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ERIC Number: ED433657
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 123
Abstractor: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-1071-605X
Imagine...Opportunities and Resources for Academically Talented Youth, 1995-1996.
Hellerman, Susan B., Ed.
Imagine, v3 n1-5 Sep 1995-Jun 1996
This document consists of the five consecutive issues of the journal "Imagine..." published during volume year 3. Typical journal articles cover teaching academically talented secondary students in the following focus areas: (1) learning anywhere and everywhere; (2) accessing distance learning; (3) developing talent in the arts; (4) considering magnet schools and early college entrance; and (5) pursuing writing opportunities. Sample articles include: "Designing Your Own Education"; "Putting Together the Pieces" (Megan Moore); "Parents Can Help Meet Their Children's Intellectual Needs without Taking Away Their Childhood" (Barbara Rasmussen); "The Homeschooling Lifestyle" (Vivian Bush); "Homeschooling at Snowy Fields Farm" (Susan and Pegi Ficken); "'It's Academic!' What Being on a Quiz Bowl Team Has Done for Me" (Atish Choudhury); "Veritas?" (Megan Moore); "Accessing Distance Learning: Whatever, Whenever, Wherever You Want"; "The Pedagogical Promise of Computer-Based Education" (Raymond Ravaglia); "Exploring Career Options: Choosing Your Lifework" (Carol Blackburn); "Exploring Career Options: Focus on Writing" (Lesley Mackay); "A Palette of Many Colors: Brightening Your Life with Training in the Arts"; "Music: A Bridge between Two Worlds?" (Wayne Parker); "Language, Music, Mathematics, and the Brain" (Carol Blackburn); "Special Schools for Intellectually Talented Adolescents" (Julian C. Stanley); "I Was a Teenage Magnet Student" (Atish Choudhury); "Early College Entrance: No Regrets" (Alexander I. Saeed); "Early College Entrance: Is It Right for You?" (Linda E. Brody and Julian C. Stanley); "Life in the Too-Fast Lane" (Keetje J. Kuipers); "Overheard at the Finalists' Exhibition: 55th Annual Westinghouse Science Talent Search" (Carol Blackburn); "Exploring Career Options: Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Exhibit Design: Interview with The Portico Group" (Carol Blackburn); "Your Words in Print" (Susan Hellerman); "The Talent Trap" (Stephanie Davis); "The Poet as Scavenger, Alchemist, and Agent" (A. V. Christie); "An Issue in the Life of the Hopkins Razor" (Elisa Beller, Nick Nash, Cara Gitlin, Lauren Pistell); "Destination: Publication" (Sara Yamaka); "A Summer at Spare Change" (Christopher Amar); and "Exploring Career Options: Biological Research Using Molecular Biological Approaches,""Focus on Biological Research: Interview with Corey Goodman: Developmental Neurobiologist," and "Focus on Biological Research: Interview with Bert Vogelstein: Oncologist" (Carol Blackburn). (LC)
Journals Publishing Division, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2715 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218-4319; Tel: 800-548-1784 (Toll Free); Tel: 410-516-6945; Fax: 410-516-6968 ($30 per year, $5 back issues).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Johns Hopkins Univ., Baltimore, MD. Center for Talented Youth.