Blue Valley



of Gifted Education

Developed by Stanford University, is the premier online community dedicated to advanced learning for K-12 students offering online courses, expert tutors, information and advice designed to help parents and educators develop accelerated learners.

An inborn intensity indicating a heightened ability to respond to stimuli, over-excitability is found to a greater degree in creative and gifted individuals.  This article from SENG explains what they are and how to better understand your gifted child.

Magazine, blog and Facebook page with a wealth of information for parents and teacher concerning gifted students.








Over the past 40 years, and in partnership with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, our programs have encouraged nearly two million children, teachers, parents, college students and independent inventors to explore science, technology and their own innate creativity, inventiveness and entrepreneurial spirit.

If you have any questions, please contact, Nancy Leyerzaph, the KGTC Parent Liaison, by clicking on the box on the left.

A  site which has many resources, articles, books and helpful information and resources to help and support parents, teachers, and gifted students.  


Comprehensive list of Parent of Gifted Children Resources all in one place.




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The David Institute for Talent Development formed in 1999,  the Davidson Institute is a 501(c)3 private operating foundation funded by  Bob and Jan Davidson. Their mission is to recognize, nurture and support profoundly intelligent young people and to provide opportunities for them to develop their talents to make a positive difference.

This website is dedicated to helping parents better understand the needs of the gifted child and how to advocate for their needs. 

 This is an 'All-Things-Gifted Site' that has many resources, articles, books and helpful information and resources to help and support parents, teachers, and gifted students.  

Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted is dedicated to fostering environments in which gifted adults and children, in all their diversity, understand and accept themselves and are understood, valued, nurtured and supported by families, schools, workplaces and communities.  If you would like more information, click on the logo.  For information about SENG Parent Model Groups contact            Dr. Sheri Stewart.

 2e  = twice  exceptional

...recently entered educators' lexicon

referring to intellectually gifted children who have some form of disability.   These children are considered both because of their intellectual gifts and because of their special needs.