Dr. Nancy Taylor Goldman

Dr. Nancy Taylor Goldman started out in publishing and later switched to education, earning a master’s degree and a doctorate from Columbia University’s Teachers College. She has served as a teacher, nursery director, Director of the Gifted, director of curriculum in a local school district, international consultant, and professor. She is a writer and a member of The Learning Collaborative Board.

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Gifted Performance

Beginning in the 19th century, different conceptions have arisen about giftedness and what it is. Is it genetic? Is it environmental? Is it both? Recent research on gifted performance in adulthood and how it is nurtured from childhood through adulthood provides a more thorough and nuanced understanding of gifted performance in adulthood.


My Adoption Triangle Week 3

This three-week course will tell the compelling story of the author who was adopted at birth into a nurturing family, who lost her mother to cancer at twenty, and then reunited with her birth mother at fifty with the help of information given to her earlier in life by her mother. It is also the story of adoption itself, viewed as a triangular relationship, exploring the three perspectives of the birth mother, the mother, and the adopted person.


My Adoption Triangle

This three-week course will tell the compelling story of the author who was adopted at birth into a nurturing family, who lost her mother to cancer at twenty, and then reunited with her birth mother at fifty with the help of information given to her earlier in life by her mother. It is also the story of adoption itself, viewed as a triangular relationship, exploring the three perspectives of the birth mother, the mother, and the adopted person.


My Adoption Triangle Week 2

This three-week course will tell the compelling story of the author who was adopted at birth into a nurturing family, who lost her mother to cancer at twenty, and then reunited with her birth mother at fifty with the help of information given to her earlier in life by her mother. It is also the story of adoption itself, viewed as a triangular relationship, exploring the three perspectives of the birth mother, the mother, and the adopted person.