ERIC Number: ED385092
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: 0
Understanding Our Gifted. 1994-95.
Knopper, Dorothy, Ed.
Understanding Our Gifted, v7 n1-6 1994-95
These six newsletter issues include special features on: (1) the spectrum of giftedness; (2) technology; (3) recognizing gifted young children; (4) secondary gifted students; (5) exploring creativity; and (6) mutual education. Examples of articles are: "Six Steps to Academic Damage Control: Beginning the Climb toward Higher Standards" (Linda Mucha); "Breaking the Barriers: An Odyssey for Change" (Julie Gonzales); "Software Challenges for the Gifted" (Gregory C. Pattridge); "Surfing the Net" (Sandra Berger); "Portfolios for Young Children" (Bertie Kingore); "Early Gifts, Early School Recognition" (Joan Franklin Smutny); "Creating Positive Learning Environments" (Beverly D. Shaklee); "Talent Development as the Alternative in High School Programs" (John F. Feldhusen); "Adolescents and the Arts: Talent Development through the National Standards" (Ann Robinson and Leslie Dudley Corbell); "Creativity as Passionate Commitment" (Jerry Flack); "New Dimensions in Creativity" (Mark A. Runco); "Creative Problem Solving" (Donald J. Treffinger); "Paradoxes of Creativity" (LeoNora M. Cohen); and "Being a Writer" (Tiffany King). Issues also typically include columns on teaching tactics, parenting, Internet resources, and other resources. (DB)
Descriptors: Ability Identification, Child Rearing, Computer Software, Cooperative Learning, Creativity, Educational Practices, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Gifted, Information Sources, Preschool Education, Student Development, Talent, Talent Identification
Open Space Communications, Inc., P.O. Box 18268, Boulder, CO 80308-8268 ($35 annual subscription; $8 single copy).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Guides - Non-Classroom
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