ERIC Number: ED437769
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999
Reference Count: N/A
Gosfield, Margaret, Ed.
Communicator: California Association for the Gifted (CAG), v30 n1-4 Win-Fall 1999
These four 1999 issues of the "Communicator" address reading needs of gifted children, middle schools, parenting the gifted, and the needs of young gifted children. Featured articles include: (1) "Academic Advocacy for the Forgotten Readers--Gifted and Advanced Learners" (Reading Task Force of the California Association for the Gifted); (2) "Creating Lifetime Readers: Parents Can Make a Difference" (Jody Fickes Shapiro); (3) "Meeting the Needs of Highly Able Children" (Cindy Dooley); (4) "Reading with Young Children" (Nancy Ewald Jackson and Cathy M. Roller); (5) "Scratched Heads and Guffaws" (Bruce Balan); (7) "What Do You Mean Gifted Kids Can't Read?" (Elaine Weiner): (8) "The Gift of Poetry in the Classroom" (Julia Candace Corliss); (9) "Engaging Students in Reading" (Peggy Buzanski); (10) "Gifted Readers and Reading Instruction" (David Levande); (11) "Curriculum To Promote Advanced Reading"; (12) "This We Believe: Philosophy of National Middle School Association Supports Gifted Learners: Does Practice Measure Up?" (Commuter Staff); (13) "Teaching Kids to Care: Character Development and the Middle School Student" (James R. Delisle); (14) "What Parents Want To Know about Gifted Middle School Students and Aren't Afraid To Ask" (Linda Brug); (15) "Addressing the Needs of Middle Grade Gifted Students" (Evelyn Hiatt); (16) "Middle School: The Balancing Act" (Elinor Ruth Smith); (17) "Social Development or Socialization" (Linda Kreger Silverman); (18) "The Middle Years Program for International Baccalaureate" (Barbara Lateer); (19) "Dilemmas in Talent Development in Middle Grades: Two Views" (Margaret Gosfield); (20) "Using Portfolios Effectively in Middle School" (Debra Johnson); (20) "Dilemmas in Talent Development in Middle Grades: Two Views" (Margaret Gosfield); (21) "'Pushy Parents.' Bad Rap or Necessary Role?" (Arlene R. Devries); (22) "Parenting for the New Millennium" (Barry Ziff); (23) "Living Successfully with Your Gifted Youngster" (Judith Roseberry); (24) "Labeling: To Tell or Not To Tell" (Paul Plowman); (25) "What Parents Need to Know about Curriculum Differentiation" (Kathleen Patterson); (26) "School to Work" (Louise Stevens); (27) "Creative Ways To Identify Talent in Your K-3 Classroom" (Joan Franklin Smutny); (28) "Understanding and Encouraging Young Gifted Children: Social and Emotional Issues" (Elizabeth Meckstroth); (29)"Brain Development and the Importance of Early Stimulation" (Barbara Clark); (30) "Advocating for Young Gifted Children at School" (Sally Y. Walker); (31) "Portfolios: Documenting the Needs of Young Gifted Learners" (Bertie Kingore); and (32) "Music Education for the Young Gifted" (Kayleen Asbo). Each issue includes curriculum ideas and book reviews. (CR)
Descriptors: Ability Identification, Advocacy, Book Reviews, Child Rearing, Curriculum, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Gifted, International Baccalaureate, Labeling (of Persons), Middle Schools, Moral Development, Music Education, Parent Child Relationship, Parent Participation, Parent School Relationship, Parenting Skills, Poetry, Portfolio Assessment, Preschool Education, Reading Instruction, Reading Strategies, Social Development, Talent Development
California Association for the Gifted, 5777 W. Century Blvd., Suite 1670, Los Angeles, CA 90045. (subscription $25 per year). Tel: 650-965-0653; e-mail: CAG Office@aol.com; Web site: http://www.CAGifted.org.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California Association for the Gifted.