St. Paul, United States
Tiffany Chaiko is a doctoral student at Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity with more than 30 years of professional experience. She is a parent of twice-exceptional children. Tiffany holds an M. Ed. in Educational Leadership from Hawaii Pacific University. Her research interests are twice-exceptionality; creativity, strength-based and talent-focused approaches, and environments with positive psychology.
- Contributions at Talent Education 2022
Creating strength-based-talent-focused home environments to support the growth and well-being of complex and creative childrenPaperComplex and creative children have traits that are impacted by context and this can cause new traits to emerge (Reis et al., 2014). When contexts are psychologically safe and supportive of their asynchronous strengths, interests, and needs, these children experience well-being and positive growth (Ryan & Deci, 2017; Tetreault, 2021; … More