A Rising Tide Lifts All Ships


There is an old  saying “a rising tide lifts all ships.” I heard that saying a long time ago, but it didn’t really hit me until this month. As many of you know, or may not know, I am trying to get Gifted Blog Hop off the ground (#gtbloghop). I love to blog, when I get the chance, and when I feel I have something to say that I think is worthwhile for someone to read. My passion is to be the best Gifted Intervention Specialist (GIS) that I can be. Part of that passion is being an advocate for my gifted students, and for making awareness of the issues of Gifted Education in the ears of those who either have gifted children, teach gifted students, or have a desire to teach gifted children.

The point of #gtbloghop is to lift the awareness of not only gifted issues, but also to lift up those who are in the trenches of Gifted Education. You may be just like me, in the fact that as an educator you want the best for your students. You want those around you to have an understanding of what your passion is. That’s the point of #gtbloghop. To bring together the posts about Gifted Education from those in and around Gifted Education. Each sharing their points of view on the issues and trends of Gifted Education.

If you want to be part of the tide that raises everyone up, then I am encouraging you to take part in #gtblohop. Gifted blog hopping is going to make a big difference. It can help spread information on those issues and aspects of Gifted Education that may not be so well-known outside the Gifted Education circles.

Click to know more about #gtbloghop.

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