Internet Resources for Individualizing Education
Multiple Intelligences Theory
Introduction to Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences Theory (MI), which questions traditional conceptions of the nature of intelligence and appropriate assessments of it. As the name indicates, the theory asserts the existence of seven different intelligences: musical, bodily-kinesthetic, spatial, interpersonal, intrapersonal, logical mathematical, and linguistic. According to Gardner, despite the fact that each of these intelligences has currency in society, only the latter two are assessed with any regularity in schools.
Yahoo - Education:K-12:Gifted Youth
List of resources for gifted and talented education
SERI - Special Education Resources on the Internet
Internet-accessible resources on special education.
Deaf World Web
"A central Deaf point on the Internet." Contains resources and activities for Deaf kids, a glossary of Deaf-related terms, and a directory of e-mail addresses of members of Deaf communities in many countries.
Electronic, Xross Cultural Hypertextual Academy of Non-native Gatherings in English. This is an English as a Second Language (ESL) electronic magazine that enables ESL students to publish their writing, test themselves on written and spoken English, and learn about customs in other countries.