ERIC Number: ED432077
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: 0
Understanding Our Gifted, 1998.
Goodman, Laura, Ed.
Understanding Our Gifted, v10 n1-4 Fall 1997-Sum 1998
This document consists of the four quarterly issues of the journal "Understanding Our gifted" published during 1998. Each issue of the journal generally has a single theme in the education of gifted and talented children around which all the articles are focused. The themes of these four issues are, respectively, "Educational Options,""Intelligence Revisited,""Asynchrony," and "Curriculum". Major articles are: "Unraveling a Mystery of Modern Schooling" (John Taylor Gatto); "School for Gifted Students: Refuge or Reformatory" (F. Richard Olenchak); "Educating for Identity: Developmental Attention and Personalized Learning at Roeper School" (Lorene Porter); "A Public School Option" (Abigail Marshall); "University School at the University of Tulsa" (Pat Hollingsworth); "The Center for Education Enrichment: Providing a Model for Supplemented Homeschooling" (Marlo Rice and Annette Revel); "Getting Your Child the Right Education: Tips for Effective Advocacy" (Hope Sargeant); "Issues in Assessing the Highly Gifted" (Miraca U. M. Gross); "Assessing Gifted Children" (Julia Osborn); "The Nature of Intelligence" (Barbara Carroll); "A Boy, an Island and His Journey" (Neal Brodsky); "Creative Ventures...Thinking about Thinking, Creatively: Using Quotations with Gifted Students" (Jerry Flack); "The Balance Uneasy: Asynchronous Development in Gifted Children" (Younghee M. Kim and LeoNora M. Cohen); "Asynchrony Personified" (Laura Goodman); "Asynchrony and the Gifted" (Jane Piirto); "Giftedness: The Asynchrony Syndrome" (Michael Rios); "Carousel...Does One Size Ever Fit All? A Case for Individualizing Curricula for Gifted and Talented Students" (F. Richard Olenchak); "Curricular Intervention for Gifted: Keys to Design" (Carole Ruth Harris); "Teaching and Learning for Academic Survivability" (Jay A. McIntire and Jonathon A. Plucker); "Problem-Based Learning and Gifted Students" (Jill Burruss); "Carousel...Perforating the Myth: Gifted Education Is Elitist" (Hope Sargeant); "Above and Beyond...Advocating for the Curriculum Needs of Gifted Students" (Susan Winebrenner); and "Gifted CDs: The Best Titles for Your Children" (Gregory C. Pattridge). (DB)
Descriptors: Curriculum, Elementary Secondary Education, Gifted, Intelligence, School Choice, Special Schools, Student Development, Student Evaluation, Student Needs, Talent
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Note: For 1997 issues, see EC 307 278.