• These resources provide wonderful full of relative information for parents of gifted students.  These links provide parents with many answers to some of the most important questions in regards to development, identification, and what you can do at home to support the learning of a gifted child.  It also includes literature, leadership opportunities for students, as well as addressing some of the socio-emotional needs of a gifted learner.
     
     
    Parent/Student Resources:
    The National Association For Gifted Children offers a wonderfully versed webpage for parents.  Here you can find literature and information on just about every aspect of having a gifted child.  Additionally, it provides parents that are curious if they have a child that might be considered gifted.
     
    This is an advocacy site for parents, educators and administrators.  Their goal is to promote the welfare of all gifted and  talented learners in New York State.  Here you can find letters to politicians, advocacy plans and many other helpful and beneficial information. 
     
    Yes. You read that correctly.  239 cool STEM sites for all age students.  It's the best ever...seriously.
     
    This is a researched based journal that provides all stakeholders with up to date and relevant research.
     
    The Davidson Institute is a non-profit organizaton that targets the profoundly gifted students 18 and under.  They also have an abundance of information relating to gifted education.
     
    The name says it all! 
     
    The original Ted-Ed.  Lessons, blogs and much more.
     
    World Council For Gifted and Talented Children
    The purpose of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children (WCGTC) is to focus world attention on gifted and talented children and ensure the realization of their valuable potential to the benefit of humankind. This web site provides information on international research, publications, conferences, and other international resources related to gifted education.
     
    This is a great resource for research questions and differentiating instruction.  It explains how to understand the depth and complexity found in the learning of many gifted learners.  Contains dialogue and input from the biggest critics; the students themselves. 
     
    A resource for highly gifted students, their communities and families.
     
    This organization highlights the social and emotional needs of gifted learners. The web site provides a variety of information on resources, programs, and grants related to gifted students, as well as information for gifted adults.  
     
    GT World is an on-line support community for gifted and talented individuals and those who support and nurture them.
     
    Interactive simulators for science and math.
     
    The major emphasis of the program is on serving students traditionally under-represented in gifted and talented programs, particularly economically disadvantaged, limited English proficient, and disabled students, to help reduce the serious gap in achievement among certain groups of students at the highest levels of achievement.
     
    The Gifted Resource Center of New England provides information related to assessment and counseling for twice exceptional children. Their web site also contains publication resources and web links.
     
    Center for Gifted Studies at Western Kentucky
    This Center provides educational opportunities and resources for gifted and talented students and their teachers and parents.