Neag Center for Gifted Education: Their studies focusing on meeting the needs of gifted and talented youth have received national and international attention for over 40 years. The earliest research emphasized studies related to creativity, assessment, identification, programming, and evaluation. Several studies conducted by their research team are considered seminal research that guides the design and development of programs and services to meet the needs of gifted and talented students.
Renzulli Learning Systems: Students engage in self-directed learning by exploring safe, fully-vetted resources that have been specifically matched to their individual profiles, and teachers can browse the database of resources to find activities that align to specific objectives, skills, or state and Common Core Standards.
National Association for the Gifted: NAGC staff and leaders support and develop policies and practices that encourage and respond to the diverse expressions of gifts and talents in children and youth from all cultures, racial and ethnic backgrounds, and socioeconomic groups.
Dr. Linda Silverman: Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist. She founded and directs the Institute for the Study of Advanced Development, and its subsidiaries, Gifted Development Center (GDC) and Visual-Spatial Resource in Denver, Colorado.
Support for the profoundly gifted: Davidson Institute
Best resource for gifted materials (workbooks, journals, activities): As a teacher I ordered many materials from this site. Order from here and use the promo code MINDS to receive free shipping: Prufrock Press
Best simulation units for gifted curriculum: My colleagues and I liked many of these units, we used approximately one unit a year as a unit of study: Interact Simulations