Interactive High Talent Pool

In the company of other people very gifted students feel not always properly understood. Some feel a brindled cow, which is staring at. Expect more that they sit with 16 years in the University, that they find a regular joke funny. Very gifted students are exposed to different prejudices. Because giftedness is often equated with scientific knowledge or a genius ala Aristotle, Leonardo da Vinci and Mozart. What talent is talking about, when there is talk of giftedness? Heller (2000) speaks of different talent factors: intellectual skills (linguistic, mathematical, etc.) Social emotional skills Musisch artistic skills (paint, photograph, etc.) Musical skills (vocals, guitar, etc.) Creativity (linguistic, artistic, etc.) Psychomotor skills (Formula 1, dance, etc.) Practical intelligence some highly talented are sometimes not as good in some areas and then generally doubted her skill.

Other gifted people have a very long period of puberty and ask yourself: I don’t grow at all? The self-doubt – and also the doubts of others against the background of deep inner knowledge is a striking problem”or the intuition: I know that I can do something special or: I know that I can do something particularly well. Often lack the insight or even the courage to the next step – to next question then: but what? Or also: who can help me with this? The problem: Intellectually gifted people are often subtle sensitive. You can not always help themselves. You ever seem like sleeping beauty, waiting to be liberated. Freed from shyness and inhibition. Hochbegabungs forums, in which gifted feel relatively free are useful.

In one such mental home, they dare to address the issues that matter to them the heart – such as: what is highly gifted in social competence? Brainy? Underachiever? ADS? Help, my child is talented! Gold Medal in computing – how does one do it? How can we be useful gifted? One “such a platform is the Forum: giftedness – drama or success story”. Currently discuss this highly gifted and highly gifted people from all over the world about their topics – win new friends, find old friends and plan joint activities. New gifted are welcome: net/prib7d383x/highly gifted the participation is free of charge. Presenter Lilli Cremer Altgeld was University curator at the University of Witten/Herdecke, private and conducted seminars in Europe, America and Africa. She is a member of the German speakers lexicon and now works as a coach, journalist and presenter in the theme worlds of giftedness, politics, media, sociology and psychology. Contact: Lilli Cremer Altgeld count Salm str 34 50181 Bedburg mobile + 49 (0) 151 1431 3556 FON + 49 (0) 2272 4097 900 fax + 49 (0) 2272 4097 901 Press Office