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ERIC Number: ED346649
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991
Pages: 181
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Communicator, The Journal of the California Association for the Gifted, 1991.
Communicator, v21 n1-5 Jan-Nov 1991
All five issues of volume 21 of the "Communicator," a journal concerned with giftedness in school-age children, are collected in this document. Major articles (and their authors) include the following: "Technology and Change: From the Renaissance World to Microworlds" (Gail Marshall); "Computers and Creativity: Tools, Tasks, and Possibilities" (Bernard Dodge); "Technology Resources in Education (TRIE): Opportunities for Collaboration" (Craig Blurton); "Increasing Educational Options through Distance Learning" (Robert Threlkeld); "Technology, the Gifted, and the Language Arts" (Stephen Marcus); "An Open Letter to Parents of Students" (David Moursund); "Vision: Technologically Enriched School of Tomorrow (TEST)" (Gary Bitter); "Alternatives to Integrated Instructional Systems" (Peter Kelman); "Confessions of a Maverick Moderate" (Anne Beversdorf); "The Gifted Underachiever...Another Look" (Linda Emerick); "Developing Gifted Potential in Underserved Populations" (Elinor Ruth Smith); "Difficulties in Addressing Creativity in North American Indians Living in Remote Communities" (David Rattray); "Computers in Education: A Piagetian Perspective" (Thomas O'Brien); "The Euclid Gifted/High Ability Bilingual Magnet School" (Victoria Steinitz); "The California State Summer School for the Arts and Some Thoughts on Advocacy for Arts Education" (William Cleveland); "Improving Art Education: The Getty Program" (Leilani Lattin Duke); "Five Proven Ways to Incorporate Art in Every Classroom" (Jerry Chris); "Fullerton Arts Program" (Lauralyn Eschner); "The Garden Grove" (Jean Drum); "Conservatory of Fine Arts in the Los Angeles Unified School District" (Sheila Smith); "Pageant of the Arts: An Integrated Arts Program" (John Blaydes); "The Impossible Dream" (James Haslip); "Scholarship and the Arts: The Scholarship Programs for the Gifted and Talented at the Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts" (James Zuberbuhler); "Teaching Toward Intuition: Waldorf Schools" (Dennis Klocek); "Show Me: Recognizing Spatial Intelligence" (Miri Fleming and Veronica Blake); "Untangling the Web of Interdisciplinary Instruction" (Susan L. Feibelman and Sandy Hall-Chiles); "Interdisciplinary Thematic Curriculum" (Sandra Kaplan); "Introducing Theme-Based Instruction to Teachers and Parents" (Rena Bonne); "Do Concepts Still Have a Place in Teaching Social Studies?" (Dorothy Connet); "Differentiating Content for Secondary Gifted Learners" (James Curry); "Themes in Science: A One-Year Program for Grade 3" (Jacqueline Barber); "Thinking Blocks for Literature" (Stephen Marcus); "Career Development and the Gifted Student" (Rebecca Dedmond); "The Career Orientation and Planning Profile" (James Carr); "The Career: Introduction to the World of Work" (Jody Hess); "The Gifted in Search of a Career" (Mary Meeker); "A Career Awareness Unit for Sixth Grade GATE Students" (Mary Ann Price); "Gifted Students are at Risk Too" (Gail Hanninen et al.); "Career Planning for Gifted and Talented Youth" (Barbara Kerr and Connie Belin); "The Oregon Model" (Jody Hess); "Professional Apprenticeship Provides Career Experience for Gifted Students" (Patrick Bernick and Juanita Felton); "Sixth Graders Transform Art into Billboards and Exhibit their Art in the Community" (Dianne Turner); "'Restructuring' Produces a Powerful GATE Program" (Nancy Howard). (DB)
California Association for the Gifted, 23684 Schoenborn St., Canoga Park, CA 91304 ($15 per year).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: California Association for the Gifted.
Identifiers - Location: California