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Advanced Learners Links
Advanced Learners: English\Language Arts
MysteryNet provides a variety of fun mysteries for kids to solve.
Advanced Learners: Science\Mathmatics
The NASA Kids’ Club is a wonderful website for space and science enthusiasts.
Creative strategies for teaching Language Arts to gifted students (k-8).
On the Hoagies’ Gifted website, here is a brief article by Colleen Willard-Holt on gifted students with dual exceptionalities, including identification, instruction, and class dynamics.
Gifted Students: Brain Teasers, Puzzles and Riddles
Brainpop has great teaching tools for students and a link for Brainpop educators.
Lengthy excerpt from Underachieving Gifted Students by James R. Delisle and Sandra L. Berger.
From Highly Gifted Children, here is an article by Kathi Kearny about the problems in placing highly gifted children in regular classrooms: “Highly Gifted Children in Full Inclusion Classrooms.”
Parenting the Gifted Child
10 ways for parents to motivate their gifted child.
The National Association for Gifted Children’s web page for parents of gifted kids.
Hoagies’ Gifted web page for parents of gifted children.
An article on parenting emotionally intense gifted children.
An article published through Duke University’s Talent Identification Program, “Parenting Strategies to Motivate Underachieving Gifted Students.”
An article published through the University of Connecticut’s Neag Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development, “Parenting the Very Young Gifted Child.”
From the Gifted and Talented in the 21st Century website, here is a parent’s guide to giftedness covering many topics of interest.
Hoagies’ Gifted page on perfectionism, linking to several articles on this topic.
Social\Emotional Needs of the Gifted
SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs of Gifted) is an organization with resources and conferences to help the nature and needs of gifted children.
Strategies and Resources for the Gifted Child
“A Different Place” provides wonderful activities to differentiate in all content areas.
Websites that publish student work on-line.
Teachers of the Gifted Child
Renzulli Learning is a program designed to help students achieve by focusing on their strengths, their interests, and the ways they like to learn and express themselves.
The National Association for Gifted Children offers a wealth of information and resources for gifted teachers and parents, as well as tools for students. The NAGC Conference is linked here, also.
Hoagies’ Gifted Education Page offers many links for teachers, parents, and gifted students on a variety of topics.
Duke University Talent Identification Program
Characteristics and behaviors of the gifted.
The University of Connecticut is the home of the National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented. There are numerous links and resources for teachers, parents, and students here.
The Young Gifted and Talented website provides fun activities for gifted youth and information for teachers and parents of gifted children.
Teachers and Writers Collaborative: a resource for students, teachers, and writers, including workshops, resources, publications, and events.
This website on Curriculum Differentiation for the Gifted offers numerous links, including lesson plans, strategies, models, course assignments, product evaluation, learning styles, and more.
Marian “Suzy” Johnson
Gifted and Talented Program
Positive Behavior Support