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Raising a Renaissance Kid

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Raising a Renaissance Kid

This slidedeck accompanies my conference session on 5 Tips for Parenting Renaissance Kids. You know the ones - they are interested in everything. You can find a resource handout at http://bit.ly/ren-kid-handout.

This slidedeck accompanies my conference session on 5 Tips for Parenting Renaissance Kids. You know the ones - they are interested in everything. You can find a resource handout at http://bit.ly/ren-kid-handout.

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Raising a Renaissance Kid

  1. 1. with Lisa Van Gemert {mensafoundation.org}
  2. 2. Think of people like these…
  3. 3. Archimedes
  4. 4. Omar Khayyám
  5. 5. Leonardo da Vinci
  6. 6. Thomas Jefferson Maria Agnesi
  7. 7. Thomas Jefferson Maria Agnesi
  8. 8. Maria Agnesi
  9. 9. Johann Goethe
  10. 10. Steve Jobs
  11. 11. They’re polymaths Johann Goethe
  12. 12. and polymaths like Johann Goethe
  13. 13. everything Johann Goethe
  14. 14. paleontology!
  15. 15. Maybe that’s my kid history!
  16. 16. space!
  17. 17. Impressionism!
  18. 18. paleontology {again}!
  19. 19. All before lunch.
  20. 20. So please allow me to share with you
  21. 21. tips for raising a renaissance child
  22. 22. They change interests like they change shoes.
  23. 23. Don’t make them keep one pair on until they wear out.
  24. 24. You can’t just get off anywhere, however.
  25. 25. You can get off here.
  26. 26. This is called being a quitter smart.
  27. 27. new goal = really important
  28. 28. Don’t wait until this dog goes to heaven
  29. 29. to bring home this bundle o’ love
  30. 30. If they think it should come easily because they are smart,
  31. 31. they will become discouraged and begin to doubt themselves.
  32. 32. If that happens, they may quit too soon for the wrong reason.
  33. 33. Let’s look at typing.
  34. 34. Is this your family?
  35. 35. Do you live in fear you’ll forget to bring the snacks to the game?
  36. 36. Do you know your child’s color on the calendar as well as you do her name?
  37. 37. Do you feel guilty if you sit here {even for a minute}?
  38. 38. Do they know you at the Are you Wendy’s driveKnown by thru? name here?
  39. 39. If you got sick, would it cause a scheduling explosion?
  40. 40. Do you ever wish you would get sick so you could have an excuse to lie in bed?
  41. 41. Do you put enough miles on your car to be a longdistance truck driver?
  42. 42. Do your kids fall asleep in the car {often}?
  43. 43. Bonus points if they’re eating & sleeping.
  44. 44. Do you often feel like something is chasing you?
  45. 45. If you answered yes {or laughed uncomfortably} to more than five of these,
  46. 46. you need a 12-step program for overscheduled people.
  47. 47. The first step is admitting that your schedule is untenable.
  48. 48. Saying “no” to too many activities teaches your children the important skill of discernment.
  49. 49. protip: You don’t need to take lessons in everything you like.
  50. 50. Most of the girls with classes every single day, all day don’t look like this when they’re there.
  51. 51. Here’s an underused word for you to try:
  52. 52. Or the slightly more pc: That won’t work for me.
  53. 53. A Nobel Prize starts here.
  54. 54. Isaac Newton’s Notebook
  55. 55. Artists & inventors use them
  56. 56. Chemists use them.
  57. 57. These are so awesome.
  58. 58. And so are these.
  59. 59. And you’ll need these, too.
  60. 60. current thoughts = future passions
  61. 61. Let your child build a library.
  62. 62. Perhaps not quite this big.
  63. 63. organization + context + relevance Curation
  64. 64. SKILL 1: GATHER
  65. 65. Image credit: U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration SKILL 2: FILTER
  66. 66. Even big museums don’t display all of their collection at any one given time.
  67. 67. Image credit: Behn, Wikimedia Commons SKILL 3: THEME
  68. 68. SKILL 4: DISPLAY
  69. 69. You’ll need a labeler. Boy, will you need a labeler.
  70. 70. How Dancing Baby can help.
  71. 71. You can create digital libraries on sites like slideshare.net.
  72. 72. Or even Pinterest.
  73. 73. Create a virtual bookshelf on Goodreads.
  74. 74. Or LibraryThing
  75. 75. Using Dewey is super fun for some of us. #noshame
  76. 76. Remember Johann Goethe
  77. 77. Organized collections are called museums Johann Goethe
  78. 78. Disorganized collections are called hoarding Johann Goethe
  79. 79. All he needs is unstructured time & raw materials & books.
  80. 80. No one needs this stuff. Trust me.
  81. 81. AGAR
  82. 82. NOT AGAR $239
  83. 83. AGAR
  84. 84. NOT AGAR $399
  85. 85. YOU ARE THE BEST AGAR.
  86. 86. Let’s Review
  87. 87. This presentation is made possible through the generous donors of the Committed to recognizing, encouraging, and communicating excellence in intelligence.
  88. 88. Giving Credit where Credit is Due Notebooks: Flickr by sa_ku_ra Library of Alexandria: O. Von Corven "The Great Library of Alexandria" Dewey Decimal System: Maggie Appleton Flickr Explosion: Photo: LA(Phot) Dave Jenkins/MOD Isaac Newton notebook & other notebooks: Trinity College, Cambridge & wikimedia creative commons Toy Storage: Jodeswa via Flickr; flickr, anna st; All other images cited are in the Creative Commons & are shared under appropriate licensing requirements. All images not cited are from Pixabay, morguefile.com, sxc.hu, freerangestock.com, or were purchased from iStock photo or Shutterstock.

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