Homeschooling Gifted Children
Information and help on homeschooling the gifted or bright child.
Kimberly Keith, About.com Guide to Parenting of K-6, has many links and resources for your gifted child.
A survey of behaviors that may indicate your child is gifted.
Stanford's Continuing Studies Program offers computer-based courses to students of high ability.
"Children who are both gifted and learning disabled exhibit remarkable talents or strengths in some areas and disabling weaknesses in others." By Susan Baum
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An annotated bibliography and resource list representing much of the written record in this century about gifted children and homeschooling. Compiled by Kathi Kearney, Instructor, Talented & Gifted Education, Iowa State University.
"How do gifted children think or reason differently?" By Penny Van Deur.
Giftedness and education from the perspective of sociologic social psychology, by Steven M. Nordby.
The gifted child. No one individual can be more exhilarating, or more frustrating.
This introductory guide for parents, by Jacque Ensign, tackles the challenges and opportunities parents face in deciding to homeschool.
How do I know if my child is gifted? Check their "Comparison of Bright and Gifted" chart.
A Colorado-based company serving those who live and work with gifted children.
Bloom's Taxonomy is a model frequently used as a guide when designing themes, units, lessons and assignments that promote higher level thinking.
What are the odds your child is "gifted?" Probably slim, if you believe pyschologist and author Ellen Winner. But probably quite high if you believe in your child! Article by Theresa Willingham, HEM.