In honor of our 35th anniversary, we are launching this new website! Its development involved a great deal of soul searching and led to the reconceptualization of the Gifted Development Center.
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In the summer of 2014, the Gifted Development Center (GDC) initiated a combination of Quantitative Assessment and Qualitative Assessment (QQA): the most comprehensive way of understanding your gifted child.
Families in Northern California had been waiting a year for the Gifted Development Center (GDC) to come back to the Bay Area to test children. But there was no place to test them and the hotel rates were outrageous.
Last week the Gifted Development Center changed the life of my 10-year-old grandson, “James.”
Most of these employees are gifted and some are highly gifted. I spoke with Linda about the women I was seeing in our Women Moving Forward® workshop. They acted as if they were just lucky to be employed by these companies and worried that if their companies found out who they really were they... Read More
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This unique volume focuses on the contributions of Carl G. Jung but also has articles on Kazimierz Dabrowski and one of the founders of family therapy, Virginia Satir.
Peace Within, Peace Between speaks to individuals of all ages who want to live fuller, more loving and satisfying lives, as well as to coaches and therapists who wish to be more effective in their professional efforts.
Theory and research provide new insights into the life of Kazimierz Dabrowski and his Theory of Positive Disintegration and highlight his contribution to understanding psychological development, particularly in the gifted.
Highly gifted students have unique needs, and in-class accommodations for the gifted rarely are adequate for those students. The higher the level of giftedness, the more help that is needed to turn a risky school experience into a successful one.
This completely updated, definitive manual on gifted advocacy guides parents and teachers from documenting a child’s abilities to providing reasonable educational options year by year. The necessity for daily accommodations in regular instruction (not just enrichment pull-outs) is emphasized...