishingkids: Playing scrabble on FB with daughter who’s at college. Love that she wants to spend part of her Sat. night with me 🙂

RT @Annie_Fox: When we stop & listen 2 our kids we show that we care enough 2 try 2 understand what they’re feeling http://bit.ly/8bIzO8

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript #gtchat “Exploring the Role of #Gifted & Talented Teacher” http://bit.ly/bERgHL {scroll to 4:59 pm/GMT)

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript “Finding Age-appropriate Literature for #Gifted Students” http://bit.ly/bB6vbz #gtchat (excellent resources!)

Marsha Jacobson on Change http://bit.ly/c1czrA

@alysonschafer Not sure. We’re looking into that:) Thanks for the referral!

The importance of touch http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/23/health/23mind.html

Amazing! RT @alysonschafer: gr8 video wins 2nd place. Gr8 msg and FASCINATING palindrome.http://bit.ly/

TY for the RT @happyhealthyhip: RT @Jenniferkolari: New Post: How Connected Parenting Can Help Your Orchid Child http://ow.ly/16DZu8

@psychomia Thanks for the RT!

RT @DeborahMersino: “Finding Age-appropriate Literature for #Gifted Students” will be our 7pm/EST #gtchat topic on Friday!

RT @DeborahMersino: “Exploring the Role of the #Gifted & Talented Teacher” will be our noon/EST #gtchat topic this Friday!

RT @AudreyFG: Looking 4-ward to this! RT @DeborahMersino: Readg Experts: Need bk recs 4 students who read 2- 6 levels above avg #gtchat

Check out this article abt how the pwr of a growth mindset is demonstrated by Olympians who use setbacks as motivation http://bit.ly/a9eIAP

Nope. RT @amyrhoda: Is there anything nicer than the contemplative silence of two children engrossed in their Chirp and Chickadee magazines?

RT @inspiringMoms: One of hardest things 4 moms to do is ask 4 help yet if we don’t do it, who is going to teach our… http://bit.ly/cxJox5

RT @sara_winter: Sometimes U need fresh strt RT @AutismMomExpert: Therapy a blast 4 spec needs kids http://ow.ly/1auU7 #autism #specialneeds

RT @bweikle: Very inspiring! Program gives big boost to inner-city students – Parentcentral.ca http://ow.ly/1alu8

Thx for RT @sara_winter Makes sense 4 LOT of kids I know RT @jenniferkolari How Connected Parenting Can Help Your Orchid http://ow.ly/16DZu8

RT @DeborahMersino: Vote now for 02.26 global #gtchat topics: http://twtpoll.com/r/ahu6md #gifted

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