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Resources

The following list of resources are recommended by the Northwest Gifted Child Organization. For more information about the resources listed below, please contact allison_sheldon@sumnersd.org.

WEB RESOURCES

  • www.sengifted.org    SENG (Social Emotional Needs of the Gifted).  Provides certified training in facilitating parent groups, webinars, articles, research, curriculum, annual convention, workshops

  • www.hoagiesgifted.org   Excellent site for multiple types of resources and information pertaining to gifted students, parents and educators.

  • www.nagc.org    The National Association for Gifted Children, links to state policies and research articles

  • www.waetag.net – Washington Association of Educators of the Talented and Gifted (includes a Parent Strand)  Annual meeting fourth weekend in October/ Tacoma

  • www.nwgca.org -  Northwest Gifted Child Organization annual meeting updates and dates for upcoming presentations to groups and links to research articles

  • wacoalition.com – Washington Coalition for Gifted Education – non-profit gifted advocacy group providing a voice in Olympia and working collaboratively with state government decision makers.

PUBLICATIONS

  • Bright Not Broken: Gifted Kids, ADHD and Autism – Why Twice-Exceptional Children are Stuck and How to Help Them. (2011). Kennedy, Banks & Grandin. Jossey-Banks.
     
  • 2e:Twice Exceptional Newsletter/Website, www.2enewsletter.com
     
  • http://www.prufrock.com    Prufrock Press, Inc.
     
  • Excellence in Educating Gifted and Talented Learners, Third Edition, Joyce VanTassel-Baska,  Love Publishing Company
     
  • Gifted Child Today – Published Quarterly (January, April, July, October) SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, California. (Volume 38, no.4 October 2015.) Twice Exceptional Learners.
     
  • Living with Intensity-Understanding the Sensitivity, Excitability and Emotional Development of Gifted Children, Adolescents, and Adults. Daniels & Piechowski (2009)
     
  • Some of My Best Friends are Books: Guiding Gifted Readers. Halstead. Great Potential Press (2009, Third Edition)
     
  • Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom, Susan Winebrenner, Free Spirit Publishing (2012)
     
  • Teaching Young Gifted Children in the Regular Classroom, Smutny, Walker,Meckstroth , Free Spirit Publishing. (1997)
     
  • Twice Exceptional Students: A Staff Guideline to Supporting the Achievement of Gifted Students with Learning Disabilities. Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville Maryland. 047015_Twice ExceptionalStudents_Handbook_Webpdf