The CAM Gifted Children’s Program is currently being managed by Stephanie and Grant Bruner. They can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mensa Education & Research Foundation is sponsoring a series of lesson plans for grades Kindergarten through 12. Designed to challenge gifted children, these plans cover topics from the alphabet to the periodic table of elements, from Fibonacci numbers to the Seven Wonders of the World. These lesson plans are be available through the Mensa For Kids Web site in the Parent/Teacher Resources section. You can view the course materials and download complete copies. The first lessons are “The Moon” (first grade), “The Cell” (fifth grade) and “The American Dream” (grades 11 and 12). New plans will be published periodically and you can sign up to get email alerts when new plans are published.
- "Catalog Resources for Gifted Children and Their Families"
- "School is Not Real Life: Same Aged Classrooms"
- "Twice Exceptional, Twice Challenged"
- Mensa for Kids
- a website hosted by MERF (the Mensa Education and Research Foundation), this site emphasizes games and activities for gifted kids but also has information for parents and educators.
- Mensa’s Gifted Children’s page
- Bright Kids list-serve
- sponsored by Mensa, this list is open to all who are interested in talking about raising and educating bright children.
- Super Saturday – a weekend enrichment program for gifted children in Cincinnati for ages 4-14. Classes are held in buildings on the UC campus.
- The Schilling School – an award winning private school for gifted children located on Cornell Road, just outside the 275 loop. They accept students from K-12.
- John Scott Academy (Not Currently Available)- From their website: “John Scott Academy is a grades 7-12 school – full-time, part-time, online, class time – for gifted and talented students who come with unique learning styles that do not “fit the system” – and who may also be twice exceptional or have multiple exceptionalities.” The school is located on Symmes Road in Fairfield.
- The National Association for Gifted Children – This site has a wide range of resources, including state by state lists of contacts and laws. They hold an annual convention for parents of gifted children.
- Hoagie’s Gifted Education Page – This is an incredible resource for all aspects of education and parenting of gifted children.