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Gifted Students:

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Programs

GiftedandTalented.com
The fruit of 25 years' research at Stanford University into using technology to "help students become advanced learners" (successor to the famous EPGY program).

Center for Talented Youth (CTY): Johns Hopkins University
The vaunted and highly selective CTY program at JHU seeks to identify and nurture the intellectual gifts of the nation’s brightest young people, grades 2-8.

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Organizations

National Association of Gifted Children
NAGC intends to create a world in which “giftedness and high potential are fully recognized, universally valued, and actively nurtured …"

National Society for the Gifted and Talented
NSGT seeks to “
advance the development of gifted, talented, and high potential youth … through opportunities, advocacy, and exemplary programs and practices.”

Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted
SENG aims to provide emotional support to the gifted/talented and their families and create strong, caring communities for all involved.

Council For Exceptional Children
A professional association of educators, CED is dedicated to advancing the success of children with exceptionalities (giftedness and LD).


American Mensa: Gifted Youth
High IQ society dedicated to researching and advancing human intelligence and providing stimulating intellectual and social environments for members.

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Info

Intellectual Giftedness
Excellent introductory piece in Wikipedia outlines the subject of giftedness in some detail.

Is Your Child Gifted?
Psychology Today explores how to recognize giftedness in children and why it's important to do so.

The Neglected Gifted Child
Sobering article exploring how, why, and to what extent our society is losing out due to neglect of children at the upper end of the intellectual spectrum.

Twice Exceptional
Some children are both exceptionally intelligent and learning disabled. Twice exceptional or "2e" students have special challenges and need special support.


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