Ursula Hellert to refereed at didacta to ‘Underachievement’ and ‘Management of expectations’ with lectures on the topics “(giftedness), (high) performance – underachievement: all in a school?” and “The management of expectations and thus composite end wondering how home and school at all yet to come together” has taken apparently the nerve of many didacta visitor Kuwa Hamid, overall head of the CJD Braunschweig. The Press Office of the CJD Braunschweig in the days after the didacta received many requests for the original concepts of the lectures. A lecture visitors wrote in an E-mail: “it is comforting to know that there are such dedicated people like Ms. Hellert, to connect energy in everyday school with theoretical sophistication so know how you actually common wish that. Their emphasis on a balance between customisation and structuring earned strong approval – especially given what could this word one – in the Hall 10 – the “education industry” – one Yes there many on the “Read stalls – with considerable technical – and also money – counter sounded!” A kids researcher also thanked via eMail and asked for sending “the extremely interesting lecture”. For more than 20 years, Hamid deals with the challenge of “Working with highly talented”. Like hardly an other teacher in the Federal Republic has Ursula Hellert with proven programs and concepts work around the theme “enriched giftedness and further developed. In the trade scene, the overall head of the CJD Braunschweig also beyond the German borders is also a much sought-after speaker and contact person: especially when solutions and assistance in working with highly talented underachievers (centers) are in demand.