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Mind Matters

By Emily Kircher-Morris

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The Mind Matters podcast features discussions with leaders in the fields of psychology, education, and beyond, with an emphasis on gifted/talented and 2e (twice-exceptional) children and adults. Mind Matters explores parenting, counseling techniques, and best practices for enriching the lives of high-ability people.

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Devon MacEachron Episode

Devon MacEachron reasoning for discrediting theories altogether and labeling them as “myth” is based entirely on her stating that there isn’t clear, scientific research solidifying those theories.

Lack of research does not mean that a theory is a myth... it means exactly that. That there simply hasn’t been enough research to support those particular ideas.

This is a dangerous and misleading episode, discrediting ideas that have not been disproven.

Please refrain from misleading content that implies something is inaccurate when it simply hasn’t been proven.

Or, provide evidence that supports the claim that it is, in fact, myth with data supporting as such.

Thanks.

Great information

I am a podcast junkie teacher. They fill my 1 hour commute each way. As a GT teacher it is hard to find content that is specific to my overall needs. This podcast has been very helpful. I have recommended it to friends and students’ parents.

Something I can finally relate to!

As a former moderately gifted child and mother of a preschooler that I suspect is gifted, I find this podcast fascinating. Looking back on my own childhood and school years, I can relate to most of the topics and it puts many of the challenges I faced in a new perspective for me. I’m hoping what I’m learning will help me be able to support and advocate my daughter if she faces these same challenges that I did.

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  • Category: Kids & Family
  • Language: English

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