GiftedSources.com is designed as a portal to the best educational content on the World Wide Web for gifted and talented students. The site is maintained by Professor Kimberly P. Code and is intended purely for the use and enjoyment of colleagues, fellow teachers, students, and anyone else with an interest in gifted and talented education topics and research.
The title "GiftedSources" reflects the fact that every effort has been made to direct users to the source agencies that generate educational content and research such as the National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, the United States Department of Education, the Davidson Institute, etc. Numerous links are provided to advocacy organizations such as the National Association for Gifted Children, the Center for Talented Youth at John Hopkins University, and the Talented Identification Program at Duke University, among others. GiftedSources.com also provides links to major news organizations and web browsers that generate and/or gather articles about gifted and talented education developments at the local, national, and international levels.
However, no endorsements by GiftedSources.com are implied, and users should consider the source of the information when making a judgment about the topics presented.
Throughout, every effort has been made to provide links to the most current, objective, and relevant resources on the World Wide Web. To help the user maintain separation between the GiftedSources.com portal and the information on a linked site, note that a new site will always pop up in a separate window. Accordingly, when you are finished visiting a linked site, simply close the window to return to the GiftedSources.com portal. When you are in the portal, you can navigate by using the links at the side of the page, the "GiftedSources Home Page" icon, or the "back" button on your browser.
Enjoy, and visit us often!