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Social Media and Gifted Children

When it comes to academic exploration, the internet is a treasure trove of much needed information and stimulation for gifted and twice-exceptional (2e) children. Many parents are willing to let…

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Gifted Education and Support

Financial Assistance for K-12

Finding financial assistance (FA) for your K-12 student’s education can be a challenge. Many of our profoundly gifted and twice-exceptional families look to supplement public school with afterschool enrichment, academic summer opportunities, subject-based competitions,…

Highlights from Expert Series

Tips for Students: Choosing ALL Your Passions: The Life of a Multipotentialite

The following article shares highlights and insights from one of our Expert Series events, which are exclusive for Young Scholars and their parents. Summary Some of us fit neatly into boxes. We dream of becoming surgeons,…

Gifted Programs

Online Coding Program Comparison

This chart provides a comparison of the most popular online coding programs used by Davidson Young Scholars. These program can be utilized in a variety of ways; enrichment, tutoring, curriculum replacement, independent study, etc.…

Gifted Research

25 Year Review: Gifted Children – Youth Mental Health

Originally published 25 years ago, this article by Dr. Julia Osborn is still relevant in many ways today. The article covers the special needs of gifted children, giftedness and self-esteem, and recommendations for identification…

Highlights from Expert Series

The Power of Showing Up

The following article shares highlights and insights from one of our Expert Series events, which are exclusive for Young Scholars and their parents. After a spring and summer of unprecedented events, there has never been a…

Gifted Parenting and Strategies

A Parent’s Perspective: The Unexpected Journey of a Lifetime

THE UNEXPECTED JOURNEY OF A LIFETIME: 13 Years of Public School with a Twice-Exceptional Son and the Things I Wish I’d Known at the Beginning Son, what’s our current altitude and direction? A quick…

Gifted Resources

Homeschooling Gifted Students: A Listing of Books

Below is an alphabetical listing of books related to homeschooling gifted students. If you considering homeschooling your gifted student, the national Young Scholars program provides FREE services designed to nurture the intellectual, social, emotional,…

Highlights from Expert Series

Tips for Students: Android vs iOS – The vastly different approaches of the two dominant mobile platforms

The following article shares highlights and insights from one of our Expert Series events, which are exclusive for Young Scholars and their parents. Summary The topic we covered was an analysis of Android and iOS, the…

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