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Summer Classes 2015
Tres Columnae Project and GHF: Gifted Homeschoolers Forum have joined together to respond to the demand for more Latin! We started out with an Introduction to Latin class in the fall. Then Intermediate Latin in the spring, and this summer we're offering another Introduction to Latin session as well as a interactive "Latin Story Creation Camp" Are you looking for a great Latin experience this summer? Register here.
We at GHFO are thrilled about the fall 2015 semester! We’ve upgraded to a much more robust technology platform. We’re offering new courses, some favorites from previous years, and some that build on past courses, all taught by a line-up of instructors who know their subjects and really get gifted/2e kids. Read More
Giftedness stays with us as we develop, impacting us in different ways over time. Read on to see what these awesome bloggers have to say about giftedness during different ages and stages!
Spotlight on Guest Posts
When I was 14, a vicious insect attacked me. It sunk its long fangs into my skin, injected its venom, and hasn’t let go since. - Blake Boles
Did you ever have the feeling deep in your heart... that you were supposed to be doing something other than what you spent most of your time doing? - Diane Flynn Keith
How comprehensive evaluations can help you find out why. - Dan Peters, Ph.D
A kid with a social communication disorder... can struggle to connect with other kids; the repercussions can be devastating and long-lasting - Sarah C. Wayland, Ph.D
Beyond Special Ed: Autism and the Benefits of Home-based Education ..
rethinking the needs of learners with diverse gifts and challenges. -
Erin Gayton, PhD