Exceptionally Able / Dual Exceptionality Links

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  1. Sites listed here are external to the SESS website. SESS takes no responsibility for the content displayed on these sites.
  2. To access a site, click on the link in the centre column. There are also some links in the right hand column.
Site Name LinkComments
Irish Association for Gifted ChildrenIrish Association for Gifted Children LogoIAGC Website has been updated. It now includes discussion forum and some interesting information about the association and their activities in Ireland. Contact details are provided.
Giftedkids.ieGiftedkids.ie LogoThis is a sister site to IAGC called 'Giftedkids.ie' which is extremely useful and full of good links. It also a discussion board and has a section on dual exceptionality.
Irish Centre for Talented YouthImage of the Irish Centre for Talented Youths HomepageThe Irish Centre for Talented Youth is based in DCU and runs summer programmes for 12-16 year olds in DCU.
National Association for Gifted Children (UK)Image of the National Association for Gifted Children (UK) Homepage This is a UK based association, with both an open area and a members’ area.
National Association for Gifted Children (USA)Image of the National Association for Gifted Children (USA) Homepage This is a non-profit American organisation – it has interesting articles on the Bush administration’s ‘No Child Left Behind’ Act which has influenced elementary education in the US. It publishes a quarterly journal and a parents' magazine.
Gifted and LD - Twice DisabledImage of the Gifted and LD - Twice Disabled Homepage A whole range of articles from the LDOnLine site which explores the 'dual exceptionality' paradox of gifted students who have specific learning disabilities. Very interesting.
GT Cybersource LibraryGT Cybersource Library This GT Cybersource contains a wide range of articles on students who are exceptionally able including a range of articles on dual exceptionality.