Welcome to the Student Page. If you are running out of books to read, need ideas or resources for emotional strength, guidance to post secondary planning, etc., the links in this page will provide some wonderful opportunities and insights. Check back often as links are added, and student work is incorporated.
This link has book lists, game suggestions, gift ideas, and support information for you in areas of academics, social and emotional, and technology fun. www.hoagiesgifted.org/
A resource for social and emotional awareness: "The Gifted Child's Survival Guide" by Galbraith & Delisle
Do you want to get answers to that difficult trig problem, are you interested in learning more about a science concept, do you need research ideas for a history project? A great source is: http://www.youtube.com/ Videos by college professors, teachers, and other students may help you with your classroom lessons. CAUTION: Avoid comment participation on some of the videos.
Another great site to help you in math takes you from 1 + 1 = 2 through college level calculus! Or, problems with biology, chemistry, banking, or economics? You can find tutorials for all of it - self guided with problems to solve and quizzes to take. http://www.khanacademy.org/
Calling all gifted musical and theatrical student artists!
Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan is taking applications for its 2012 summer sessions. Merit and financial aid scholarships are available! This is an amazing experience in piano, winds, percussion, tuba, euphoium, composition and/or Shakespearean theater. Information is available on the website www.bluelake.org
Neat sites for GT Kids! www.thekidstory.com This is a neat site for GT kids to read - it's written by a GT mom and her daughter, Lucy - they list great sites for students! Like.... the site for the San Francisco Symphony! www.kidsknowit.com
Great Reading Sites to Explore!
www.readkiddoread.com This site was created by James Patterson and has advanced books listed to read. James Patterson is "all about" reading!
www.guysread.com This is a super site for the boys! It has a reading blog that is created by a young boy - it's pretty cool.
www.oprah.com The "Kids Reading List" is excellent.
www.dropeverythingandread.com This site has a list of favorite D.E.A.R. books on tab on it's home page.