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Gifted Resources


  • Assouline, S., Colangelo, N., Van Tassel-Baska, J., & Lupkowski-Shoplik, A. (Eds.(. (2015) A nation empowered: Evidence trumps the excuses holding back America's brightest students. 

  • Baum, S., Shader, R., & Owen, S., (2017). To be gifted and learning disabled: Strength based strategies for helping twice-exceptional students wtih LD-ADHD-ASD and more (3rd ed.). 

  • Beljan, P. (2011). Misdiagnosis of culturally diverse students. In J. A. Castellano and A.D. Frazier (Eds.), Special populations in gifted education: Understand our most able students from diverse backgrounds (pp.317-332).

  • Biddulph, S. (2013). Raising boys: Why boys are different and how to help them become happy and well-balanced men (3rd ed.). 

  • Brown, C. (2022). From Socrates to STEAM: Student agency fuels potential.

  • Chu, J. (2014). When boys become boys: Developing, relationships, and masculinity.

  • Cohn, S., & Kerr, B. (2001). Smart boys: Talent, manhood, and the search for meaning.

  • Colangelo, N., Assounline, S., & Griss, M, (2004). A nation deceived: How schools hold back America's brightest students.

  • Delisle, J. & Galbraith, J. (2002). When gifted kids don't have all the answers: How to meet their social and emotional needs.

  • Daniels, S. & Peters, D. (2022). Boosting your child's natural creativity

  • Davis, J. (2023). Bright, talented, and black: A guide for families of African-American learners.

  • Dawson, P., & Guare, R. (2009). Smart but scattered: The revolutionary "executive function" approach to helping kids reach their potential. 

  • Fisher, D., Frey, N., Quaglia, R., & Lande, L. (2018). Engagement by design: Creating learning environments where students thrive. 

  • Fonseca, C. (2016). Emotional intensity in gifted students: Helping kids cope with explosive feelings

  • Fonseca, C. (2015). I'm not just gifted: Social- emotional curriculum for guiding gifted children. 

  • Fonseca, C. (2014). Quiet kids: Help your introverted child succeed in an extroverted world. 

  • Foster, J. (2019). ABC's of raising smarter kids: Hundreds of ways to inspire your child.

  • Foster, J. (2017). Bust your buts: Tips for teens who procrastinate.

  • Foster, J. (2015).  Not now, maybe later: Helping children overcome procrastination.

  • Gennarelli, D. (2022). Twice-exceptional boys: A roadmap to getting it right. 

  • Gilman, B. (2008). Academic Advocacy for Gifted Children: A parent's complete guide.

  • Gurian, M., & Stevens, K. (2007). The mind of boys: Saving our sons from falling behind in school and life.

  • Gurian, M., Stevens, K., Henley P., & Truman, T. (2011). Boys and girls learn differently: A guide for teachers and parents. 

  • Honeck, E. & MacFarlane, B. (2023) Social and emotional eearning for advanced children in early childhood.

  • Hess, M. (2023). I used to be gifted: Understanding, nuturing, and teaching gifted learners in the classroom and at home.

  • Kay, K. (2000). Uniquely gifted: Identifying and meeting the needs of twice-exceptional students.

  • Matthews, D. & Foster, J. (2021). Being smart about gifted learners: Empowering parents and kids through challenge and change.

  • Matthews, D. & Foster, J. (2014). Beyond intelligence: Secrets for raising happily productive kids.

  • Morris, E. (2022). Raising twice-exceptiona children: A handbook for parents of neurodivergent gifted kids.

  • Neihart, M., Pfeiffer, S., Cross, T. (2016). The social and emotional development of gifted children: What do we know?

  • Newhall, P. (2012). Language-based teaching series: Language -based learning disabiliites. 

  • Peters, D. (2013). From worrier to warrior: A guide to conquering your fears. 

  • Peterson, J. & Peters, D. (2021). Bright complex kids: Supporting their social and emotional development.

  • Pollack, W. (1998). Real boys: Rescuing our sons from the myths of boyhood. 

  • Post, G. (2022). The gifted parenting journey: A guide to self-discovery and support for families of gifted children.

  • Postma. M. ( 2017). The inconvenient student: Critical issues in the identification and education of twice-exceptional students.

  • Prober, P. (2016). Your rainforest mind: A guide to the well-being of gifted adults and youth. 

  • Small B. (2022). Serving the needs of your smart kids: How school leaders create a supportive school culture for the advanced learner.

  •  Stanley, T. (2022). A teacher's toolbox for gifted education: 20 strategies you can use today to challenge gifted students. 

  • Tomlinson, C. A. (2001). How to differentiate instruction in mixed ability classrooms (2nd ed.).

  • Trail, B. (2022). Twice exceptional gifted children: Understanding, teaching and counceling gifted students .

  • Tyre, P. (2008). The trouble with boys: A surprising report card on our sons, their problems in school, and what parents and educators must do

  • Van Gemert, L. (2017) Perfectionism: A practical guide to managing "never good enough."

  • Webb. J.T., Meckstroth, E., Tolan, S. (1982). Guiding the gifted child: A practical source for parents and teachers

  • Webb, J. T., Amend, E. R., Beljan, P., Webb, N. E., Kuzujanakis, M., Olenchak, F. R., & Goerss, J. (2016). Misdiagnosis and dual diagnosis of gifted children and adults. 

  • Whitmire, R. (2010). Why boys fail: Saving our sons from an educational system that' sleaving them behind. 

  • Whitney, C. S., & Hirsch, G. (2011). Helping gifted children soar: A practical guide for parents and teachers (2nd ed.). 






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