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Global Centre for Gifted and Talented ChildrenThe Global Center for Gifted and Talented Children offers a broad spectrum of services for gifted children, parents and specialists involved in Gifted Education. We believe that every young person has an entitlement to highest quality education provision to equip them with skills and knowledge necessary to become effective global citizens in the 21st century. Our daily work includes psychological and pedagogical consultancy, diagnosis and coaching. We specialise in teacher training and can organise workshops, Projects and lectures to meet your school's needs in gifted education. International conferences are important for our centre. We not only attend them, but we have organised them as well. We are excited to create a first time global virtual meeting for gifted education every month for experts, teachers and parents in Secondlife. If you are interested in a special program for your school, group or club please do not hesitate to contact us!


Iris Magazine - We believe that all children are entitled to the opportunity of learning about the languages and cultures of the ancient world, and that these subjects are wonderful tools for enhancing literacy, social awareness and analytical skills. Through a range of initiatives in UK state schools, we work to enrich the curriculum by promoting learning about the ancient world.

Classics for All - We believe that every pupil in the UK should have the opportunity, if they so choose, to study Classics. Classics not just for the lucky few who have experienced it and know what it can do for them:  Classics for everyone

LondonGT - Wide ranging resources for teachers to support AGT students in the classroom

Peterborough Learning Partnership - committed to developing communities that create successful learning and leadership, confident individuals and responsible citizens.

Primary Extension and Challenge Centre (West Coast District)

Department of Education - Western Australia

Discovery Education: Explore the blue, above and below
Cant get outdoors today? No problem - were bringing the outdoors to you! You dont have to be at a lake or river to boat or fish - weve created fun online games to get you started. Youll get all the excitement of being on the water right from the computer.

Australian Government, Department of Education
The modules contain an overview of current research about particular areas of gifted education. This research, in plain language, is illustrated by cartoons, case studies and examples of how it can be applied in the mainstream classroom.

Science and Plants for Schools
This section brings together items that are suitable for younger pupils, with a focus on the Primary curriculum. Some activities could be useful in a wider range of situations, say in Science Clubs or with older pupils. All link in some way with plants and many of them are fun!

Hoagies Gifted Education page

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.  Pick your entrance, but investigate them all!

Welcome to GT World

GT World is an on-line support community for gifted and talented individuals and those who support and nurture them

PEGY - Profoundly and Exceptionally Gifted Youth

PEGY is a voluntary organisation with worldwide contacts in the field of exceptionally and profoundly gifted young people. We aim to:

Support exceptionally and profoundly gifted children and their families;

  • Influence educational planning and strategies within local authorities, G&T bodies and schools;
  • Provide educational psychologist support;
  • Support and instigate research in this field in the UK.


If you don't have a blog-reader, consider using Google Reader.  These readers keep track of all your blogs and feeds, and show you what's new since the last time you read each one.!/cover - Roya Klingner, a Specialist for Gifted Education.

2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter  from the publishers of 2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter

2eeducator: Unexpected Gifts: Discovering and Nurturing the Strengths in Every Child  by Cathy Risberg

Buns of Strudel's Nerd Notes This mother of 3 teens talks about daily life as, and with, nerds...

Byrdseed Gifted Gifted classroom ideas and lessons, by Ian

da Vinci Learning Center blog Aimee Yermish Thoughts on intelligence, creativity, psychology, education, and whatever else comes to mind...

Dazzled and Frazzled Irish Gifted Education Blog, great posts for gifted parents world-wide

Eide Neurolearning Blog  commentary about new research and Internet articles related to learning, learning differences and disabilities, including gifted and visual learners, autism, dyslexia, attention deficit disorders, sensory, visual or auditory processing difficulties and more, by Brock and Fernette Eide, authors of The Mislabeled Child

The Genius in All of Us by David Shenk, author of tentatively entitled, "The Genius In All of Us: Nature, Nurture and the New Science of Talent and Giftedness."  Where does greatness come from? A century-old nature vs. nurture debate has continuously flummoxed scientists and inflamed popular discourse.  Over the next few months, I'll be presenting research that fleshes out this new way of understanding the source of greatness...

Gifted Children Information Blog by Carol Fertig, Prufrock Press

Gifted Exchange by Laura Vanderkam, co-author of Genius Denied: How to Stop Wasting Our Brightest Young Minds

Gifted Parenting Support a blog by Lisa Conrad, gifted education consultant, teacher, and mom

Gifted Phoenix's Blog Gifted Phoenix is a UK-based consultant in and commentator on gifted and talented education... for a world-wide audience!

Ingeniosus  Strategic communications, gifted perspective.  Don't miss Ingeniosus's #gtchat Twitter conferences every Friday!

High Ability A News Blog for Resources and Information on Gifted Education and High Ability Children

Hoagies' Nibbles and Bits  Thoughts and ideas on Gifted and other subjects. Soapbox ON! A blog by Carolyn K

Innreach's Blog Leslinks Ireland- Gifted, Talented & Creative Support/Edu Page Random thoughts on Gifted and Talented Issues and other Musings for meaning...

"Intelligent" Insights on Intelligence Theories and Tests (a.k.a. IQs Corner) a blog by Kevin McGrew, Director, IAP
(Institute for Applied Psychometrics) including topics scores, NCLB & Forrest Gump: Run Forrest..Run and for your summer relief... Name that CHC ability

Laughing at Chaos... a mom's blog about life raising a gifted kid.  What more can I say?

Library of Books, Links & More a collection of books and resources on topics from the History of Medicine to Pi Day to Book Lists and more...

Math Mama Writes a community college math teacher interested in all levels of math learning... Read

The Math Mom Life is a puzzle.  Solve it with numbers.  Don't miss Are we sure it's OK to be smart?

The "More" Child Extreme giftedness, education, homeschooling, parenting and moreas seen from the Washington, DC suburbs...

Prufrock's Gifted Education Blog by Joel McIntosh, Prufrock Press

The Rhodes Project How does being a Rhodes Scholar affect women?

Teach a Gifted Kid Im a teacher passionate about advocating for the gifted...

Unwrapping the Gifted  Tamara Fisher's K-12 gifted education specialist discusses news and developments in the gifted education community and offers advice for teachers on working with gifted students.  An EdWeek blog... Don't miss The Echo in the Pipeline, Seeking Teachers for Gifted Children and GT is NOT...

WIRED Geekdad includes cool field trips, science fair projects, lots more...


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