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Overzicht van websites over uitzonderlijke hoogbegaafdheid
Talentvol specialiseert zich in de begeleiding van uitzonderlijk hoogbegaafde kinderen als uitbreiding of ter vervanging van het reguliere onderwijs.
Dé specialist in Nederland voor uitzonderlijk begaafden (145+IQ).
European platform for the extremely and profoundly gifted.
The Daimon Institute for the Highly Gifted provides psychotherapy and educational consulting to support the overall development of exceptionally and profoundly gifted people. Patients are all ages and reside throughout the world.
This site includes biographical profiles of people who have influenced the development of intelligence theory and testing, in-depth articles exploring current controversies related to human intelligence, and resources for teachers.
Stephanie S. Tolan is the well known author of young adult and children’s fiction, as well as an author and speaker on her topic of passion: exceptionally gifted children. Is It a Cheetah? has become a metaphor for gifted children everywhere. Her appearances at conferences on parenting and educating the gifted child are much sought after.
Michelle Tanner is a mother to a profoundly gifted child. She shares her journey and helps other parents advocate for their own profoundly gifted children.
Hoagie’s Gifted Education page
Here you can find the latest research and experience on parenting and educating these marvelous children, plus the best Internet and print resources to be found on every aspect of giftedness. You’ll find people “just like you” with children “just like yours.” An exciting discovery! And you’ll find ideas, things to try, solutions you may not have thought of.
The Hollingworth Center for Highly Gifted Children
The Hollingworth Center is a national support and resource network focused on the needs of highly gifted children. A non-profit corporation, staffed by volunteers, the Center was founded in central Maine in 1983 by Kathi Kearney as a parent support group, in the belief that highly gifted children and their families need not feel isolated. The Center primarily serves as a clearinghouse of information and events concerning the needs of highly gifted children. The Center was named in honor of Dr. Leta Hollingworth, who conducted one of the first pioneering studies of exceptionally gifted children, their social/emotional needs and how best to educate them.
The Davidson Institute
Started in 1999, the Davidson Institute for Talent Development is a 501(c)3 private operating foundation. Our mission is to recognize, nurture and support profoundly intelligent young people ages 18 and under, and to provide opportunities for them to develop their talents to make a positive difference.
The International Gifted Consortium
To facilitate a global, collaborative, in-depth examination of giftedness, to collectively better understand, communicate and support the more acute, more intense nature of the social, emotional, intellectual, physical and altruistic characteristics, exhibited by the highly/profoundly gifted child, thereby leading the world to an enriched understanding of the full spectrum of Giftedness.
The Acceleration Institute is dedicated to the study of curricular acceleration for academically talented children.
The primary purposes of the Acceleration Institute are to:
- conduct research on the cognitive and affective characteristics that moderate students’ success with different forms of academic acceleration;
- synthesize current research on acceleration in ways that are useful to practitioners, policy makers, and researchers; and
- serve as an international clearinghouse for research and policy on acceleration.