Open – Collaborative – Giving
As part of it’s outreach mission, GRO is committed to sharing information as well as helping to connect people and organizations. This page provides a pathway for parents and professionals interested in understanding all facets of giftedness. Below are links to handouts, presentations and videos, as well as to other gifted support organizations.
References for: “Gifted Physiology: How OE’s and Gifted Differences are Better understood by Taking a Whole-Body Approach”
REFERENCES Gifted Physiology: How OE’s and Gifted Differences are Better Understood by
TED Talk – Gifted, creative and highly sensitive children | Heidi Hass Gable
TED Talk Video: Gifted, creative and highly sensitive children | Heidi Hass
TED Talk – Why gifted may not be what you think | Michelle Barmazel at TEDxHGSE
TED Talk Video: Why gifted may not be what you think
The Gifted Brain
Gifted Research and Outreach (GRO) is excited to share this summary of
Gifted Physiology Map of Literature Review
This schematic is a map of the physiology GRO intends to explore
TED Talk – A Second Opinion on Developmental Disorders
TED Talk Video: A Second Opinion on Developmental Disorders
The Gifted Brain Reference List
Brain Studies That Include Intelligence This list references the research studies that
Clarification of Common Myths
As parents and advocates attempt to discuss giftedness, they are often confronted with
This poster is intended to help people begin to see giftedness in a different light.
Links to Other Gifted Organizations
We are not alone.
“Gifted children learn differently, not just faster, and have special emotional and social needs as well. We need this research and practical guidance so that parents, teachers, schools, and psychologists understand the best ways to facilitate the learning and growth of this unique population. Thank you for meeting this essential need.”
“The more we find out about gifted and the struggles and stereotypes that gifted individuals struggle with, the more doors that can open for the 2xceptional or autism. This will help individuals and families! The research for the gifted is opening doors for so many others and will make anything possible! Parents and families need this hope!”