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A new book about Gifted Underachiever

Gifted Underachiever is a Problem. Many gifted children are suffering in the schools around the world.

In the past month, I have been busy again. We worked on a new book. I am glad that we worked together again. Who? About what?

Titel: Gifted Underachievers

Publisher: Nova Science Publishers in USA, 2017
Accountable talent:
under and overachievement as investible human capital
Roland S Persson, Ph.D. Prof.
Jönköping University, Jönköping, Sweden
Gifted Underachievers Under-the-Radar
Gail Post, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist, USA
Christine Hunt Hjorth
first grade teacher certified in Elementary and Early Childhood Education, USA
Profoundly Gifted Underachievement
Jessica Potts, Ph.D.
Teacher in Secondary Education, USA

Underachievement and Giftedness: Fission and/or Fusion?
Karen B. Rogers, Ph.D., Professor Emerita
Special Education & Gifted Education Department
University of St. Thomas
College of Education, Leadership & Counseling, USA

EQ Skill Gaps Contributing to Underachievement
Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted (SENG), Inc.
Kate Bachtel. PhD, President
Solution Oriented Coaching for Gifted Underachievers
Roya Klingner
Head and Founder of the Global Center for Gifted & Talented Children, Germany

The Illustration for the cover is my work too:

Instagram: Gifted Underachiever by Roya Klingner

This book will inform parents, educators and researchers about this topic. I hope to help more gifted children, who are dealing with this problem in this way.

Remember! There is no problems, only undiscovered solutions 😉

Happy 📖 Reading!