European Network

A network of professionals and parents initiatives help high gifted students from Germany, Austria and the Switzerland development of so-called Web 2.0 as a new understanding of power towards an architecture of collaboration”, to a distribution of content by individuals and organizations, networking with each other. A project for the gifted theme, which keeps pace with this development, is the creation of the European network for the highly gifted of AlphGenius, March 2008. It considers voluntary association without any cost, without mutual obligations, but with the documentation of belonging to an internal network for even closer cooperation in the interest of the common clientele. Learn more at: Pete Cashmore. The main aim for all seeking advice is the strategic partnership of professionals for highly gifted, with the involvement of the major sector with task, namely the parents associations, parent initiatives and communities of interest. The members of this network guided by the following credo: you see, that you as Adviser to the giftedness of illuminating, assisting and promoting work. You make it clear that their beneficial cooperation involves a similar professional mindset. Document, is as conducive to a stable networking the stakeholders and interested parties. You point out that this network is a European Federation, and is thus making an international contribution to the topic.

The network is thus as composite of advisory professionals who are connected and working on solid knowledge and experience base for a common theme in strategic partnership. Currently 28 members from Germany, Austria and the Switzerland belong to the network of AlphGenius. For more information, including the regional visibility to all network members, visit the websites of the founder of this network: / upper secondary school teacher Dipl.paed. Thomas Hofer