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My child is so happy to be in your class this year. We know you are a wonderful and dedicated teacher and you care so much about your students. Although he really loves to learn, he is somewhat anxious about being back in school again.
My child is just a kid who thinks way differently, maybe ahead a few grade levels in some subjects, is a bit intense, and he sometimes struggles in school. He may be working a grade level or two or even three ahead of other students in some subjects, but not in all subjects. He is just not that perfect little soldier some people expect him to be.
I hope you understand. Also, he can be really intense in class when you are teaching one of his favorite topics. He may raise his hand often and incessantly talk about a subject he is passionate about. He is not being snotty or a show-off, he is really just very excited to be learning about a subject he feels strongly about.
He can be really intense which is one of those common behaviors for gifted kids. It is just that he is in his happy place when learning something he enjoys.
He just gets carried away!
And speaking of looking like a know-it-all, he was teased about that last year in school by some of his classmates. I know as a teacher, you are incredibly busy, but could you keep an eye out for anyone teasing him or if he seems to be keeping to himself too much?
Lastly, his therapist mentioned that because of the teasing and maybe because he was bored gosh, I hate using that word last year in school, he is showing signs of becoming an underachiever. Please let me know if his grades start slipping.
Underachievement is also common in gifted kidsespecially when they are not happy or not learning challenging new things in school.
That is what his therapist said. Who would have ever thought that gifted children were not the perfect students most everyone thinks they are? Thank you for taking the time to read and understand about my child and his gifted quirks.Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
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