Learning Conversations Discount for GHF Supporting Members!


Mr. Gelston is happy to announce the addition of Learning Conversations—one-to-one meta-learning coaching for tweens and teens. Through Learning Conversations with Claudia, young people discover how to direct their own learning and practice the skills needed to thrive as self-directed, interconnected learners. Parents explore how to create the dynamics of … Continue reading

Join GHF in the KLRN Virtual Classroom

Wednesday mornings this summer, join dozens of GHF families for a FREE nature-themed online learning experience. Coordinated by KLRN Public Television in San Antonio, Texas, and funded generously by the Knight Foundation, the KLRN Virtual Classroom connects homeschoolers and other summer learners Wednesdays at 11:00 a.m. CST via OVEE.itvs.org. Together, … Continue reading

Two Scholarships Available for GiftedandTalented.com!

As a G&T Advocate, I am able to earn scholarships from GiftedandTalented.com to donate to non-profit organizations, schools, or anyone that could benefit from them. I wanted to donate two scholarships to Gifted Homeschoolers Forum because they make such an amazing difference by providing valuable information and resources to the gifted community. Each scholarship will … Continue reading

Announcing GHF’s New Affiliate Partners

GHF is pleased to announce two three new Affiliate Partners! Subscribe to the Kiwi Crate line of products, Green Kid Crafts, and Groovy Lab in a Box. Support GHF while you play and learn. Kiwi Crate Koala Crate: For the youngest artists (ages 3-4), Koala Crate includes project with all the supplies you need, … Continue reading

Educating Your Gifted Child: How One Public School Teacher Embraced Homeschooling

    by Celi Trépanier         What would make a dedicated public school teacher decide to homeschool her own children? In her new book, Educating Your Gifted Child: How One Public School Teacher Embraced Homeschooling, Celi Trépanier (crushingtallpoppies.com) shares her journey from a top teacher in traditional … Continue reading