Challenging Behavior May Signal Extraordinary Talent in Children

Jackie Silberg with Howard Glasser

pic What many teachers and parents routinely label as bad or troublesome behavior in infants and toddlers are often the seeds of remarkable talent. This segment discusses how to recognize and cultivate the early markers of talent and, more importantly, how to avoid mislabeling or squelching young talent before it blossoms.
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