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- 1. Lesson and activity plans
The Mensa Foundation underwrites several programs in support of gifted youth. Among these hands-on programs are a series of educational activities to be implemented at the local level and a group of lesson plans designed for homeschooling or classroom use.
- 2. Succeeding in school
Steve Broe's son is bright, above average in many ways — but you'd never know it from his grades. Here are one parent's tips for helping your gifted student succeed in school.
- 3. Is my child bright?
Whether or not a child is gifted is a concern to many parents, judging by the letters received by Mensa's Gifted Youth Coordinators. When the parents of students in a gifted center were surveyed, certain trends emerged.
- 4. Other resources
This list of resources will direct you to Web sites that offer information, support and educational materials for parents and teachers of gifted youth.
- 5. Frequently asked questions
If you're the parent of a gifted young person, you've got questions. Here are answers to some of the questions we hear most often.
- 6. Gifted characteristics
This summary of the characteristics of gifted youth is based on the research of Dr. J. Renzulli and reprinted with permission of the National Association for Gifted Children.
- 8. Gifted youth
It can be tough to be the smartest kid in the room, and Mensa provides wholehearted understanding and support from the local level through the national level. There is also a support network for parents and teachers of gifted youth.
- 9. National Office staff
The National Office of American Mensa, Ltd., located in Arlington, Texas, houses professional support staff for American Mensa and the Mensa Education & Research Foundation, supporting members, officers and volunteers of the organization.