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The following websites links to both organisation working with gifted and talented children and young people, and resource sites for teachers, students and others working with gifted and talented children.

  • The UK Mathematics Trust
    Based at Leeds University the Trust aims to advance the education of children and young people in mathematics. Maths Challenges are offered at junior, intermediate and senior levels. The Trust also provides a Mentoring Scheme.
  • A different place
    Extensive website containing resources, information and ideas for differentiating tasks for gifted children. There are separate children, teacher and parent sections. Within these section resources are categorised by topic/subject and then by age group. Within the teacher section there is information on differentiated teaching techniques, planning, assessment and curriculum adaptation.
  • Enrichment activities for G&T pupils
    A free weekly e-bulletin, filled with ideas for lesson plans and enrichment activities. Each issue includes activities for both primary and secondary schools.
  • The ERIC Clearinghouse for Disabilities and Gifted Education
    The ERIC Clearinghouse for Disabilities and Gifted Education (ERICEC) was disbanded by the US Government as of December 19, 2003. This is an archive of the material available on that site at that time created by Hoagies' Gifted Education Page (see entry below) for general use, updated with current links wherever possible.
    The site offers other parents' success stories and answers frequently asked questions about gifted education. The Gifted Education Tools section has products for gifted children as well as a list of publishers and companies that offer enrichment materials.
  • The ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center) database still exists. It includes summaries of more than 1,200,000 documents and journal articles on education research and practice written since 1966. Provides users with reference links to articles.
  • European Council of High Ability (ECHA)
    EECHA is an international organisation of researchers, teachers, school administrators, and parents who are concerned with giftedness, talent, and high ability. Its goal is to promote awareness of gifted children and to provide information to the public on the best development of gifted young people. The website includes a resource box for researchers, parents, teachers and children with links to other websites, newsletters and discussion forums.
  • GATEkeepers
    This website is designed to support international collaboration between those engaged in the development of gifted and talented education throughout the world. It enables users to discuss issues of mutual interest through forums and maintain their own blogs. It also contains links to G&T websites in other countries, conference presentations and articles on G&T education.
  • Gifted Development Centre
    The Gifted Development Center (GDC) is a service of the Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, (an independent research centre). The website provides information about identification, assessment, counselling, learning styles, programs and presentations. It also has a shop with resources for gifted children and adults, parents and practitioners.
  • Hoagies Gifted
    Hoagies' Gifted Education Page consists of over 1000 pages of information on gifted children and adults. All the resources listed on Hoagies' pages are recommended by parents, teachers, psychologists, and / or gifted kids themselves.
  • London Gifted and Talented
    London Gifted and Talented is an organisation providing programmes and services to support gifted and talented provision within London.
  • Mass-E-Gifted Education Resource
    An e-resource of information and links to help educators find information on gifted education within New Zealand and internationally. In addition to information related to provision within New Zealand the website also contains resources, research publications and discussion groups
  • Professor Joan Freeman
    Professor Joan Freeman is an educational psychologist, distinguished within the field of gifted education. Her website provides information on her work, access to some of her publications and links to further resource websites.
  • SOFWeb State of Victoria, Australia
    Provides guidance for teachers and school leaders on approaches to gifted education, including identification, curriculum design, lesson planning, assessment, grouping, professional development, reporting and diversity.
    The website provides links to free educational resources that have been researched, reviewed and evaluated by educators. There are hundreds of links categorised by audience, for teachers, students, parents and administrators.
  • Y, G & T
    The following is an extract from a report on Y,G&T commissioned by CfBT, it contains brief summaries of websites and resources for gifted children. Resources include both teaching and learning resources, and guidance materials.


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