Links for Portland Parents of Talented and Gifted Children

 


 

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AAGC the American Association for Gifted children.  An advocacy and information organization located at Duke University http://www.aagc.org/

 

Art Snyder's list of Internet links from Ohio http://www.oagc.com/ArtSnyderResources/GTHyperlinked.htm This flyer was created for Ohio teachers/TAG coordinators to copy and hand out so it is in a compact list form.  It is now available on the website for the Ohio Association for Gifted Children (OAGC). It still makes a nice parent handout

 

Center for Talented Youth/ Johns Hopkins University: Provides information on programs for gifted students, the Johns Hopkins Talent Search and links to articles and resources. http://www.jhu.edu/gifted/ 

 

Council for Exceptional Children: Links to articles on Gifted Education, from the --Well organized and recommended. See also the homepage for the Council, below-- http://ericec.org/gifted/gt-menu.html

 

Davidson Institute for Talent Development http://www.ditd.org/

 

Digest of Gifted Research: from Duke University's TIP program: http://www.tip.duke.edu/node/84

 

Education Atlas offers a general guide to educational meta-sites and includes a section for gifted students

 http://www.educationatlas.com/

 

Educators of Gifted Children in British Columbia-- http://www.bctf.bc.ca/PSAs/AEGTCCBC/index.html

Introduction from the Tennessee TAG website provides well-organized basic information http://go.to/giftedtn

 

"Gifted and Talented" list of articles on this topic from the U.K. mostly about or for British schools http://www.teachingexpertise.com/articles/gifted-talented

 

GT World --  Homepage for a collection of specialised listservs such as GT-Special (see above) http://gtworld.org/

 

The Hoagies Gifted Education Page -- a personal favorite and by far the largest and most comprehensive web resource.. http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/  You can link to the Hoagies Kids page from here or go directly to http://www.hoagieskids.org/

 

National Association for Gifted Children: http://www.nagc.org/

See especially the NAGC Gifted Program Standards: http://www.nagc.org/index.aspx?id=546

 

Parents for Public Schools offers Resources for Parents, a set of links to many national organizations such as the Association for School Administrators, the Small Schools Workshop, Education statistics, the P.T.A. and the National Alliance for Business   http://www.parents4publicschools.com/status.htm

 

Public Education Network (PEN) Newsblast offers a website and signup for a weekly roundup of education news. http://www.publiceducation.org/index.asp

Particularly notable is their extensive listing of grants for students, educators and schools, updated every week at http://www.publiceducation.org/newsblast_grants.asp

 

"Search Edu.com" is a search engine that searches only educational sites. http://www.searchedu.com/

 

Talent Development Resources created by Douglas Eby, this is a series of websites and resources on talent development, creativity, multipotentiality, the arts, self-improvement and psychology with giftedness as a part of the mix. http://talentdevelop.com/

 

World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, http://www.worldgifted.ca/ provides links to major sites worldwide.  It is especially strong on listings for professional journals on gifted education. 

 

Blogs:

 

"The Gifted-Ed Guru" an entertaining and informative blog by Christopher Taibbi hosted by Psychology Today

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/gifted-ed-guru

 

Unwrapping the Gifted A thoughtful, entertaining and provocative blog by Gifted Education Specialist Tamara Fisher.  Check out the archives if you've missed some entries.

http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/unwrapping_the_gifted/2008/08/

 

 


 

 

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