I’m Bad At Maths . . . No Big Deal Right? by Prof. Rhys C. Jones

Have you ever been scared stiff of a spider in the bathroom and screamed as loud as you can? Then did you look around and see [...]

Thumbs Up to Failure by Prof. Rhys C. Jones

Sooner or later you will fail at something in your life, it’s going to happen! It’s very likely that you have already failed at something. And [...]

I Believe in Me!

Positive Self-Esteem for High Potential Learners – How to Help Them Believe and Thrive Self-esteem can be summarised as the opinion we have of ourselves. Positive [...]

Creative Thinking Skills: Activities for Arts to Sciences

How to Support Innovative Young Mathematicians, Artists, Writers and Scientists How can you possibly stimulate the mind of a young person who not only has high [...]

Creativity of Thought

Creative thinking, concerning the innovation of new ideas and the ability to think about things in new ways, whilst sometimes seen as a welcome yet mysterious [...]

Executive Function Skills – Simplifying a Young, High Potential Learner’s ‘Thinking’ and ‘Doing’

Introducing the executive function processes that allow the brain to plan, adapt and multitask 'like an air traffic controller'. What Are Executive Function Skills? Executive function [...]

Emotional Intelligence and High Learning Potential

Whilst there is a common acceptance of the importance of academic aptitude when it comes to life chances, it is by no means the only kind [...]

Apps, Screen Use and Balance for Young People with High Learning Potential

Should you encourage your high learning potential (HLP) youngster to use meaningful apps – or to put down their gadgets? The latest research is contradictory but [...]

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