News Reports

Legacy

TermanTerman's Termites

HollingworthSponsor of the Gifted

TorranceTorrance Tests of Creative Thinking, Future Problem Solving

StanleyCenter for Talented Youth, Reflections

Roeper The Roeper School, The Roeper Review

The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented - (NRC/GT)

 

Big Ideas for Gifted Education

Betts - Autonomous Learner Model for the Gifted and Talented

Cramond - Cheers to the "Different" Ones (TEDxAtlanta)

Csikszentmihalyi - Flow (TED)

Differentiated Instruction Tech-Fueled Differentiated Instruction Engages Elementary School Students (Edutopia)

Dabrowski - Over-excitabilities

Gardner - Multiple Intelligences (Edutopia)

Renzulli Renzulli Learning

Robinson -

Sternberg Triarchic Theory of Human Intelligence

Tolan - Is It a Cheetah?

Treffinger - Center for Creative Learning

VanTassel-BaskaCurriculum for High-Ability Learners

 

Getting Smarter: Resources for Teachers of Gifted Learners

General - Vsauce - Amazing Facts & The Best of the Internet

General - C.G.P. Grey - Complex things explained.

Astromony - Deep Sky Videos - Exploring deep space - one video at a time. Including videos about the famous Messier Catalogue and access to world-class telescopes.

Biology - Crash Course - the educational series from the Vlogbrothers! Hank Green will teach you Biology.

ChemistryPeriodic Table of Videos - Your ultimate channel for all things chemistry. A video about each element on the periodic table. And we upload new videos every week about science news, interesting molecules and other stuff from the world of chemistry.

Foreign Ohayo, Portland: Using Foreign Language as a Bridge to Learning (Edutopia)

History - Crash Course - the educational series from the Vlogbrothers! John Green will teach you World History.

Literature The Great Books Foundation

Mathematics - Keeping It Relevant and "Authentic" (Edutopia)

Mathematics, Science, Computer Science, Finance & Economics, Humanities, and Test Prep Khan Academy

Numbers - Numberphile - Videos about numbers - it's that simple. Videos by Brady Haran

Physics - Minute Physics - Simply put: cool physics and other sweet science.

Physics and Astronomy Sixty Symbols - Cool videos about physics and astronomy.

Science - Test Tube - Behind-the-scenes in the world of science.

Science Resources for Science Learning at The Franklin Institute

Science - Hank Green presents SciShow - a new YouTube program that just might change the way you look at your planet, your universe, and even yourself.

ScienceVeritasium - The science video blog from atoms to astrophysics!

ScienceSmarter Every Day - I explore the world using science. That's pretty much all there is to it.

Social Studies National Geographic Education

Visual & Performance ArtsArt Works: Integrating Creativity in the Curriculum (Edupotia)

Words Words of the World - Modern language and culture experts discuss the history and use of some familiar words.

 

Explorations for Gifted Learners (Of All Ages)

Wisdom

Creativity

Intelligence

Critical Thinking

Happiness

Leadership

Talent Development

Gifted Students in Action

 

News Reports

  • Gifted Education - PBS NewsHour (May 25, 2004) Please select 'Streaming Video' to watch the show. John Merrow continues his series on the impact of the No Child Left Behind Act with a look at the law's effects on school programs for gifted students.
  • Genius School - ABC News - Nightline (June 5, 2007)
  • Facing the Challenges of Growing Up Gifted - NPR - (June 27, 2008) Unlike most folks people her age (or older), Chelsea Dock has performed on the piano at Madison Square Garden, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Chelsea is only twelve years old; she started performing at the age of six. She, her father, and an expert take us inside the lives of child prodigies. We hear from Chelsea, Warren Dock (her father), and Donna Ford, professor of education at Vanderbilt University, where she studies gifted African-American and minority children.
  • Jake: Math prodigy proud of his autism - 60 Minutes (January 15, 2012) At age two, Jake Barnett was diagnosed with autism and his future was unclear. Now at age 13, Jake is a college sophomore and a math and science prodigy. Jake says his autism is key to his success. Morley Safer reports.
  • Mozart of Chess: Magnus Carlsen - 60 Minutes (February 19, 2012) Demolition, not defeat, is the goal of 21-year-old Magnus Carlsen. No, he's not a boxer, not a wrestler. Rather, Magnus is the top chess player in the world, and he takes it on like an athlete. First, there's the tough physical workouts to prepare himself for the tough mental workout of competition. And then there's the attitude. Magnus, who comes from a nice Norwegian family, tells Bob Simon: "I enjoy it when I see my opponent really suffering, when he knows that I've outsmarted him." But really, he's a nice guy - an athlete and fashion model in addition to being the top-ranked chess player in the world. Bob Simon profiles Magnus Carlsen.
  • Taylor Wilson, Nuclear Prodigy - CNN - (June 10, 2012) Taylor Wilson is an applied nuclear physicist. A recent graduate of Davidson Academy, a school for profoundly gifted kids in Reno, Nevada, Wilson has been captivated by nuclear energy and nuclear power since he was 10 years old.
  • Mini Mozart: 7-Year-Old Girl a Musical Prodigy - ABC NEWS - (October 23, 2012) World's newest musical genius, Alma Deutscher, composes her own opera at the age of 7.

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