ACfGT’s main objective is to provide advocacy or loud voice for Africa’s Gifted and Talented in consultation with the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children.
Many groups around the world support gifted children and the adults in their lives. To connect to Associations in your part of the world that can help support your efforts please see the Gifted Associations link below.
In addition, many groups and their websites can help you navigate the complex work of educating and providing support to gifted young people. To see a list of just some of those Support resources please click on the Gifted Support link.
If you would like to advance your own education in understanding high level achievement of diverse learners there are degree programs in Gifted Education available worldwide. To locate traditional and online programs please see the Gifted Degree Programs link.
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APFG is a non-profit organization for the development and education of gifted and talented children in the Asia-Pacific region. APFG consists of scholars, teachers, parents of G/T children, and others who are interested in development of gifted and talented children and gifted education.
European Committee for the Education of Children and Adolescents who are intellectually advanced, gifted, talented.
ECHA has been generated by an overwhelming demand for coordination from most European countries, both West and East. The major goal of ECHA is to act as a communications network to promote the exchange of information among people interested in high ability – educators, researchers, psychologists, parents, and the highly able themselves.
The European Day of the Talented and Gifted website has information on the European Talent Day initiative held in Spring 2011 as well as information on individual European country groups that support gifted education
ICIE aims to establish links between regional programmes designed to serve gifted, creative, and talented children.
NACE has specialized in teaching and learning for able, gifted and talented pupils for over 28 years. One of the UK's leading independent education organizations, they support teachers in getting the best from able, gifted and talented pupils in the everyday classroom, whilst enabling all pupils to flourish.
NAGC is the UK's foremost membership charity that deals with all aspects of giftedness in children. Their mission is to advise, support, and provide for the needs of high ability children, young people, and their families in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
NAGC is an organization of parents, teachers, educators, other professionals, and community leaders who unite to address the unique needs of children and youth with demonstrated gifts and talents as well as those children who may be able to develop their talent potential with appropriate educational experiences.