Due to the more pronounced role of ECHA in the organization of European talent support (promoting the cooperation with many other continents too) there is a spectacularly increased interest and activity related to the Facebook page of ECHA. We had 500 members in February, 750 in October, and in mid-December we passed the 1000-membership level of ECHAGroup. There is more than one new post per day on exciting news, interesting questions, and cooperation proposals. Many thanks for all contributors to this whealth of information on gifted education and talent support! If you are on Facebook, and you have not done so yet, please join our community!
The EGIFT project is and Erasmus+ funded project with the goal of helping educators in mainstream classrooms to provide appropriate educational opportunities for gifted students in their classes. To serve this goal we propose to increase the competency and skills of these educators through the use of an Open Educational Resource, or OER; and a number of training events taking place across Europe.