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Published on Mar 23, 2010
The panel discusses what happens when we label kids. In the education system, it is necessary to identify a child as special needs before he or she can get help. But once the child is identified as gifted or dyslexic, how does that affect that child's outcomes? And what about the less clinical labelling that happens - when kids are identified as anxious or artistic or sporty or disruptive or shy? How do these labels affect children's perceptions of themselves, and the school's expectations of them?