Online Resources

*** Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 each have a Canvas card for Gifted Seminars. Please contact Mr. Watkins or Mr. Bredbenner if you need help connecting with your page or have any questions. ***

Looking for something helpful, interesting or different?

Some specific pages are worth highlighting...

BrainZilla has an excellent selection of printable and interactive logic puzzles and challenges.

The creator of Brain easer found this page of Online Resources and asked Mr. Bredbenner to consider his site. The clean design and excellent challenges made it an easy choice. There are even tricks and tips for fielding questions at the job interviews for high-demand fields like finance, engineering and technology!

It won't count toward your high school transcript, but many colleges offer MOOCs (Massive Online Open Courseware) and other online courses available. There's no "real" grade, but the learning is as good as your effort. Search in multiple ways for a course at the MOOC list.

Nikon School Online has made all of their classes free through April 2020. If you want to learn the basics of digital photography, take your skills and understanding a step further, learn techniques for portraits or landscapes or even film a music video, the time is now!

Each of these sites have dozens of choices...

The incredible chart of Virtual Gifted and Talented Support Materials was compiled by the Kentucky Association for the Gifted and has something for every age and interest.

Hoagies' Gifted Education page maintains an extensive set of links organized by category.

Ms. Gordon is Gar-Field HS's IB MYP Coordinator and Gifted Resource Teacher. She shared three remarkable collections of sites that we are thankful to be able to pass along to you:
Learn something new with Gifted Remote Learning Resources (Current Events, subject areas, YouTube channels and more)
Go on Virtual Field Trips at museums and sites around the world
Plan for the future with
College, Career and Study Skills Enrichment Resources or our own page for Future Goals and Planning Resources (left menu on this screen).

Travel + Leisure Magazine's website has compiled 100+ Fun Things to Do at Home Right Now.

The Washington Post recently ran a helpful story about ways to tour colleges without going to them, including many excellent ideas for students trying to decide where to apply or which school to attend.

Have a suggestion for online resources we should have here? Email Mr. Bredbenner at to nominate your link and briefly explain why you like it enough to share.