Hoagies’ Gifted Education Page

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Hoagies’ Gifted Education Page consists of over 1000 pages of information on gifted children and adults, including 550+ pages of Hoagies’ Page collection, plus 500+ pages of ERIC Clearinghouse for Disabilities and Gifted Education (ERICEC).  Enter Hoagies’ Gifted Education Page through your gateway: ParentsEducators, Counselors, Administrators and other Professionals, or Kids & Teens.

Once inside Hoagies’ Gifted Education Page, find pages for every topic you can think of in gifted, from Testing and Assessment to Academic Acceleration, from Gifted Programs to Differentiation of Instruction, from Twice Exceptional to Success Stories.  Visit Hoagies’ Page exclusive or original articles, including Indecent Exposure Does the Media Exploit Highly Gifted Children?Learning & Thinking StyleNavigating College Admission and Optimum IQ: My Experience as a Too Gifted Adult.

Visit Gifted 101: A Guide for First Time Visitors and Gifted 102: The Next Steps to get started, or use our full text search engine, located in the upper right corner of every page… just type in what you’re looking for in gifted, and click “Go.”

All the resources listed on Hoagies’ pages are recommended by parents, teachers, psychologists, and/or gifted kids themselves.  Hoagies’ Page does not accept link exchanges, nor link to pages full of links… there are plenty of those kind of resources on the Internet; we don’t need one more.  And by keeping all the content “original” I can keep all the links “live.”  I hate dead links!

Sweet Search Engine for Students

 

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From the website:

SweetSearch is a Search Engine for Students.

It searches only the 35,000 Web sites that our staff of research experts and librarians and teachers have evaluated and approved when creating the content on findingDulcinea. We constantly evaluate our search results and “fine-tune” them, by increasing the ranking of Web sites from organizations such as the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian, PBS and university Web sites.

SweetSearch helps students find outstanding information, faster. It enables them to determine the most relevant results from a list of credible resources, and makes it much easier for them to find primary sources. We exclude not only the spam sites that many students could spot, but also the marginal sites that read well and authoritatively, but lack academic or journalistic rigor. As importantly, the very best Web sites that appear on the first page of SweetSearch results are often buried on other search engines.