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Peter Csermely is Professor of Biochemistry at the Semmelweis University School of Medicine in Budapest, Hungary, and President of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA). He is working on the development of a European Talent Support Network and is asking for your help. Ireland takes on the Presidency of the […]

Help Drive Gifted Support in Ireland and Europe





On Sunday October 28th, the topic for our Twitter chat, #gtie, was “Gifted School Leavers: Deciding What to Do”. It turned out to be a lively and interesting discussion. After a little detail for background, I have tried to arrange the tweets so that they make sense…I hope I have succeeded! […]

Gifted School Leavers: Deciding What To Do





Sunday 15th July 3pm CG20, Henry Grattan Building DCU Next Sunday, families from all over the country will be arriving at Dublin City University for the beginning of CTYI Session 2 and CAT. This is an ideal opportunity for parents to meet up and CTYI has very kindly facilitated us […]

Gifted Get Together







Today sees the first of our guest blogposts from around the world. We are very grateful to our international friends for their kind support and encouragement 1. Five Ways to Survive Raising a Gifted Kid by Jen Merrill. I have one, chances are if you’re reading this you have one…I’m not talking […]

Gifted Education Awareness Week: Day 3