If you are interested in becoming a GHF Choices Member, it costs $49.99 per year. This is a robust and generous membership program with several key offerings along with a discount program to help you cover the cost of membership. If you would like to become a member, then register here.
DIY Education is a yearlong program for families of gifted children who are looking for help on how to educate your gifted children at home, regardless of whether you are a traditional homeschooler, a hybrid schooler, or public schooler.
The program runs on 12 monthly themes that are repeated every year, with each year bringing new content and more in depth development. Each week the theme will be broken down further into an integrated, collaborative, online program.
You can join us for a facilitated discussion on the week’s topic and have optional, weekly homework to choose from.
This program will have monthly lectures and a toolbox of resources, articles, podcasts, or videos. For your coursework, you will have the option to write, talk, ask, or share. The magic will be in the community collaboration with well-curated information.
The GHF Expert Series was created to engage our community through discussions with experts in a variety of fields as applicable to the gifted experience. We interview Educators, Professionals, and Veteran Parents to ask, "How do you homeschool gifted children?" GHF gives you the chance to connect with Professionals, Educators, and Veteran Homeschool Parents to answer your concerns, to hear their experiences directly from them, and to know that there are many solutions out there. We help you to find the information that you need.
Carol Malueg interviews professionals from the gifted community who work in a variety of fields supporting gifted individuals and homeschooling gifted children.
Barry Gelston interviews education professionals from the gifted community targeting different specialties, age groups, and cultures.
Pinpin Wei interviews veteran parents homeschooling gifted children from the gifted community discussing Been There, Done That topics and how do you homeschool your child.
GHF has developed $1,000s of discounts for you to use with vendors offering to support GHF by giving you discounts on their goods and services.
In addition to providing you with quality programming, GHF needs your membership to cover the costs of our program. All of our income goes to the mission. We have no permanent staff and only use occasional contractors for work that our volunteers cannot perform in house.
Everyone from all parts of the Gifted Learning Community is welcome. Our commitment is to invite everyone into the Forum and interview a wide diversity of people and backgrounds for our series. Your engagement is needed to meet this commitment. Please invite members of all communities to engage in the Forum. Be yourselves and share your culturally relevant information. The Forum is as diverse and inclusive as we all make it.
If you would like to be active in the GHF Inclusion Project, please join this group. This link will work after you join the GHF Forum.
As part of our traditional role of facilitating connections and generating and sharing information, GHF has created the GHF Forum to be a home for the entire Gifted Learning Community. To join the GHF Forum for free, register here. The GHF Forum is a social media platform. We want you to make connections, share your stories, and provide support for each other and yourselves.
Discussions and new information will roll out based on the monthly themes. There are plenty of groups to join or make to congregate on particular issues and communities.
The GHF Forum includes a Resource Library, which is sorted by topic and contains social media type links for each resource. You are encouraged to post links and comment as reviews on these topics. To join the GHF Forum for free, register here.
GHF Families are pioneers in homeschooling. Our community started out of the need to create learning environments for our children to thrive. Fifteen years later, our experienced community spans multiple generations. The heart of GHF is a steady influx of new families seeking help. Gifted and 2E families have built an infrastructure for ourselves to be in charge of our lives and to develop our own sense of agency.
GHF’s (Gifted Homeschoolers Forum®) community is the result of volunteer families collectively working together to develop family agency. Most families were and are reluctant to make these changes. We come together and share resources, seek and receive information, and build the next generation of veteran families that are here to support the newcomers.
Our new generation of families is now learning that educating our children is about choosing from a wide palette of options that start with families taking control. It doesn’t have to mean pulling children totally out of school anymore either unless that is what you want to do. It’s about your choices.
Gifted Homeschoolers Forum® is a 501c3 non profit organization that is run by volunteers. If you would like to make a donation, please do so through Paypal. We would deeply appreciate it.