reply to post by Lucid Lunacy
Good point. You can argue both sides of the equation with Helen Keller. One, she was born unable to see, speak, or hear. Yet, later in life, she
overcame all three. So, was she gifted with a greater propensity to learn genetically and therefore able to apply that genetic gift when exposed with
the opportunities to learn and grow?
With the common denominator, what is "normal" to some isn't to all. Tailoring to that poses a big problem to those who are gifted and to those who
And, to Mopusvindictous, I understand the reading thing. I got Stephen King's "Talisman" taken away from me by the teacher when I was in third
grade. My parents had no problem with my reading level and providing appopriate material, but my school sure did.