ERIC Number: ED353749
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992-Nov
Reference Count: N/A
Communicator: The Journal of the California Association for the Gifted, 1992.
Communicator, v22 n1-5 Jan-Nov 1992
This document consists of the five issues of the journal issued during 1992. Articles focus on the following major topics in gifted and talented education (GATE): (1) grouping and tracking; (2) cultural diversity; (3) educational reform and cooperative learning; (4) gifted girls; and (5) young gifted children. Major articles include the following: "The Relationship of Grouping Practices to the Education of the Gifted and Talented Learner: Executive Summary" (Karen B. Rogers); "Ability Grouping Research Reviews: What Do They Say about Grouping and the Gifted?" (Susan D. Allan); "The Effects of Grouping on Gifted Students" (Barbara Clark); the National Association for Gifted Children's Policy Statement on Grouping; "Cultural Diversity in Gifted Education: A Better Chance at Succeeding" (Elinor Smith and Rosa Perez); "Around and Through Test Scores: Discovering the Gifted Hispanic Student" (Carol Kaylor); "Serving the Culturally Diverse" (Anne Bensen); position statements of the California Association for the Gifted in glossary form; "Yo Puedo: Program for Gifted Migrant Students" (Nancy Leon); "GATE: Blueprint for Educational Reform" (Valerie Terry Seaberg); "Cooperative Learning and the Academically Talented Student" (Ann Robinson); "Scapegoating the Gifted" (Linda Kreger Silverman); "Optimizing the Future for Gifted and Talented Students from Underrepresented Populations" (Deborah K. Bellflower); "How Schools Shortchange Girls: Implications for Parents and Educators of Gifted Girls" (Carolyn M. Callahan); "What It Means To Be Gifted and a Woman" (Debra Russell and Nina Alexander); "Factors Affecting the Achievement of Culturally Diverse Gifted Women" (Margie Kitano and Carol Perkins); "Living Out the Promise of High Potential: Perceptions of 100 Gifted Women" (Kathleen D. Noble); "Reverse That Pendulum: Protecting Your GATE Program in Perilous Times" (Ann Lord); "The Development of Giftedness" (Barbara Clark); "These Are Pioneering Times in Early Childhood Gifted Education" (Joan Franklin Smutny); "A Learning Center Approach to Providing a Differentiated Curriculum to Primary Students" (Sandra Kaplan); "Early Childhood Education for the Gifted: The Need for Intense Study and Observation" (Maurice D. Fisher); "Nurturing Giftedness in Young Children" (Wendy C. Roedell); and "An Analysis of the Research on Ability Grouping: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives..Executive Summary" (James A. Kulik). (DB)
Descriptors: Ability Grouping, Ability Identification, Academically Gifted, Cooperative Learning, Cultural Differences, Early Childhood Education, Educational Change, Elementary Secondary Education, Females, Grouping (Instructional Purposes), Hispanic Americans, Learning Centers (Classroom), Migrant Education, Multicultural Education, Retrenchment, Special Programs, Talent, Teaching Methods
California Association for the Gifted, 23684 Schoenborn St., Canoga Park, CA 91304 ($15 annual subscription).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California Association for the Gifted.
Note: For volume 21 of Communicator, see ED 346 649. Issued 5 times a year.