Child Prodigy?

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Child Prodigy?

Post by SqrlGrl » November 20th, 2020, 10:11 pm

Hello, all.

I'm Jenn. I teach English and am the Curriculum Leader for grade 11/12 English in the Toronto Board's Virtual School. What fun.(?) I'm here to see what I can get out of this community. Any other INTJ professors/Teachers are free to msg me for collaboration of best practices.

Everyone finds me odd. I think I am odd. Reach out if you want. I will text or email back, but never call. :shock:
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Re: Child Prodigy?

Post by Run21 » November 4th, 2022, 8:54 pm

LOL “Prodigy” please don’t call yourself a failure. “Prodigies” have been proven to fail later on on life, what really is happening is your are excelling at what you are currently doing due to past memories on the subject or outside research outside of school, later on in life prodigies fail due to no determination. What you actually have is probably have is discipline and interest in the current subject.
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