This Week’s Tweets

For 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 session on GT Advocacy Polarities: Digging Deep into Divisions #gifted

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from #gtchat – Taking#gtchat to the Next Level: A Global Movement #gifted

Some #gtchat love from Prufrock!

Jacqueline Green on hyper #parenting:

Thanks for the Follow Friday love! @OhBabymagazine #FF

RT @gretchenrubin: Even 5 min of exercise in “green space” like a park boosts happiness–esp when area includes water.

Amazing! RT @DeborahMersino: Wow! Nearly 200 individuals have accessed the trans from our last #gtchat. Inspiring/powerful. TY to all…

TY 4 RT! @HelpWeveGotKids: RT @Jenniferkolari: Sign up for a Connected #Parenting Boys’ Book Club in SD.

TY! RT @sos4parents: @Jenniferkolari Listened 2 U on @TheCoffeeKlatch on connected parenting, mirroring… Great!

Sign up for a Connected #Parenting Boys’ Book Club in SD. It’ll be led by coaches Rebecca Lindsay & Kelly Parisa!

RT @Annie_Fox: Just started a new discussion on Cruel’s Not Cool! Chance 2 rewrite a humiliating moment from your past!

Thanks so much #FF @vvanpetten @SueScheff@JacquelineGreen @inspiringMoms

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