For those who attended our Math Resources Discussion at Super Saturday, and for those who were unable to attend, here are the list of resources discussed at that discussion:
Enrichment Resources for Gifted Students
For informational purposes only. PAGE of Wake County does not endorse any program below.
Davidson Young Scholars Program — http://www.davidsongifted.org/youngscholars/
The Davidson Young Scholars Program is designed to nurture profoundly gifted young people. Services include free consulting services, an online community, summer programs and gifted resources.
National Association for Gifted Children – http://www.nagc.org/
National organization devoted to gifted issues. Has a yearly conference in the fall.
Hoagies Gifted Education Page – http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/
A huge website on all things gifted, from parent stories, to scholarly articles, to game recommendations.
SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted) — http://www.sengifted.org/
SENG has webinars, classes, groups and a yearly conference.
TAG Families of the Talented and Gifted — http://www.tagfam.org/
TAG maintains three listservs that provide support and information to families of gifted. TAGFAM is for those with children in traditional schools, TAGMAX is for homeschoolers, TAGPDQ is for those whose children need radical acceleration and options.
North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented (NCAGT) — http://www.ncagt.org/
Regional affiliate of national organization. Annual conference March 5-6 in Winston-Salem.
North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS) — http://www.ncvps.org/
Online classes for high school credit. Open to middle and high schoolers with principal permission.
This is called dual enrollment.
Online and Talent Search
Duke Talent Identification Program (DukeTIP) – http://www.tip.duke.edu/
Weekend, online and summer classes grades 4-12. Can register to take Explore in 5th/6th and SAT in 7th.
Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins (CTY) — http://cty.jhu.edu/
Online and summer classes, talent search. K-12
Art of Problem Solving (AoPS) — http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/
Online classes, books, community. Math, competition math, computer programming, problem solving.
Khan Academy — http://www.khanacademy.org/
Free lessons in wide variety of subjects.
Aleks — http://www.aleks.com/
Online math classes. Free trial includes math assessment.
Coursera – https://www.coursera.org/
Free College Courses
Local and Summer Programs
Governor’s School of North Carolina — http://www.ncgovschool.org/
The Science House at NCSU — https://sciencehouse.ncsu.edu/
North Carolina Science Olympiad — http://www.sciencenc.com/
Battle of the Books — http://www.ncslma.org/book-competitions.html
Odyssey of the Mind — http://www.odysseyofthemind.com/
Geography Bee — http://www.nationalgeographic.com/geobee/
Scripps Spelling Bee — http://spellingbee.com/
Math Circle at NCSU — http://www.math.ncsu.edu/MathCircles/
* SMILE Camp at NCSU — http://www.mse.ncsu.edu/outreach/camps/smile/
* Techsplorers — http://www.techsplorers.com/
Chess Achieves — http://raleighchessacademy.com/
Club Scientific – http://www.northraleigh.clubscientific.com/
Science Fun for Everyone — http://www.sciencefun.org/
ID Tech Camp — http://www.internaldrive.com/
Morehead Planetarium and Science Center — http://www.moreheadplanetarium.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page&filename=camp_overview.html
Science in the Summer — http://www.scienceinthesummer.com/sis_nc/index.html
* Marbles — http://www.marbleskidsmuseum.org/summercamps
* NC Museum of Natural Sciences — http://naturalsciences.org/programs-events/summer-camps
* NC Museum of Life and Science — http://www.ncmls.org/get-involved/camps-and-classes
First Robotics League — http://www.ncfirstrobotics.org/
* STEM for Kids — http://www.stemforkids.net/
* Wake Gifted Academy – http://www.wakegiftedacademy.org/
* North Carolina School of Science and Math — http://www.ncssm.edu/
* These programs have offered classes at Super Saturday or been sponsors of PAGE of Wake County
Re-Forming Gifted Education: How Parents and Teachers Can Match the Program to the Child by Karen B. Rogers
Bevan Scholarship, Duke TIP
Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship
Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship
MATH SPECIFIC RESOURCES
Life of Fred
Art of Problem Solving Books
Developing Math Talent by Susan Assouline and Anna Lupkowski-Shoplik
Sir Cumference books
The Adventures of Penrose the Mathematical Cat
The Number Devil
Critical Thinking Activities
Puzzles and Games that Make Kids Think
You Can Count on Monsters
Martin Gardner books
Epsilon Camp (ages 7-12) — http://www.epsiloncamp.org/
MathPath (ages 12-14) — http://www.mathpath.org/
Awesome Math — https://www.awesomemath.org/
Canada/USA Math Camp — http://www.mathcamp.org/
Promys — http://www.promys.org/
Ross Mathematics Program — http://www.math.osu.edu/ross/
MathILy – www.mathily.org
HCSSiM – www.hcssim.org
SUMaC – www.sumac.stanford.edu
HSMC Mathworks – www.txstate.edu/mathworks/
AMA has a comprehensive list of summer programs. See
MAA has a list as well. See http://www.maa.org/programs/students/student-resources/high-school
Art of Problem Solving has a robust community that features these programs. See https://www.artofproblemsolving.com/community
Math Kangaroo March — http://www.mathkangaroo.org/2010page/kangur/main.htm
Purple Comet Math Meet – www.purplecomet.org
Mathcounts — http://mathcounts.org/
MOEMS (Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle School) — http://www.moems.org/
AMC 8, AMC 10, AMC 12 — http://amc.maa.org/whatswhat.shtml
ARML — http://www.arml.com/
Math Prize for Girls — http://mathprize.atfoundation.org/index
Putnam – www.math.scu.edu/putnam/
College of Charleston Math Meet — February
Julia Robinson Math Festival – Charlotte, NC in March
Sonia Kovalevsky Day – October at NCSU
NC Science Festival
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