For further information, please visit our Programming page. For school specific GT Program offerings, visit your school's web page and under Learning Resources click Gifted & Talented or contact your school's GT Coordinator.
There are numerous organizations and resources that may be of interest to families of gifted children.
- Asynchronous Development
- Classroom Advocacy
- Cyberbullying & Gifted Children
- Gifted 101
- Grandparenting & Intergenerational Connections
- Helping Your Gifted Child Succeed (click for Spanish)
- Making Friends
- Nurturing Creativity
- Serving the Whole Gifted Child
- Talking With Your Child About Giftedness
- Twelve Traits of Giftedness
- Twice-Exceptional (2e)
Adams 12 Gifted & Talented Parent Group (GTPG)
Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented (CAGT) State Advocacy Group that holds an annual fall conference for parents and professionals. The Kaleidoscope, a quarterly newspaper, is published for members.
Colorado Department of Education Office of Gifted Education (CDE)
Hoagies' Gifted Education Page Here you can find the latest research and experience on parenting and educating these marvelous children, plus the best Internet and print resources to be found on the subject. You'll find people "just like you" with children "just like yours." An exciting discovery! And you'll find ideas, things to try, solutions you may not have thought of.
National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) National Advocacy Group that publishes separate quarterly newsletters ( Gifted Child Quarterly and Parenting for High Potential) for parents and professionals. 1707 L Street, NW, Suite 550 Washington, D.C. 20036
Social and Emotional Learning Competencies (CASEL)