What's New at the Center?

  • "And the people stayed home. And read books, and listened, and rested, and exercised, and made art, and played games, and learned new ways of being, and were still."

  • Alexander, Kwame. The Undefeated. Illus. by Kadir Nelson. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt/Versify, 2019.

  • Mackesy's seemingly simple fable of a lonely young boy and his unlikely three anthropomorphic animal friends presents a magical journey they take as winter turns to spring in England. Just as the four characters engage in a plain yet powerful dialogue that reveals an ideal world of love,... read more

  • Leading the Way: Women in Power is a great new collective biography of 50 American Women that commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the women’s right to vote first realized in 1920.

  • This Thanksgiving, please be grateful for the gift of your Energy. Remember times when it disappeared. Don’t take Energy for granted or it may vanish again. Try asking, “What do I have the Energy to do today?” and see if this infuses your life with inspiration and direction.

  • Linda Silverman was awarded the George Betts Inspiration Leadership Award at this year's 2nd Annual CAGT Awards Evening!

  • What could be more fitting for gifted youths than to have museums right in their own homes that are accessible every hour of the day and every day of the year? Welcome to the Museum: Historium is one volume in a series of large format nonfiction books that simulate the experience of visiting... read more

  • * Does your gut tell you that your child’s Full Scale IQ score on the WISC-V is not right?
    * Did the examiner only give 7 subtests of the WISC-V? Or 10?
    * Did your child have low scores on Working Memory or Processing Speed?
    A new index is now available that can give you a... read more

  • Johnny Tremain is one of the finest historical novels every written for children and young adults. The theme of freedom and liberty for every person regardless of nationality or station in life fits perfectly with emotions of the patriots of Boston in the 1770s and is universal.

  • Free Support Group for Parents of 2e Children/Youth

    Alternating Saturdays, 10:30 – 12:00
    Starting September 21st 2019
    Gifted Development Center
    8120 Sheridan Blvd., C-111
    Westminster, CO 80003
  • Biographic Shakespeare is one volume in a new series of unique biographies, Biographic: Great Lives in Graphic Form. So many facts of Shakespeare’s life and the world in which he lived are presented in Biographic Shakespeare that even readers previously well informed about the world’s most... read more

  • Yesterday, we lost a very dear human being whom I was honored to call my friend. George deeply loved his family and he really loved gifted education. He dedicated his life to enhancing our understanding of the gifted. George never stopped learning, growing, contributing, being excited with life... read more

  • In honor of our 40th year, Gifted Development Center is hosting an international symposium to help the world rediscover the uniqueness of the gifted child.

  • This month we pay tribute to the phenomenal role Dads play in the development of their children. In the early years, most of the families we worked with had clearly defined roles. Dad was the breadwinner and Mom was in charge of childcare, including the child’s education. Most of our calls were... read more

  • Children who do not fit the mold are lucky to have mothers who advocate for them, despite the looks and the jeers they face as “overinvolved” mothers. But who advocates for the Moms? Who honors the important role mothers play in their children’s development?