ADDITIONAL LINKS FOR PARENTS
General Information About Gifted Children
Parent Resources. A potpourri of GT links that may be of interest to parents .
The TAG Family Network.A parent organization dedicated to appropriate education for talented and gifted youth, and advocacy.
The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).The worldwide mission of CEC is to improve educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities. This site is for parents and professionals.
Mensa Foundation for Gifted Children(MFGC). A primary goal of this UK based international site is to bring about an awareness that Giftedness in a child is frequently a Specific Learning Disability and should be recognized and treated as such..
The Gifted Development Center Dr. Linda Silverman and her staff strongly believe in the use of the Stanford Binet LM.
KidSource Online. The source for indepth and timely GT education and healthcare information that will make a difference in the lives of parents and their children.
The Normal Distribution Curve In Action! You'll need Java for this one.
What Works! Monique shows us a few ways that Parents and Schools can come together.
Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development at the University of Connecticut.
TAG Comprehensive Gifted and Talented Resources Page One of the most complete sources.
Pitsco's Launch to Gifted and Talented Resources Links to other sites.
National Excellence - A Case for Developing America's Talent Boy! This you've got to read!
GT World! Helpful GT Links more links.
Cluster Grouping Of Gifted Students can be useful in the mixed classroom
Awesome Library - K-12 Education Directory This is great! It's....well.....awesome!
Recommended Policy on Measures of Cognitive Ability Just a little about testing.
Sites that contain issues unique to the Highly Gifted
The Hollingworth Center for Highly Gifted Children founded by Kathi Kearney
Current Use of the Stanford Binet ,Form L-M by Barbara Gilman, M.S. and Annette Revel, M.A.
Don't Throw Away the Old Binet by Dr. Linda Silverman and Kathi Kearney
Is It A Cheetah? by Stephanie Tolan.
Helping Your Highly Gifted Child by Stephanie Tolan.
How to Identify Gifted/Ld kids by Dr. Linda Silverman
Gifted but Learning Disabled: A Puzzling Paradox by Susan Baum.
The National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children. Marie Friedel of Warwick, RI
Problems in Identification and Assessment of ADHD by Steven Nordby
The White House Fellowship Program Is the White House listening?