A place to visit, contribute to and learn about giftedness

Welcome! You've entered a safe space to learn about giftedness, take part in some research projects, and probably learn about yourself (and/or your kids)! There are several choices from this starting point for you to consider. Links to questions provide a gateway for you to the research projects currently active. You'll have opportunities to give your two cents by clicking these links and also sample some of the responses we've received. As of May 6, 2011 we have a new set of questions posted:

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Are you searching for ideas for a school in-service for faculty and staff? Would you like one of our experts to speak at a parent group? Or, how about a combination of both? Learning Latitudes is your one-stop shop. We provide educational support for schools and families. Learn more by following the link above.


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Want to Share Your Experiences about Schools and Services?

Across America, gifted education and programs are under seige. We are trying to develop a resource area on our website that people can visit to gain a sense of what is happening. Please consider sharing your stories about giftedness and service plans or options. We are interested in gathering information from all over the world to provide a broad view of what options are available for serving gifted individuals.

We will compile and share this information in a link to give all of us a place to gain some perspective and awareness about the state of Gifted Education. Please forward your story, or any questions to us: learninglatitudes@giftedkidspeak.com

 

Do you have a GT First-Year College student?

We're looking for families and/or individuals willing to talk about their experiences and expectations for college and college life. If you are interested in being interviewed or would like to discuss an aspect of your family's life associated with first-year college life, please contact us: learninglatitudes@giftedkidspeak.com

 

Is there a Highly/Profoundly gifted individual in your household?

We're looking for families willing to talk about their experiences and expectations raising (or living with) H/PG individuals in the household. If you are interested in being interviewed or would like to discuss an aspect of your family's life associated with H/P giftedness, please contact us: learninglatitudes@giftedkidspeak.com

 

Smart Talk and More Than A Test Score are available for immediate shipment. If your son/daughter has been newly identified as gifted, our books are a great resource for you and your child's teacher.

 

Smart Talk: What Kids Say About Growing Up Gifted (for ages 3-12)

More Than a Score: Teens Talk About Being Gifted, Talented, or Otherwise Extra-Ordinary (for ages 13+)

 

 


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Last Updated 6 May 2011