A child with High Potential may experience academic difficulties, despite his or her extraordinary abilities, and may have to cope with learning disabilities. Traditional teaching is not always adapted to his way of thinking. Thus, many children with High Potential are in school failure.
HPI children generally have an intellectual development lead of two years or more compared to other children.
This early onset causes what psychologists call internal dyssynchrony. This dyssynchrony stems from a discrepancy between the child’s emotional development and psychomotor maturation on the one hand, and his or her intellectual development on the other. This is why the verbal performance of HPIs is better than their writing or drawing.
In addition, this internal dyssynchrony is complemented by a so-called social dyssynchrony when the school and/or family environment of these children logically expects behaviour that corresponds to the norm of their age, which is not obvious for IPT.
At Benk, we are specialists in learning and help children with High Potential to develop the best techniques and tools for learning, combining cognitive and emotional intelligence. We work on organization, self-confidence, emotional management and progression.
Our success is to support your child in revealing and exploiting his or her potential.