ERIC Number: ED437786
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999
Reference Count: N/A
Cannon, Michael, Ed.
Tempo, v19 n1-4 Win-Fall 1999
This document consists of the four issues of "Tempo," the newsletter of the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented (TAGT), published during 1999. Each issue focuses on a specific theme, including distinguished achievement programs, Hispanic issues in gifted education, creativity, and gifted children in the new millennium. Articles include: "Distinguished Achievement Programs: What Does Research Say?" (Susan Johnsen); Depth and Complexity at the Secondary Level" (Evelyn Hiatt); "Whiz Kids: The Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science" (Nancy Kolsti); "Creating Nations, Learning Diplomacy" (Todd Martin); "G/T Seminars: Enrichment, Extensions, Networking" (Cynthia Specia Shade); "Independent Boarding Schools: An Educational Alternative" (Patsy Kumekawa); "SAEGAR Workshop: Advanced Language Arts & Reading for Junior High" (Gayle Roome and Donna Cole); "The WAVE that's Changing the Tide: An Intermediate Magnet Program" (Candace Silcott and Melinda Wycoff); and "Reaping the Benefits of International Baccalaureate" (Lynn Crawford and Karen Phillips); "TEACHING Up to the Needs of the Gifted English Language Learners" (Sandra Kaplan); "Early Entry College Experiences from the Perspective of Gifted Hispanic Students" (Donna Fleming and others); "Maximizing High Potential in Hispanic Students" (Dorothy Sisk); "A Different Approach to Creativity Enhancement" (Jane Piirto); "The Complexity of Creativity" (Shirley Porter); "Using CPAM--The Creative Product Analysis Matrix" (Mary Nied Phillips); "What the Research Says about Creativity" (Susan Johnsen); "Successful Intelligence and the Gifted" (Robert J. Sternberg); "The Role of Authentic Learning in Developing Gifts and Talents: A How-To Guide" (Joseph S. Renzulli); "Toward the Next Generation of Programming for Talent Development (Donald J. Treffinger and others); "Creative Ways To Identify Young Gifted Children" (Joan Franklin Smutny); "Looking for Needles in a Haystack: Disadvantaged Gifted" (Mary Caubel and others); and "Researchers' Reflections on the Field of Gifted Education: Issues for the New Millennium" (Susan Johnsen). (Articles contain references.) (CR)
Descriptors: Ability Identification, Creativity, Cultural Differences, Elementary Secondary Education, Gifted, Hispanic Americans, International Baccalaureate, Language Minorities, Magnet Schools, Mathematics Education, Minority Group Children, Preschool Education, Residential Schools, Science Education, Special Programs, Special Schools, Student Development, Talent, Talent Development, Young Children
Texas Association for the Gifted And Talented (TAGT), 406 East 11th St., Suite 310, Austin, TX 78701-2617. Tel: 512-499-8248; Fax: 512-499-8264; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ($25 per year).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Guides - Non-Classroom; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented, Austin.
Identifiers - Location: Texas