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A podcast about parenting and educating K-12 gifted and talented kids from Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY).Show notes available at https://johnshopkinscty.org/bright-now-season-three-show-notes

Latest Episodes

Episode 25: Misbehaving Artists with Jeff Smith - Bonus

In this special bonus episode, Dr. Jeff Smith returns to share his perspective as a former consultant to the Metropolitan Museum of Art with a riveting conversation about the groundbreaking impact of some of the historical “bad boys” of art featured in his new book, “Scoundrels, Cads, and Other Great Artists.”

14 minJUL 7
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Episode 25: Misbehaving Artists with Jeff Smith - Bonus

Episode 24: Parenting Bright Students with Jennifer Jolly - Bonus

In this special bonus episode, director of the Gifted Education and Talent Development Office at the University of Alabama Dr. Jennifer Jolly returns to dive deeper into parenting strategies, advocating for gifted students, and the importance of forging strong communities among parents of gifted learners.

13 minJUN 30
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Episode 24: Parenting Bright Students with Jennifer Jolly - Bonus

Episode 23: Social-emotional Skills with Tre’ Gammage

How can parents and educators help children express themselves and their dreams confidently? Tre’ Gammage, educational consultant and author of “Every Decision Counts: 8 Lessons I Wish They Taught Me In School” and host Jonathan Plucker discuss nuances of communication and methods for supporting children as they develop their social-emotional skill sets. Show notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/bright-now-season-three-show-notes

17 minMAY 11
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Episode 23: Social-emotional Skills with Tre’ Gammage

Episode 22: Answering Your Testing Questions with Jeff Smith

We know parents have questions about testing—so we brought in an expert to answer them! Dr. Jeff Smith, Dean of the College of Education at the University of Otago in New Zealand, joins CTY’s Jonathan Plucker for a Q&A session with questions provided by our listeners that cover a wide range of assessment-related topics. Show notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/bright-now-season-three-show-notes

24 minMAY 5
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Episode 22: Answering Your Testing Questions with Jeff Smith

Episode 21: Homeschooling with Jennifer Jolly

What are the keys to making homeschooling effective for advanced learners? Dr. Jennifer Jolly, director of the Gifted Education and Talent Development Office at the University of Alabama sits down with host Jonathan Plucker to discuss the relationship between homeschooling and institutional learning, and how the flexibility and options afforded by homeschooling can make it ideal for gifted students. Show notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/bright-now-season-three-show-notes

16 minAPR 29
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Episode 21: Homeschooling with Jennifer Jolly

Episode 20: Digital Education with Chris Robbins

At a time when distance learning has become “the new normal,” we hear from Chris Robbins, a 26 year veteran teacher in the Glastonbury Public Schools in Connecticut, as he and host Jonathan Plucker break down some of the benefits and challenges of transitioning to a digital model of education. Show notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/digital-education-with-chris-robbins

18 minAPR 21
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Episode 20: Digital Education with Chris Robbins

Episode 19: Critical Thinking with Colin Seale

How can all children learn to apply critical thinking in the classroom and in the world? Colin Seale, founder and CEO of thinkLaw and author of “Thinking Like A Lawyer: A Framework for Teaching Critical Thinking to All Students,” joins CTY’s Jonathan Plucker to examine how lack of educational equity prevents students from developing their critical thinking skills, and what educators and parents can do to help close that gap. Show Notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/bright-now-season-three-show-notes

23 minAPR 14
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Episode 19: Critical Thinking with Colin Seale

Episode 18: Disruptive Innovation with Michael Horn - Bonus

In this special mid-season bonus episode, Michael Horn, co-author of "Choosing College: How to Make Better Learning Decisions Throughout Your Life," returns to discuss and expand on the concept of disruptive innovation.

15 minFEB 19
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Episode 18: Disruptive Innovation with Michael Horn - Bonus

Episode 17: The College Search Process IV

Following up on our three part series in Season two; Michael Horn, a senior partner for Entangled Solution and the co-author of "Choosing College: How to Make Better Learning Decisions Throughout Your Life" and CTY's Jonathan Plucker dive into the importance of post-secondary education and lifelong learning.

17 min2019 OCT 22
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Episode 17: The College Search Process IV

Episode 16: Types of Acceleration

Is your child frustrated in class? Are they ready for the next level?Dr. Susan Assouline, the Myron and Jacqueline N. Blank Endowed Chair in Gifted Education at the University of Iowa andCTY's Jonathan Plucker discusssome of the options available to parents and educators, the challenges their child may face,and the potential impact that acceleration may have on a gifted student’s social and emotional development.

23 min2019 OCT 16
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Episode 16: Types of Acceleration

Latest Episodes

Episode 25: Misbehaving Artists with Jeff Smith - Bonus

In this special bonus episode, Dr. Jeff Smith returns to share his perspective as a former consultant to the Metropolitan Museum of Art with a riveting conversation about the groundbreaking impact of some of the historical “bad boys” of art featured in his new book, “Scoundrels, Cads, and Other Great Artists.”

14 minJUL 7
Comments
Episode 25: Misbehaving Artists with Jeff Smith - Bonus

Episode 24: Parenting Bright Students with Jennifer Jolly - Bonus

In this special bonus episode, director of the Gifted Education and Talent Development Office at the University of Alabama Dr. Jennifer Jolly returns to dive deeper into parenting strategies, advocating for gifted students, and the importance of forging strong communities among parents of gifted learners.

13 minJUN 30
Comments
Episode 24: Parenting Bright Students with Jennifer Jolly - Bonus

Episode 23: Social-emotional Skills with Tre’ Gammage

How can parents and educators help children express themselves and their dreams confidently? Tre’ Gammage, educational consultant and author of “Every Decision Counts: 8 Lessons I Wish They Taught Me In School” and host Jonathan Plucker discuss nuances of communication and methods for supporting children as they develop their social-emotional skill sets. Show notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/bright-now-season-three-show-notes

17 minMAY 11
Comments
Episode 23: Social-emotional Skills with Tre’ Gammage

Episode 22: Answering Your Testing Questions with Jeff Smith

We know parents have questions about testing—so we brought in an expert to answer them! Dr. Jeff Smith, Dean of the College of Education at the University of Otago in New Zealand, joins CTY’s Jonathan Plucker for a Q&A session with questions provided by our listeners that cover a wide range of assessment-related topics. Show notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/bright-now-season-three-show-notes

24 minMAY 5
Comments
Episode 22: Answering Your Testing Questions with Jeff Smith

Episode 21: Homeschooling with Jennifer Jolly

What are the keys to making homeschooling effective for advanced learners? Dr. Jennifer Jolly, director of the Gifted Education and Talent Development Office at the University of Alabama sits down with host Jonathan Plucker to discuss the relationship between homeschooling and institutional learning, and how the flexibility and options afforded by homeschooling can make it ideal for gifted students. Show notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/bright-now-season-three-show-notes

16 minAPR 29
Comments
Episode 21: Homeschooling with Jennifer Jolly

Episode 20: Digital Education with Chris Robbins

At a time when distance learning has become “the new normal,” we hear from Chris Robbins, a 26 year veteran teacher in the Glastonbury Public Schools in Connecticut, as he and host Jonathan Plucker break down some of the benefits and challenges of transitioning to a digital model of education. Show notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/digital-education-with-chris-robbins

18 minAPR 21
Comments
Episode 20: Digital Education with Chris Robbins

Episode 19: Critical Thinking with Colin Seale

How can all children learn to apply critical thinking in the classroom and in the world? Colin Seale, founder and CEO of thinkLaw and author of “Thinking Like A Lawyer: A Framework for Teaching Critical Thinking to All Students,” joins CTY’s Jonathan Plucker to examine how lack of educational equity prevents students from developing their critical thinking skills, and what educators and parents can do to help close that gap. Show Notes: https://johnshopkinscty.org/bright-now-season-three-show-notes

23 minAPR 14
Comments
Episode 19: Critical Thinking with Colin Seale

Episode 18: Disruptive Innovation with Michael Horn - Bonus

In this special mid-season bonus episode, Michael Horn, co-author of "Choosing College: How to Make Better Learning Decisions Throughout Your Life," returns to discuss and expand on the concept of disruptive innovation.

15 minFEB 19
Comments
Episode 18: Disruptive Innovation with Michael Horn - Bonus

Episode 17: The College Search Process IV

Following up on our three part series in Season two; Michael Horn, a senior partner for Entangled Solution and the co-author of "Choosing College: How to Make Better Learning Decisions Throughout Your Life" and CTY's Jonathan Plucker dive into the importance of post-secondary education and lifelong learning.

17 min2019 OCT 22
Comments
Episode 17: The College Search Process IV

Episode 16: Types of Acceleration

Is your child frustrated in class? Are they ready for the next level?Dr. Susan Assouline, the Myron and Jacqueline N. Blank Endowed Chair in Gifted Education at the University of Iowa andCTY's Jonathan Plucker discusssome of the options available to parents and educators, the challenges their child may face,and the potential impact that acceleration may have on a gifted student’s social and emotional development.

23 min2019 OCT 16
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Episode 16: Types of Acceleration
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