Helpful Links

Helpful Links

OnlineCourses.com is a database of open courseware from the nation’s leading universities providing students access to free, high-quality, college-level classes, across many subjects.

AllEducationSchools.com provides an in-depth resource on How to Become a Gifted Education Teacher.

The Gifted Education Certification Program at ASU Online is a distance learning resource for educators and family members who want to prepare for working with gifted students.

The Open Education Database has a list of “50 Essential Links for the Parents of Gifted Children.”

Byrdseed.com is a website authored by a former teacher of gifted students and serves as a resource for differentiated learning.

Hoagies Gifted Education Page is a great starting point into the world of gifted education.

Education Resource Information Center (ERIC) is an online library of education research and information sponsored by the Institution of Education Sciences of the U.S. Department of Education.  You may search its database using this link.

Prufrock Press has many teaching and learning tools for gifted, advanced, and special needs learners.

TED Ed is an online community and tool for creating and sharing lessons.

Academy of Achievement is a living museum of history.

Eduhound is an educational technology resource.

Gifted-Education.com is specifically for parents/guardians of gifted children.

The Parent page of the NAGC website.

The Educator page of the NAGC website.

Educationaloptions.com from high intelligence specialist Deborah L. Ruf, Ph.D.