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!

Happy Father’s Day!

RT @DeborahMersino: Trans from 06.18 7pm #gtchat “Mistaken Identity: When Others Don’t Get” #Gifted‘” {11pm start}

RT @DeborahMersino: For anyone who is curious, use#gtstoogies for pre- and after- #gtchat and fun dialogue (food/other) between Fri chats!

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 06.18 noon/EST #gtchat “Science Exploration: Best Sites for GT Students/Kids”

RT @HoagiesGifted: Why fun is important in learning – Part 2 Thanks @GiftedHF

RT @HoagiesGifted: Why fun is important in learning (Part I) Thanks @GiftedHF

Thanks for the mention @HelpWeveGotKids!

@JacquelineGreen Thanks for the #FF!

You go girl!

RT @DeborahMersino: “Science Exploration: Best Sites for GT Students/Kids” will be our noon/EST #gtchat topic tomorrow/06.18. #gifted

RT @DeborahMersino: Mistaken Identity: When Others Don’t Get “Gifted” will be our 7pm/EST #gtchat topic for tomorrow/06.18. Join us! #gifted

Thx for the RT! @JacquelineGreen: RT @Jenniferkolari What to Do When Your Toddler Hits Another Child

TY 4 RT! @Reader_Writer: RT @mychildfeels “Book Review: Connected Parenting by @jenniferkolari” by @marshaj

Good news on anti-bullying programs:

Thanks for the RTs! @Child_Health_OW @Parenting_OW

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