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SENG’s mission is to “empower families and communities to guide gifted and talented individuals to reach their goals: intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually.” Their website provides research, programs and articles to support parents of gifted children.
The Parent Institute provides parents with an annual event to attend seminars on parenting gifted children and network with families of other gifted students. Also available through this link is the AAGT’s parent resources links.
This site presents a digest of gifted research out of Duke University. This article presents some tips and questions for parents to ask of the school and gifted program as they learn the services available as students transition from elementary to middle school.
Another article from the digest of gifted research from Duke University that gives parents a sense of the types of acceleration offered to students, the benefits of acceleration and tips for making it work for their child.
A comprehensive college directory with many resources useful to prospective students and parents interested in advancing their education. A school’s accreditation status should play a large role in choosing which school to attend and AccreditedOnlineColleges.org, provides the tools to make this research easier than ever.
This Johns Hopkins University program identifies America's top academic students in grades two through eight and provides challenging educational programs through their tenth grade year.
The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) identifies gifted children and provides resources to nurture the development of these exceptionally bright youngsters. Programs are available for students, families, and educators.
The Council is the largest international professional organization specifically dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, students with disabilities, and/or the gifted.
This creative, team problem-solving competition that has three levels of competition -- local, state, and world -- where teams from around the world get together to compete.
This site provides goals of for programs, characteristics of GTLD students, articles and Web sites, best practices, and other useful information, from Montgomery County Public Schools (Maryland).
This site includes information on differentiation, science, mathematics, arts, and other aspects of teaching, from Montgomery County Public Schools (Maryland).
The National Society for the Gifted & Talented (NSGT) is a nonprofit organization committed to acknowledging and supporting the needs of G&T children by providing recognition of their significant academic accomplishments and access to advanced educational resources and opportunities directly related to their interests and talent areas.