Video and Multimedia

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Lev Vygotsky's Theory of Cognitive Development

Summary: This video will discuss how social interactions play a role in cognitive development of children, provide an overview of Vygotsky's cultural-historical theory, and describe the stages of speech and language development.

Tools to Advance Cognitive Development

Summary: In this video, we will learn about tools designed to promote cognitive development.

Advanced Cognitive Development and Renzulli's Triad

Summary: In this video, we will explore advanced cognitive development in terms of a gifted child. We will also define what it means to be gifted and Joseph Renzulli's model of giftedness.

New School for Academically Gifted and Talented Planned Downtown Green Bay

Summary: News Feed about a new school for academically gifted and talented planned downtown Green Bay

Who Cares? Using Real-World Perspectives to Engage Academically Gifted Learners

Summary: This video examines how academic content from these actual perspectives yields rich, rigorous, challenging learning for those who are ready to go beyond proficiency.



Multiple Intelligence (MI) – Howard Gardner

Summary: Howard Gardner is a psychologist and Professor at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. Based on his study of many people from many different walks of life in everyday circumstances and professions, Gardner developed the theory of multiple intelligences. - advanced learning developed by Stanford University

Summary: Guided by ongoing research at Stanford University, provides innovative personalized programs that help students become advanced learners in Mathematics, English, and Science, including Computer Programming and Physics.

National Association for Gifted Children

Summary: NAGC's mission is to support those who enhance the growth and development of gifted and talented children through education, advocacy, community building, and research.

National Center for Biotechnology Information

Summary: This site describes the use of behavioral, neuroimaging, and genetic methods to examine individual differences in cognition and affect, guided by three criteria.