Best Blogs in the Gifted Community
Posted by gtchatmod
This week’s Poll topics resulted in the highest number of votes in the past two years. It was great to see many ‘old timers’ at this chat as well as many new faces. A full transcript may be found here.
Below you will find links to sites and blogs shared during the chat and a list of blogs assembled prior to chat. Several of the links are collections of blog links.
Links (from the chat):
“Are All Children Gifted?” From Gifted Homeschoolers Forum
“Where is New Zealand’s Excellence Gap?” From Gifted Phoenix
Byrdseed Gifted (website)
Blogging Through the Fourth Dimension (education blog)
Gifted Resources Blog (Jo Freitag)
* “New Zealand Gifted Awareness Week 2014” will be held June 17th to the 23rd. Follow @gtchatmod on Twitter who will provide more information as it becomes available.
Links to Blogs (does not imply endorsement):
An Intense Life (Christine Fonseca)
Belin-Blank (Univ of IA)
Beyond Intelligence (Dona Matthews)
Building Wing Span (Susanne Thomas)
Gifted and Talented Ireland (Peter Lydon)
Gifted Education Perspectives (Ben Hebebrand)
Gifted Exchange from @DavidsonGifted
Gifted Guru (Lisa Van Gemert)
Gifted Matters (Mika Gustavson)
Gifted Parenting Support (Lisa Conrad)
Gifted Phoenix See Blogroll
Innreach’s Blog (Leslie Graves)
Laughing at Chaos (Jen Merrill)
Living the Life Fantastic (Karla Archer)
Prufrock Press Blog
Ramblings of a Gifted Teacher (Jeffrey Shoemaker)
Red, White and Grew (Pamela Price)
Smarte Barn (Norway)
Sprite’s Site (Jo Freitag)
Talent Igniter Blog (Deborah Ruf)
Talent Talk (Northwestern)
Talento y Euducacion (Javier Touron – Spain)
Teach a Gifted Kid (Angie French)
Teach From the Heart (Jen Marten)
The Deep End (Stephanie Tolan)
Venspired (Krissy Venosdale)
Watch Out for Gifted People (Sarah Wilson GHF)
Posted on March 25, 2014, in Gifted Adults, gifted education, Social Media, Technology and tagged Belin Blank, gifted, gifted and talented, gifted blogs, Gifted Homeschoolers Forum, Gifted Phoenix, gtchat, TAGT, Twitter. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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