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Below is a brief list of gifted support resources. If you have additional resources you think are beneficial, please let us know by sending information to email@example.com.
Edited by Matthew Makel, Paula Olszewski-Kubilius, Jonathan Plucker, and Rena Subotnik.The document presents the most important principles from psychology as identified by the APA Coalition for Psychology in Schools and Education—the Top 20—that would be of greatest use in the context of preK–12 classroom teaching and learning with gifted children and youth.
The Acceleration Institute was first established under the name, "Institute for Research and Policy on Acceleration" in 2006 at The Connie Belin & Jacqueline N. Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development at the University of Iowa through the generous support (2006-2012) of the John Templeton Foundation.
Hoagies’ Gifted Education Page, founded by Carolyn K., consists of more than 1150 pages of information about gifted children and adults, including 650 pages of Hoagies’ Page collection, plus 500 pages of ERIC Clearinghouse for Disabilities and Gifted Education (ERICEC).
Programs that have met the criteria and received the Minnesota Academic League Council's approval are included in the Reach for the Stars catalogue, which is published as a public service by Synergy & Leadership Exchange, with generous support from Jostens. An abbreviated list highlighting programs with international participation is available here.