ERIC Number: ED431287
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
Bortolussi, Vicki, Ed.
Communicator, v29 n1-4 1998
The CAG "Communicator" focuses on serving gifted students in California. This document consists of the four issues of "Communicator" issued during 1998. Featured articles include: (1) "Underachievement for Some--Dropping Out with Dignity for Others" (Sally Reis); (2) "When Gifted High School Students Fail" (Patty Bort); (3) "Choosing a College" (Cherie K. Drummond); (4) "Teaching Is Not a Profession" (Gabriel Arguilevich); (5) "They're Trading Higher Education for High Tech--But at What Cost?" (Stuart Silverstein); (6) "Kindling a Spark" (Joanne Haroutounian); (7) "Nurturing Artistic Talent in Our Children" (Marilyn Morrison); (8) "The Enchanted Mind, Creativity in the Classroom" (Diane Volz); (9) "Weaving Art and Technology into a 3-4 GATE Classroom, One Teacher's Experience" (Barbara Mohr); (10) "Existential Depression in Gifted Individuals" (James T. Webb); (11) "A Parents' Guide to Perfectionism: An Interview with Sharon Lind" (Marilyn Morrison); (12) "Recognizing and Honoring the Sensitivities of Gifted Children" (Joan Franklin Smutny); (13) "Creativity and Mental Health" (Donna Hamer); (14) "Differentiating the High School Curriculum" (Steven Kahl); (15) "Identifying and Selecting Teachers for Gifted Students" (Norman J. Mirman); (16) "Are You a Gifted Teacher?" (Judith Roseberry); (17) "The Multi-faceted Role of the Principal: A Teacher's View" (Peter Brady); (18) "Restructuring the Concept of Staff Development" (Sandra Kaplan); (19) "Professional Development Practices in Gifted Education" (Karen L. Westberg and others); and (20) "Standards for Professional Development" (National Association for Gifted Children). (CR)
Descriptors: Ability Identification, Academic Standards, Art Activities, Child Rearing, College Choice, Creativity, Depression (Psychology), Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Gifted, High Risk Students, Higher Education, Parent Child Relationship, Parent Participation, Principals, Staff Development, Talent Development, Teacher Education, Underachievement
California Association for the Gifted (CAG), 5777 W. Century Blvd., Suite 1670, Los Angeles, CA 90045; Tel: 310-215-1898; fax: 310-215-1832; e-mail: CAG Office@aol.com; Web site: http://www.CAGifted.org
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Guides - Non-Classroom; Information Analyses
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California Association for the Gifted.