The Davidson Gifted Database is your gateway to a wealth of information about the gifted population. This database houses thousands of resources and hundreds of articles for gifted students, as well as their parents and educators. This page is a monthly summary of new additions to the database:
This website was created by homeschool consultant Barbara Hettle. She provides a number of resources related to homeschooling.
SIG Beyond Online Learning Program
This is an exciting 8-week online program for Gifted and Talented students. These courses offer students curriculum beyond what is offered during the school day, are wide-ranging in potential interest areas for individualized learning, and engage students in hands-on learning while applying school content through speaking, writing, researching, analyzing, reasoning and questioning.
Tips for Parents: Anger Management for Your Gifted Child
This Tips for Parents article is from a seminar hosted by Kiesa Kay, who provides advice on approaching anger management in relation to gifted students.
Tips for Parents: Freeing Our Families from Perfectionism
This Tips for Parents article is from a seminar hosted by Thomas Greenspon, who provides a wealth of advice related to perfectionism.
Tips for Parents: Helping Your Gifted Child Cope with Parental Divorce
This Tips for Parents article is from a seminar hosted by Kiesa Kay, who provides advice on helping gifted students through parental divorce.
Tips for Parents: Promoting Achievement through a Growth Mindset
This Tips for Parents article is from a seminar hosted by Del Siegle, who describes motivation and how it relates to achievement.
Tips for Parents: Raising Gifted Children Who Think for Themselves
This Tips for Parents article is from a seminar hosted by Paula Wilkes, who outlines several characteristics of independent, self-directed learners.
Tips for Parents: Teachable Moments
This Tips for Parents article is from a seminar hosted by Marybeth Hicks, who provides examples of the phrase “teachable moments,” which describes unforeseen and unexpected opportunities to veer away from a lesson plan in order to capitalize on something that sparks students’ interest.
Youth Service America
This is a resource center that partners with thousands of organizations committed to increasing the quality and quantity of volunteer opportunities for young people, ages 5-25, to serve locally, nationally, and globally.
This is one of the Internet's largest, most popular and most successful citizen science projects. The primary motivation behind Zooniverse projects is to collect data on well-defined research questions.
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