Gifted Resources for Parent
National Association for Gifted Children
Ohio Association for Gifted Children
Ohio Department of Education - Gifted Education Web Page
Davidson Institute Supporting Our Nation's Brightest Young Minds With Free Support Services
SENG - Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted
Dr. Sylvia Rimm's Articles for Parents
Dr. Rimm is a psychologist, director of Family Achievement Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio, and is a clinical professor at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine. She is also a well known author, speaker, columnist, parenting specialist and gifted children advocate.
Meeting the Needs of Twice-Exceptional (2E) Children: Tips for Parents
"Many highly gifted children have other special needs -- learning disabilities, ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, sensory integration disorder, etc. This can be very challenging, both in terms of identification (since gifted children can often use the giftedness to partially compensate for the special need, making it both giftedness and special needs harder to discover), and in terms of finding ways to address both the gifted and special needs sides of the child adequately."
Very Well Website "Gifted Kids - Highly intelligent and unique children may require more attention to help foster their gifts. Learn how to promote and nurture them with these tips and strategies."
Byrdseed is all about better understanding our gifted learners. Learn how to differentiate lessons, teach across the content areas, and appreciate gifted kids’ unique social and emotional needs.
GT World - Support community for parents of gifted and talented children.
Hoagies Gifted Website - Welcome to Hoagies' Gifted Education Page, the all-things-gifted resource that you've been searching for. Hoagies' Gifted Education Page offers resources, articles, books and links for Parents, for Educators, Counselors, Administrators and other Professionals, and for Kids & Teens. Pick your entrance, but investigate them all!
Conversation Pieces - So many students are ready for more challenges, and this site offers a wealth of resources to meet their needs. Free book quizzes, vocabulary quizzes, interactive math problems and writing topics are all ready-to-use, and include recognition for high-performing students.
Gifted Sources - This website offers links to some of the best sites on the World Wide Web. All of the sites are monitored and appropriate for students.
Storybird - Students can write their own stories and add (already made) illustrations to produce an online book. There are public and private settings, so the online books could be viewed by parents who would have the opportunity to even download or purchase a paperback or hardback copy.
Coordinator of Gifted Services
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