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Video - Identification of Gifted and Talented
YouTube -- November 12, 2008 — URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjjVTPpimDk
Identification of Gifted and Talented
Note: In the middle of the video, there is no sound for a few minutes.
Here you can download an Introduction and Overview of the Parallel Curriculum Model, a PPT presentation featured at http://www.nagc.org/index.aspx?id=1069
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
MaryBeth Griffin, Program Associate
Outreach and Communications
44325 Woodridge Parkway
Lansdowne VA 20176 Phone: (410) 735-6270 Email: email@example.com Address: Website: www.jkcf.org
Institute for Educational Advancement
Christine Garcia Senior Coordinator for Community Relations
625 Fair Oaks Avenue
South Pasadena, CA 91030
Phone: (626) 403-8900
The Institute for Educational Advancement offers two summer programs.
The Apprenticeship Program is a three or four week residential summer program that provides gifted high school students with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience working in professional environments with experienced and respected mentors in art, history, medicine, industrial design, science, law and business. Placed either individually or in small groups, inquisitive and productive young people apply their talents to solve real-world problems and gain insight into a variety of career options while learning from professionals.
Yunasa is an all-inclusive summer camp, offering swimming, lake activities, arts & crafts, field sports, team building, low ropes and high ropes courses, beach parties, campfires, and much more. In addition, the camp's peaceful lakeside setting serves as the perfect backdrop for guided imagery sessions and small group workshops led by Yunasa's esteemed faculty.
National Association for Gifted Children
1707 L Street, N.W. - Suite 550
Washington, DC 20036
Telephone: (202) 785-4268
Fax: (202) 785-4248
The 8,000+ members of NAGC work on behalf of these 3,000,000 students who represent a good portion of the oft-heralded "pipeline of talent." NAGC invests all of its resources to train teachers, encourage parents and educate administrators and policymakers on how to develop and support gifted children and what's at stake if high-potential learners are not challenged and encouraged.
Gifted Development Center
A Service of the Institute for the Study of Advanced Development
1452 Marion Street Denver
Toll free: (888) GIFTED1
Fax: (303) 831-7465
The Gifted Development Center is a testing and assessment and counseling center that has served families of the gifted since 1979. They offer comprehensive assessment, counseling, tutoring, and telephone consultations for advanced learners. We specialize in visual-spatial learners (individuals who think in images), twice-exceptional learners (gifted and learning-disabled), the highly gifted (who score above the 99th percentile), and gifted adults. Their main purpose is to assist individuals in recognizing and developing their strengths, overcoming their weaknesses, becoming joyful learners, and actualizing their potential.