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Gifted and 2e Resources



  • National Association for Gifted Children: NAGC is a great resource for parents of gifted children to find articles and resources about raising an intellectually gifted child.

  • Supporting the Emotional Needs of the Gifted: SENG is an organization whose mission is to ensure that gifted children are understood, accepted, nurtured, and supported by their families, schools, and workplaces. Offers webinars.

  • Northwest Gifted Child Association: NWGCA provides presentations, seminars, resources, and events to help families approach parenting challenges armed with information specific to the needs of gifted and talented children, enhance family relationships, and connect with other families who have gifted children.

  • Hoagies’ Gifted Education Page: This is an "All Things Gifted" resource for parents, teachers, administrators, mental health professionals, and gifted kids and adults

  • Center for Talented Youth: This Johns Hopkins University organization engages gifted kids and their families through programs, summer classes, and a bi-monthly magazine.

  • Davidson Institute for Talent Development: The Davidson Institute's mission is to nurture and support profoundly intelligent (99.9th percentile) youth ages 5-18.

  • Mensa for Kids: This website includes lesson plans, fun activities, and TED Talk links for kids, including offering monthly themes to get kids reading and learning at an advanced level.

  • Institute for Research and Policy on Acceleration: Thinking of skipping a grade? Check out this website on the latest research being done into academic acceleration. For parents, educators, researchers, and policymakers.

  • Gifted Child Today: This open-access journal is for parents and teachers featuring the latest information about talented and gifted children.

  • Gifted Child Quarterly: Another open-access journal, this journal is more scholarly, publishing research done on giftedness and talent development.

  • Exquisite Minds: With a focus on creativity, this website for parents and teachers of gifted children can find resources, online games, tips, tools, and more.

  • Schools for the Gifted Child: Wondering where to send your gifted child to school? This page from Hoagie's lists schools in the US, Canada, Switzerland, Austria, and Holland.

  • Gifted Children’s Bill of Rights: This resource from ASGC will help you learn how to stand up for your kids and make sure that his or her rights are being respected.

  • VeryWell Family: Gifted Kids Learn how to identify gifted kids, help them with challenges, and more.





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