Davidson Institute’s GT-CyberSource
GT-CyberSource is your gateway to resources for and about giftedstudents. Visit this site frequently to find out what's going on in the giftedcommunity at large and even locally.
EIRC National Talent Network
The National Talent Network provides schools with a variety of Gifted & Talented programs for students grades K-12. Each program is unique, which allows schools to pick and choose one or more programs to meet their needs.
Hoagies Gifted Education Page
Comprehensive source for gifted education.
Johns Hopkins University, Center for Talented Youth
Since 1979, the Center for Talented Youth (CTY) at Johns Hopkins University has focused on the needs of students with exceptionally high academic abilities.The CTY community includes very bright students from all over the world whose talents place them well ahead of their agemates.Thesestudents need special attention: greater academic challenges, interaction with intellectual peers, and teaching strategies designed especially for the gifted.CTYoffers giftedstudents, and their families and schools as well,awide range of programs and services to nurture their intellectual abilities, enhance personal development, and foster better understanding of the needs of talented youth.
National Association for Gifted Children
An estimated 3,000,000 gifted children sit in classrooms across the U.S. today. Because learning styles and levels vary widely, the needs of "smart kids" are far too often overlooked in the logical quest to meet minimum standards. But that begs the question: What is a maximum standard and how can we shift the focus in the U.S.?
For over 50 years, NAGC has worked to increase public awareness about these key questions and to affect positive change.
The 8,000+ members of NAGC work on behalf of these 3,000,000 students who represent a good portion of the oft-heralded "pipeline of talent."
Resources for gifted children with special needs. This site is named after the book Uniquely Gifted: Identifying and Meeting the Needs of the Twice-Exceptional Student, edited by Kiesa Kay.
The following criteria were considered when choosing each site:
It was recently updated.
It contains the author’s name or organization.
It is not purely commercial.
It is “member friendly.”
It has been reviewed by NJEA.