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services or programs designed for students with intellectual, creative, artisitc, or leadership capacity or high performance capacity in specific academic fields

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    A Tight Budget Approach to Gifted Education Kindergarten-Grade 10
    Meeting the needs of gifted students may seem challenging to teachers, administrators, and parents if the school's tight budget prevents acquisition of programs necessary to insure student success. This article presents alternatives to the common practice...

  • Special Education Kindergarten-Lifelong includes discussion and extensive links to special education topics, including: autism, attention deficit disorder, behavioral disorders, developmental disorders, deafness and disability issues, dyslexia, fetal alcohol syndrome, gifted education,...

  • Austega Risk and Strategic Management: Gifted Links Library Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The Australian-based Austega Risk and Strategic Management maintains a Gifted Resource Centre; its Gifted Links Library can connect you to hundreds of resources related to gifted education. Join an electronic discussion group, view sample school district gifted...

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    Bright sparks - A study of the availability of gifted education programs within Seventh-day Adventist Primary Schools within Australia Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This study investigated the provisions made for gifted students in Seventh-day Adventist Primary Schools in Australia, with particular reference to six aspects of gifted education, namely: (1) identification, (2) gender equality, (3) priority, (4) the extent...

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    Challenging the Gifted Student Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article focuses on how honors programs at Adventist colleges and universities challenge brilliant students to excellence. It addresses the importance of honors education, what honors students are like, and what they accomplish.

  • Davidson Institute for Talent Development Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Parents of "profoundly" gifted children face special challenges, and will find a wealth of information at this site . Topics covered include the definition of profoundly gifted, IQ and testing, emotional/social development, parenting, vulnerabilities,...

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    Educating the Gifted and Talented Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Is there a difference between gifted and high achieving students? This 2006 NAD Teachers Convention presentation provides realistic approaches, ideas, and resources to support the gifted child in your K-8 classroom. This includes two handouts: Questioning...

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    Ending up Ahead - The Case Study of a Highly Able Hispanic Student Grade 9-Grade 12
    "This case study focuses on Juan, a highly-able Hispanic student. At the time of the study, Juan had lived for approximately fourteen months in the United States, and was enrolled in ninth grade at the public high school of a small town in Virginia. Previously,...

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    FORTE - For Talents in Education Differentiated Activities for K-12 Kindergarten-Grade 12
    FORTE's differentiated activities and learning experiences, currently available for social studies and math with language arts to come, are designed with a variety of learning styles, multiple intelligences, and creative gifts in mind. The free activities...

  • Gifted Education Resources for Teaching and Parenting Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Prufrock Press offers award-winning products focused on gifted education, gifted children, and advanced academic education.

  • Hoagies Gifted Education Page Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A comprehensive collection of resources for parents, teachers and their gifted students. Educator resources include professional books, curriculum modifications, counselling, grouping, theories and education products for gifted students. Hoagies Teens and...

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    Language Arts for the Gifted Student Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Students who are gifted in language arts need to learn to use higher thinking skills in analyzing literature. They need encouragement and affirmation. This article also introduces the TAG (Talents and Gifts) curriculum developed by the Pacific Union Conference....

  • Learning Disabilities Online 0-2 years-Lifelong
    "LD OnLine seeks to help children and adults reach their full potential by providing accurate and up-to-date information and advice about learning disabilities and ADHD.

  • Learning Styles: Web Links Tertiary-Lifelong
    A comprehensive webpage of links to various theories, essays, support pages, and more, dealing with gifted and talented, multiple intelligences, and learning styles.

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    Meeting the Needs of the Gifted and Talented Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The gifted and talented student in a regular classroom is usually put in a position of being bored with work that is less than challenging. Rather than just giving them more work to do, they need an accelerated curriculum, an enriched curriculum, and an individualized...

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    Music Activities for Exceptional Children Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This article from the JAE special/exceptional child issue focuses on music-related activities to benefit special learners and other children. Benefits of music include improved concentration and coordination, emotional impact, socialization benefits, self-esteem...

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    NINA - The Case of a Creatively Gifted Student Grade 5-Grade 8
    "Nina, a sixth-grade public school student who served as the focus of this case study, is eleven years old, Caucasian, and from a lower middle-class background. She is also a highly able and creatively gifted child." Nina was interviewed as...

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    Strategies for Making Any Classroom Extraordinary Kindergarten-Grade 12
    While all children may not be gifted, in the strict sense of the word, gifted education may be good for all children. Taylor shares ten hallmarks of successful gifted education programs that can make any school extraordinary. Topics include: Curriculum Compacting;...

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    Teaching the Exceptional Child, Part 1: Mainstreaming the Gifted in Seventh-day Adventist Schools Tertiary-Lifelong
    This article examines and charts the historical development of the current definition of giftedness, and how it affects Seventh-day Adventist education. The article provides a rationale for curriculum adjustments that will allow teachers to meet the needs...

  • The National Association for Gifted Children Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The National Association for Gifted Children is a nonprofit association of educators and parents concerned about addressing the unique needs of gifted and talented children and youth. Here, you'll find a list of conferences at the national and state level...

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    Tips - Is Your Elementary-School Child Gifted? Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Take this quiz, developed by the Council for Exceptional Children, to determine whether you have a gifted child.