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101 back numbers, only $5.00 each, dealing with questions like:

Why Should I Have My Child Tested?

Identification of Gifted Hispanic Students

Do Gifted Children Develop Normally?

Books For Gifted Girls

Learning How New Teachers Relate to Academic Diversity in Mixed Ability Classrooms

Media Portrayals of Educators

A Framework for Integrating Art and Science

Questions For Your Child’s School, A Guide for Parents Who Value Learning

Gifted But Learning Disabled: A Puzzling Paradox

101 issues with articles by distinguished practitioners in the field of Gifted Education.

Authors include:

Susan Baum, Jerry Chris, Susan T. Dinnocenti, Shelagh Gallagher, Frances A. Karnes, Thomas Milton Kemnitz, Ronald Marquardt , Stephen Schroeder-Davis, Jeffrey T. Stroebel, Linda Kreger Silverman, Del Siegle, Joyce Van Tassel-Baska, Michael Clay Thompson, Carol Ann Tomlinson, James T. Webb.

101 back numbers, only $5.00 each, dealing with questions like:

Why Should I Have My Child Tested?

Identification of Gifted Hispanic Students

Do Gifted Children Develop Normally?

Books For Gifted Girls

Learning How New Teachers Relate to Academic Diversity in Mixed Ability Classrooms

Media Portrayals of Educators

A Framework for Integrating Art and Science

Questions For Your Child’s School, A Guide for Parents Who Value Learning

Gifted But Learning Disabled: A Puzzling Paradox

101 issues with articles by distinguished practitioners in the field of Gifted Education.

Authors include:

Susan Baum, Jerry Chris, Susan T. Dinnocenti, Shelagh Gallagher, Frances A. Karnes, Thomas Milton Kemnitz, Ronald Marquardt , Stephen Schroeder-Davis, Jeffrey T. Stroebel, Linda Kreger Silverman, Del Siegle, Joyce Van Tassel-Baska, Michael Clay Thompson, Carol Ann Tomlinson, James T. Webb.

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Our Gifted Children Magazine: Initial Issue May 1991

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Math; Ethics

Order code: OGCO1

Price: $5.00

How to Recognize and Develop the Special Talent of Creativity in Your Child
By Dorothy Sisk

Teaching Ethics to Children
By Joe Hester

Should I Teach my Gifted Child to Fight Back?
By Dr Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Why the Concept of Giftedness is Important
By Dr Thomas Milton Kemnitz

The Gifted Family
By Gil Caudill

Inductive and Deductive Thinking
By Stuart Dods

The History of Childhood
By Jack Reber

Developing Your Young Gifted Child's Math Concepts
By Dr Claire Lavin and Dr Rosalind Rothman

How to Recognize and Develop the Special Talent of Creativity in Your Child
By Dorothy Sisk

Teaching Ethics to Children
By Joe Hester

Should I Teach my Gifted Child to Fight Back?
By Dr Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Why the Concept of Giftedness is Important
By Dr Thomas Milton Kemnitz

The Gifted Family
By Gil Caudill

Inductive and Deductive Thinking
By Stuart Dods

The History of Childhood
By Jack Reber

Developing Your Young Gifted Child's Math Concepts
By Dr Claire Lavin and Dr Rosalind Rothman

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 2, June 1991

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Testing

Order code: OGC02

Price: $5.00

TESTING

Our Gifted Children Gives The Nation A Failing Grade In Education
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Educational Testing: The Work of John Raven
By John Raven

Thoughts About A Winning “OM” Team, “Cooperative” Vis-à-vis Cooperative Learning, and Gifted and Talented Students
By Peggy Drake

Colonial Schools
By Jack Reber

Physical Education
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

The National Association For Gifted Children Looks To The Future
By Peter D. Rosenstein

Children Are Natural Thinkers
By Joseph P. Hester, Ph.D.


TESTING

Our Gifted Children Gives The Nation A Failing Grade In Education
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Educational Testing: The Work of John Raven
By John Raven

Thoughts About A Winning “OM” Team, “Cooperative” Vis-à-vis Cooperative Learning, and Gifted and Talented Students
By Peggy Drake

Colonial Schools
By Jack Reber

Physical Education
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

The National Association For Gifted Children Looks To The Future
By Peter D. Rosenstein

Children Are Natural Thinkers
By Joseph P. Hester, Ph.D.


Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 3, July 1991

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Thinking Skills; Teaching

Order code: OGC03

Price: $5.00

TEACHING

WHAT THE MIND CAN VISUALIZE THE TEACHER MUST NOT TEACH

Methods Of Thinking
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

David’s Infinite Descendants: A Window Into Gifted Consciousness
By Michael Clay Thompson

First Year Out, Notes From A Novice Parent
By Sarah E. Redfield

Does Your Gifted Child Control You?
By Dr. Norman Isaacson


TEACHING

WHAT THE MIND CAN VISUALIZE THE TEACHER MUST NOT TEACH

Methods Of Thinking
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

David’s Infinite Descendants: A Window Into Gifted Consciousness
By Michael Clay Thompson

First Year Out, Notes From A Novice Parent
By Sarah E. Redfield

Does Your Gifted Child Control You?
By Dr. Norman Isaacson


Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 4. August 1991

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Fundraising

Order code: OGC04

Price: $5.00

Captain Of The Titanic Award
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Thinking In Transition
By Joseph P. Hester, Ph.D.

Fundraising
By Myrna Kemnitz

One-Room Schoolhouses: The Nineteenth Century
By Jack Reber


Captain Of The Titanic Award
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Thinking In Transition
By Joseph P. Hester, Ph.D.

Fundraising
By Myrna Kemnitz

One-Room Schoolhouses: The Nineteenth Century
By Jack Reber


Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 5, September 1991

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC05

Price: $5.00

DEVELOPING GIFTED CHILDREN 1

Where Do Gifted Children Come From
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Nurturing Gifts And Talents In Our Children: Our Hope For Tomorrow
By Dorothy A. Sisk

“More Of The Same” A Practice Destined For Extinction
By Linda Mucha

A History Of Childhood: The Nineteenth Century Schoolhouse
By Jack Reber

We Can All Be Gifted Tomorrow
By Gil Caudill

DEVELOPING GIFTED CHILDREN 1

Where Do Gifted Children Come From
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Nurturing Gifts And Talents In Our Children: Our Hope For Tomorrow
By Dorothy A. Sisk

“More Of The Same” A Practice Destined For Extinction
By Linda Mucha

A History Of Childhood: The Nineteenth Century Schoolhouse
By Jack Reber

We Can All Be Gifted Tomorrow
By Gil Caudill

Our Gifted Children Magazine. Volume 6, October 1991

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC06

Price: $5.00

DEVELOPING GIFTED CHILDREN II

Identity: The First Discovery
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Homes Need More Heroes
By Dr. Dennis Denenberg

DEVELOPING GIFTED CHILDREN II

Identity: The First Discovery
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Homes Need More Heroes
By Dr. Dennis Denenberg

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 7, November 1991

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Identification of Gifted

Order code: OGC07

Price: $5.00

PROVIDING FOR THE INTELLECTUAL GROWTH OF GIFTED CHILDREN

Identification
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Nineteenth Century City Schools
By Jack Reber

PROVIDING FOR THE INTELLECTUAL GROWTH OF GIFTED CHILDREN

Identification
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Nineteenth Century City Schools
By Jack Reber

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 8, December 1991

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC08

Price: $5.00

UNDERMINING GIFTEDNESS IN MIDDLE SCHOOL

Forces That Destroy Giftedness In The Middle School
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Steven: The Enchanted Underachiever
By Michael Clay Thompson

Catch The W.A.V.E.S.
By Susan Gordon

UNDERMINING GIFTEDNESS IN MIDDLE SCHOOL

Forces That Destroy Giftedness In The Middle School
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Steven: The Enchanted Underachiever
By Michael Clay Thompson

Catch The W.A.V.E.S.
By Susan Gordon

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 9, May 1993

Author:

Subjects: African-American; Gifted Education; Diversity

Order code: OGC09

Price: $5.00

UNDERMINING THE BLACK GIFTED CHILD

Undermining The Black Gifted Child
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Gifted Education and African-American Children: observations, Perceptions and Dreams
By Kenneth T. Dickson

The Vanguard, or, The Day I Met President Roosevelt
By Michael Clay Thompson

UNDERMINING THE BLACK GIFTED CHILD

Undermining The Black Gifted Child
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Gifted Education and African-American Children: observations, Perceptions and Dreams
By Kenneth T. Dickson

The Vanguard, or, The Day I Met President Roosevelt
By Michael Clay Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 10, October 1993

Author:

Subjects: Creative Problem Solving; Gifted Education/Curriculum

Order code: OGC10

Price: $5.00

CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING & INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

The Presentation and Content of Curriculum
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Our Accidental Findings
By Dr. Chieh Li & Doris Shallcross

CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING & INDEPENDENT PROJECTS

The Presentation and Content of Curriculum
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Our Accidental Findings
By Dr. Chieh Li & Doris Shallcross

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 11, August 1994

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OCG11

Price: $5.00

Volume 11, August 1994
QUESTIONS IN THE CLASSROOM

Editor’s Reflections
By Michael C. Thompson

Questions In The Classroom, Part One
By Michael C. Thompson

An Original Contribution To Knowledge
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Whole Language, or Dick and Jane?
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Cooperative Playing: A Modest Proposal
By Jonathon Fwits

Volume 11, August 1994
QUESTIONS IN THE CLASSROOM

Editor’s Reflections
By Michael C. Thompson

Questions In The Classroom, Part One
By Michael C. Thompson

An Original Contribution To Knowledge
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Whole Language, or Dick and Jane?
By Thomas Milton Kemnitz

Cooperative Playing: A Modest Proposal
By Jonathon Fwits

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 12, October 1994

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC12

Price: $5.00

CRISES IN AMERICAN EDUCATION

The Other Crisis In American Education, Part One
By Daniel J. Singal

Whole Math
By Jonathon Fwits

Questions In the Classroom, Part Two
By Michael C. Thompson

It’s No Guff
By Michael C. Thompson

CRISES IN AMERICAN EDUCATION

The Other Crisis In American Education, Part One
By Daniel J. Singal

Whole Math
By Jonathon Fwits

Questions In the Classroom, Part Two
By Michael C. Thompson

It’s No Guff
By Michael C. Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 13, November 1994

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC13

Price: $5.00

WAYS TO ASSURE SUCCESS FOR YOUR GIFTED CHILD

Editor’s Reflections
By Michael C. Thompson

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children
By Jerry Chris

The Other Crisis In American Education, Part Two
By Daniel Singal

Comparison of Inverse Standard Deviations and Means of MANOVAs In ANOVAs of Correlation Coefficients Relating To Post Traumatic Gifted Syndrome In Flibbertigibbets, Simplified
By Jonathan Fwits

Questions In The Classroom, Part Three
By Michael C. Thompson

WAYS TO ASSURE SUCCESS FOR YOUR GIFTED CHILD

Editor’s Reflections
By Michael C. Thompson

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children
By Jerry Chris

The Other Crisis In American Education, Part Two
By Daniel Singal

Comparison of Inverse Standard Deviations and Means of MANOVAs In ANOVAs of Correlation Coefficients Relating To Post Traumatic Gifted Syndrome In Flibbertigibbets, Simplified
By Jonathan Fwits

Questions In The Classroom, Part Three
By Michael C. Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 14, December 1994

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Diversity

Order code: OGC14

Price: $5.00

THE IDENTIFICATION OF HISPANIC GIFTED STUDENTS

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Part Two
By Jerry Chris

Lessons Learned At An English Reunion
By Thomas M. Kemnitz

Identification of Gifted Hispanic Students
By Myriam Borges Thompson

The Brain Is Its Own Curriculum
By Jonathan Fwits

An Open Letter To NAGC
By Sarah E. Redfield

THE IDENTIFICATION OF HISPANIC GIFTED STUDENTS

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Part Two
By Jerry Chris

Lessons Learned At An English Reunion
By Thomas M. Kemnitz

Identification of Gifted Hispanic Students
By Myriam Borges Thompson

The Brain Is Its Own Curriculum
By Jonathan Fwits

An Open Letter To NAGC
By Sarah E. Redfield

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 15, January 1995

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC15

Price: $5.00

DO GIFTED CHILDREN DEVELOP NORMALLY?

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Part Three
By Jerry Chris

One Pack of Pencils, And A Whole Case of Indifference
By Michael C. Thompson

Profiles In Giftedness:  Isaac Newton
By Michael C. Thompson

Do Gifted Children Develop Normally?
By Michael C. Thompson

Everyone Is Gifted In Their Own Way
By Jonathan Fwits

DO GIFTED CHILDREN DEVELOP NORMALLY?

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Part Three
By Jerry Chris

One Pack of Pencils, And A Whole Case of Indifference
By Michael C. Thompson

Profiles In Giftedness:  Isaac Newton
By Michael C. Thompson

Do Gifted Children Develop Normally?
By Michael C. Thompson

Everyone Is Gifted In Their Own Way
By Jonathan Fwits

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 16, February 1995

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC16

Price: $5.00

SHOULD GIFTED CHILDREN BE ACCELERATED?

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Part Four
By Jerry Chris

Should Gifted Students Be Grade-Advanced?
By Sharon Lynch

David’s Infinite Descendants
By Michael C. Thompson

Promotion-Shmoshion
By Jonathan Fwits

SHOULD GIFTED CHILDREN BE ACCELERATED?

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Part Four
By Jerry Chris

Should Gifted Students Be Grade-Advanced?
By Sharon Lynch

David’s Infinite Descendants
By Michael C. Thompson

Promotion-Shmoshion
By Jonathan Fwits

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 17, March 1995

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Underachievers

Order code: OGC17

Price: $5.00

IS GIFTED EDUCATION ELITIST?

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Part Five
By Jerry Chris

The Deconstruction of American Education
By William G. Durden

A Gifted Underachiever
By Susan L. Puckett

The Promise of Peer Nomination
By Caroline M. Cunningham, Carolyn M. Callahan, S. Christopher Roberson, Arlene Rapkin

Coercive Egalitarianism, Part One
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

IS GIFTED EDUCATION ELITIST?

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Part Five
By Jerry Chris

The Deconstruction of American Education
By William G. Durden

A Gifted Underachiever
By Susan L. Puckett

The Promise of Peer Nomination
By Caroline M. Cunningham, Carolyn M. Callahan, S. Christopher Roberson, Arlene Rapkin

Coercive Egalitarianism, Part One
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 18, January 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC18

Price: $5.00

TROUBLE IN THE LAND, HARD TIMES AHEAD FOR GIFTED EDUCATION

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Part Six
By Jerry Chris

Identifying Traditionally Under-represented Children For Gifted Programs
By Dennis Saccuzzo and Nancy Johnson

Profiles In Giftedness: George Eliot
By Michael C. Thompson

With Malice Toward Some
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

TROUBLE IN THE LAND, HARD TIMES AHEAD FOR GIFTED EDUCATION

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Part Six
By Jerry Chris

Identifying Traditionally Under-represented Children For Gifted Programs
By Dennis Saccuzzo and Nancy Johnson

Profiles In Giftedness: George Eliot
By Michael C. Thompson

With Malice Toward Some
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 19, February 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Gender Issues; Education of girls

Order code: OGC19

Price: $5.00

GIFTED GIRLS

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Conclusion
By Jerry Chris

Gender Differences Between Student & Teacher Perceptions of Ability and Effort
By Del Siegle and Sally M. Reis

Books For Gifted Girls
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Why You Should Buy Your Daughter A Sewing Machine
By Dana Johnson

GIFTED GIRLS

Ways To Assure Success For Your Gifted Children, Conclusion
By Jerry Chris

Gender Differences Between Student & Teacher Perceptions of Ability and Effort
By Del Siegle and Sally M. Reis

Books For Gifted Girls
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Why You Should Buy Your Daughter A Sewing Machine
By Dana Johnson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 20, March 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC20

Price: $5.00

TEACH YOUR CHILDREN WELL

The Art of Teaching
By Michael C. Thompson

Teach The Bloomin’ Grammar
By Michael C. Thompson

Motivating Students, The Strong Force of Curriculum Compacting
By Heather Allenback

TEACH YOUR CHILDREN WELL

The Art of Teaching
By Michael C. Thompson

Teach The Bloomin’ Grammar
By Michael C. Thompson

Motivating Students, The Strong Force of Curriculum Compacting
By Heather Allenback

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 21, April 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC21

Price: $5.00

RIGOR

Rigor or Mortis?
By Michael C. Thompson

The Rigor of Foreign Language Study
By Michael C. Thompson and Myriam B. Thompson

Gulliver’s Research
By Jonathan Fwits

RIGOR

Rigor or Mortis?
By Michael C. Thompson

The Rigor of Foreign Language Study
By Michael C. Thompson and Myriam B. Thompson

Gulliver’s Research
By Jonathan Fwits

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 22, May 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC22

Price: $5.00

DIFFERENTIATION

Editor’s Reflections:  Differentiation
By Michael C. Thompson

Gifted Education or, The Pleasure of Self-Disintegration
By Jonathan Fwits

DIFFERENTIATION

Editor’s Reflections:  Differentiation
By Michael C. Thompson

Gifted Education or, The Pleasure of Self-Disintegration
By Jonathan Fwits

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 23, June 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC23

Price: $5.00

SELF CONCEPT

Editor’s Reflections:  Self, What a Concept
By Michael C. Thompson

Still S.E.A.R.C.H.I.N.G
By Julie D. Swanson

The Strange Case of The Bermuda Quadrangle
By Jonathan Fwits

Giftedness and Egalitarianism?
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

SELF CONCEPT

Editor’s Reflections:  Self, What a Concept
By Michael C. Thompson

Still S.E.A.R.C.H.I.N.G
By Julie D. Swanson

The Strange Case of The Bermuda Quadrangle
By Jonathan Fwits

Giftedness and Egalitarianism?
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 24, July 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC24

Price: $5.00

CHOICE

Editor’s Reflections: Choice
By Michael C. Thompson

Independent Study Mentorship: A Choice Tailormade for Today’s Students
By Margie B. Irwin

Gifted and Egalitarianism Part 2
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

CHOICE

Editor’s Reflections: Choice
By Michael C. Thompson

Independent Study Mentorship: A Choice Tailormade for Today’s Students
By Margie B. Irwin

Gifted and Egalitarianism Part 2
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 25, August 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC25

Price: $5.00

LITERARY REASONING

Editor’s Reflections: In Memory of A. Harry Passow
By Michael C. Thompson

Learning How New Teachers Relate to Academic Diversity in Mixed Ability Classrooms
By Carol Ann Tomlinson

Athletic Hegemony Must Be Challenged
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

LITERARY REASONING

Editor’s Reflections: In Memory of A. Harry Passow
By Michael C. Thompson

Learning How New Teachers Relate to Academic Diversity in Mixed Ability Classrooms
By Carol Ann Tomlinson

Athletic Hegemony Must Be Challenged
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 26, September 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC26

Price: $5.00

HAVE AMERICAN SCHOOLS ABROGATED THEIR ACADEMIC MISSION?

Editor’s Reflections: A Matter of Mission
By Michael C. Thompson

Valuing, Identifying, Cultivating, and Rewarding Talents of Students from Special Populations
By Davis St. Jean

My Occupational Identify Crisis
By Sam Frandino

A Play Is Not A Novel
By Sam Frandino

Have American Schools Abrogated Their Academic Mission?
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

HAVE AMERICAN SCHOOLS ABROGATED THEIR ACADEMIC MISSION?

Editor’s Reflections: A Matter of Mission
By Michael C. Thompson

Valuing, Identifying, Cultivating, and Rewarding Talents of Students from Special Populations
By Davis St. Jean

My Occupational Identify Crisis
By Sam Frandino

A Play Is Not A Novel
By Sam Frandino

Have American Schools Abrogated Their Academic Mission?
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 27, October 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Drama

Order code: OGC27

Price: $5.00

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Editor’s Reflections: Middle School
By Michael C. Thompson

Total School Cluster Grouping: An Investigation of Achievement and Identification of Elementary School Students
By Marcia Gentry

Naïve Enough To Try: Using Theatre in the Middle School Classroom
By Sam Frandino

Beyond The Classroom: The Failure of School Reform
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

On The Changing Conceptions of Noses
By Jonathan Fwits

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Editor’s Reflections: Middle School
By Michael C. Thompson

Total School Cluster Grouping: An Investigation of Achievement and Identification of Elementary School Students
By Marcia Gentry

Naïve Enough To Try: Using Theatre in the Middle School Classroom
By Sam Frandino

Beyond The Classroom: The Failure of School Reform
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

On The Changing Conceptions of Noses
By Jonathan Fwits

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 28, November 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC28

Price: $5.00

HAVE WE ABANDONDED GROUPING?

Editor’s Reflections: Grouping
By Michael C. Thompson

Extending The Pedagogy of Gifted Education to All Students
By Sally M. Reis, Marcia Gentry, Sunghee Park

The Evolution of Imagery
By Sam Frandino

Beyond The Classroom: The Failure of School Reform Part II
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

HAVE WE ABANDONDED GROUPING?

Editor’s Reflections: Grouping
By Michael C. Thompson

Extending The Pedagogy of Gifted Education to All Students
By Sally M. Reis, Marcia Gentry, Sunghee Park

The Evolution of Imagery
By Sam Frandino

Beyond The Classroom: The Failure of School Reform Part II
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 29, December 1996

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Intuitive Thinking

Order code: OGC29

Price: $5.00

INTUITION

Editor’s Reflections: Intuition
By Michael C. Thompson

How Teachers Nurture the Intuitive Abilities of Their Students Part 1
By William D. Keilty, Ed.D.

Dealing With Inclusion
By Jorj Eliot

Art in the Classroom
By Sam Frandino

Media Portrayals of Educators
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

INTUITION

Editor’s Reflections: Intuition
By Michael C. Thompson

How Teachers Nurture the Intuitive Abilities of Their Students Part 1
By William D. Keilty, Ed.D.

Dealing With Inclusion
By Jorj Eliot

Art in the Classroom
By Sam Frandino

Media Portrayals of Educators
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 30, January 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Intuitive Thinking; Leadership

Order code: OGC30

Price: $5.00

LEADERSHIP

Editor’s Reflections: Leadership
By Michael C. Thompson

How Teachers Nurture the Intuitive Abilities of Their Students, Part 2
By William D. Keilty, Ed.D.

A Framework for Integrating Art and Science
By Sam Frandino

Leadership In Schools
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

LEADERSHIP

Editor’s Reflections: Leadership
By Michael C. Thompson

How Teachers Nurture the Intuitive Abilities of Their Students, Part 2
By William D. Keilty, Ed.D.

A Framework for Integrating Art and Science
By Sam Frandino

Leadership In Schools
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 32, March 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC31

Price: $5.00

CARL SAGAN: A GIFTED LIFE

Editor’s Reflections: Carl Sagan
By Michael C. Thompson

Stand In Their Shoes
By William Keilty, Ed.D.

Creating Images
By Sam Frandino

DIS-ing Ability
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

CARL SAGAN: A GIFTED LIFE

Editor’s Reflections: Carl Sagan
By Michael C. Thompson

Stand In Their Shoes
By William Keilty, Ed.D.

Creating Images
By Sam Frandino

DIS-ing Ability
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 31, February 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Leadership; Problem Solving

Order code: OGC31

Price: $5.00

PROBLEM SOLVING

Editor’s Reflections: Problem-Solving
By Michael C. Thompson

Why Pre-Write?
By Sam Frandino

Leadership In Schools, Part 2
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

PROBLEM SOLVING

Editor’s Reflections: Problem-Solving
By Michael C. Thompson

Why Pre-Write?
By Sam Frandino

Leadership In Schools, Part 2
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 33, April 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC33

Price: $5.00

CLUSTER GROUPING

Editor’s Reflections: Cluster Grouping
By Michael C. Thompson

Cluster Grouping Coast to Coast
By Patricia A. Schuler

Tweak Your Paradigm for Program Efficacy
By Kathleen Beattie, Ph.D.

Connecting Academics To Life
By Sam Frandino

The Class Disruption Curriculum
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

CLUSTER GROUPING

Editor’s Reflections: Cluster Grouping
By Michael C. Thompson

Cluster Grouping Coast to Coast
By Patricia A. Schuler

Tweak Your Paradigm for Program Efficacy
By Kathleen Beattie, Ph.D.

Connecting Academics To Life
By Sam Frandino

The Class Disruption Curriculum
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 34, May 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Art

Order code: OGC34

Price: $5.00

EDUCATION—WHAT A CONCEPT!

Editor’s Reflections: It’s the Education, Stupid!
By Michael C. Thompson

Questions For Your Child’s School, A Guide for Parents Who Value Learning
By Charles J. Sykes & William G. Durden

Impressionist Painting and Student Expression
By Sam Frandino

A Summer of Good Books
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Using the William and Mary Language Arts Units
By Mary Pleiss

EDUCATION—WHAT A CONCEPT!

Editor’s Reflections: It’s the Education, Stupid!
By Michael C. Thompson

Questions For Your Child’s School, A Guide for Parents Who Value Learning
By Charles J. Sykes & William G. Durden

Impressionist Painting and Student Expression
By Sam Frandino

A Summer of Good Books
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Using the William and Mary Language Arts Units
By Mary Pleiss

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 35, June 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Learning Disabled; Utopia

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GIFTED LD—A PARADOX?

Editor’s Reflections: Gifted and Learning Disabled
By Michael C. Thompson

Gifted But Learning Disabled: A Puzzling Paradox
By Susan Baum

A Letter From Holden Caulfield
By Jonathan Fwits

The Problem of Advocacy
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Utopia, The Search For a Perfect Society
By Jeff Stroebel
 

GIFTED LD—A PARADOX?

Editor’s Reflections: Gifted and Learning Disabled
By Michael C. Thompson

Gifted But Learning Disabled: A Puzzling Paradox
By Susan Baum

A Letter From Holden Caulfield
By Jonathan Fwits

The Problem of Advocacy
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Utopia, The Search For a Perfect Society
By Jeff Stroebel
 

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 36, July 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Gender Issues; Self-esteem; Math; Utopia

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TRILOBITES AND GIFTED FOURTH GRADERS

Editor’s Reflections: Fourth Graders, Trilobites
By Michael C. Thompson

Gender Differences in High School Students’ Attitudes Toward Mathematics in Traditional Versus Cooperative Groups
By Lisa A. Drzewiecki and Karen L. Westberg

The Self-Esteem Engine: America’s Folly? Part 1
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

The Communist Utopia
By Jeffrey T. Stroebel

TRILOBITES AND GIFTED FOURTH GRADERS

Editor’s Reflections: Fourth Graders, Trilobites
By Michael C. Thompson

Gender Differences in High School Students’ Attitudes Toward Mathematics in Traditional Versus Cooperative Groups
By Lisa A. Drzewiecki and Karen L. Westberg

The Self-Esteem Engine: America’s Folly? Part 1
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

The Communist Utopia
By Jeffrey T. Stroebel

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 37, August 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Self-esteem; Bilingual Education

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DEPTH

Editor’s Reflections: Depth
By Michael C. Thompson

The Self-Esteem Engine: America’s Folly? Part 2
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Oh No, Not Another Research Paper
By Mary Ann Yedinak

Communism In Russia
By Jeffrey T. Stroebel

Building A Bridge: A Combined Effort Between Gifted and Bilingual Education
Valentina I. Kloosterman

DEPTH

Editor’s Reflections: Depth
By Michael C. Thompson

The Self-Esteem Engine: America’s Folly? Part 2
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Oh No, Not Another Research Paper
By Mary Ann Yedinak

Communism In Russia
By Jeffrey T. Stroebel

Building A Bridge: A Combined Effort Between Gifted and Bilingual Education
Valentina I. Kloosterman

Our Gifted Children: Volume 38, September 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

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HAS GROUPING BEEN REFUTED?

Editor’s Reflections: An Evening With Miraca
By Michael C. Thompson

Poetry and Intimidation Starting With Auden
By Helen Follis

Beginning the Bard, Baggy Tights and All
By Maureen Powell

A Modest Examination for State Certification in Teaching
By Michael Thompson

HAS GROUPING BEEN REFUTED?

Editor’s Reflections: An Evening With Miraca
By Michael C. Thompson

Poetry and Intimidation Starting With Auden
By Helen Follis

Beginning the Bard, Baggy Tights and All
By Maureen Powell

A Modest Examination for State Certification in Teaching
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 39, October 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Diversity

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TALENT DEVELOPMENT, A FIELD OR A PROCESS?

Editor’s Reflections: Talent Development
By Michael C. Thompson

The Emperor’s New Pants
By Jonathan Fwits

Academic Diversity for Our Gifted Children, 1988
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

I’m Sorry Dave, I’m Afraid I can’t Do That, Reflections on NAGC
By Sam Frandino

What NAGC Says About Ability Grouping
By Michael Thompson

TALENT DEVELOPMENT, A FIELD OR A PROCESS?

Editor’s Reflections: Talent Development
By Michael C. Thompson

The Emperor’s New Pants
By Jonathan Fwits

Academic Diversity for Our Gifted Children, 1988
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

I’m Sorry Dave, I’m Afraid I can’t Do That, Reflections on NAGC
By Sam Frandino

What NAGC Says About Ability Grouping
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 40, November 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Talent Development

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HOWARD GARDNER, MULTIPLE MISTAKES?

Editor’s Reflections: Multiple Intelligences: A Case of Bad English
By Michael C. Thompson

Theoretical Flaws in Howard Gardner’s MI Hypothesis
By Stefanie Lowe

Gifted, But No Angel: The Other Side of Giftedness
By Jeffrey Stroebel

Multiple Intelligences: Their Appeal and Some Implications for Gifted Education
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Multiple Intelligence Theory: Many Interpretations
By E. F. Brown

Talent Development For Everyone
By Bruce N. Berube

Equity and Excellence Through Collaboration
By Carolyn Coil

HOWARD GARDNER, MULTIPLE MISTAKES?

Editor’s Reflections: Multiple Intelligences: A Case of Bad English
By Michael C. Thompson

Theoretical Flaws in Howard Gardner’s MI Hypothesis
By Stefanie Lowe

Gifted, But No Angel: The Other Side of Giftedness
By Jeffrey Stroebel

Multiple Intelligences: Their Appeal and Some Implications for Gifted Education
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Multiple Intelligence Theory: Many Interpretations
By E. F. Brown

Talent Development For Everyone
By Bruce N. Berube

Equity and Excellence Through Collaboration
By Carolyn Coil

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 41, December 1997

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

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FREDERICK DOUGLASS

Editor’s Reflections: Frederick Douglass
By Michael C. Thompson

Alternative Assessments Plus Choice Add Up To Success
By Mary Ann Yedinak

The Internet In Education
By Jamie Wolosky

Multiple Intelligences: Implications for Gifted Education, Part 2
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Distinguishing Myths From Realities
By Marcia Gentry and Karen Kettle

FREDERICK DOUGLASS

Editor’s Reflections: Frederick Douglass
By Michael C. Thompson

Alternative Assessments Plus Choice Add Up To Success
By Mary Ann Yedinak

The Internet In Education
By Jamie Wolosky

Multiple Intelligences: Implications for Gifted Education, Part 2
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Distinguishing Myths From Realities
By Marcia Gentry and Karen Kettle

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 42, January 1998

Author:

Subjects: Classics; Gifted Education/Curriculum

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CLASSICS FOR GIFTED STUDENTS
A SPECIAL FOCUS ISSUE

Classics for Gifted Students
By Michael C. Thompson

CLASSICS FOR GIFTED STUDENTS
A SPECIAL FOCUS ISSUE

Classics for Gifted Students
By Michael C. Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 43, February 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Gender Issues

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F—U.S. FAILS

Editor’s Reflections: TIMSS
By Michael C. Thompson

The Literacy Challenge: Meeting The Needs of Gifted Readers in a Differentiated Literature Class, Part 1
By Mary “Valorie” P. Hargett

What We Have Learned About Gifted Children 1979-1997
By Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D.

Eighth Grade Essays
By Kate Bloch and Emily Miner

Mathematics and Science: A Girl’s Conference
By Linda Lewis and Susan Vieth

Cognitive Oz
By Jonathan Fwits

F—U.S. FAILS

Editor’s Reflections: TIMSS
By Michael C. Thompson

The Literacy Challenge: Meeting The Needs of Gifted Readers in a Differentiated Literature Class, Part 1
By Mary “Valorie” P. Hargett

What We Have Learned About Gifted Children 1979-1997
By Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D.

Eighth Grade Essays
By Kate Bloch and Emily Miner

Mathematics and Science: A Girl’s Conference
By Linda Lewis and Susan Vieth

Cognitive Oz
By Jonathan Fwits

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 44, March 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Gender Issues; Diversity

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IS IT LEGITIMATE TO SPECIALIZE IN GIFTED EDUCATION?

Editor’s Reflections:  Is It Legitimate To Specialize In Gifted Education
By Michael C. Thompson

The Literacy Challenge: Meeting The Needs of Gifted Readers in a Differentiated Literature Class, Part 2
By Mary “Valorie” P. Hargett

Research From UCONN—
By Caroline Sarah Cohen, Mary Katherine Gavin

Gifted, But Gone: High Ability, Mexican-American, Female Dropouts
By Nancy Lashaway-Bokina

Savage or Civilized?  The Question of Barbarism and Civilization in the Works of Carmen Naranjo, Augusto Monterroso, and Adolfo Bioy Casares
By Anna Lee Strachan

The Mozart Effect, Mandating Music In Our Schools
By Andrea Neal

IS IT LEGITIMATE TO SPECIALIZE IN GIFTED EDUCATION?

Editor’s Reflections:  Is It Legitimate To Specialize In Gifted Education
By Michael C. Thompson

The Literacy Challenge: Meeting The Needs of Gifted Readers in a Differentiated Literature Class, Part 2
By Mary “Valorie” P. Hargett

Research From UCONN—
By Caroline Sarah Cohen, Mary Katherine Gavin

Gifted, But Gone: High Ability, Mexican-American, Female Dropouts
By Nancy Lashaway-Bokina

Savage or Civilized?  The Question of Barbarism and Civilization in the Works of Carmen Naranjo, Augusto Monterroso, and Adolfo Bioy Casares
By Anna Lee Strachan

The Mozart Effect, Mandating Music In Our Schools
By Andrea Neal

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 45, April 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

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FE, FI, DELTA KAPPAN..WE SMELL THE FO OF GIFTED EDUCATION

Editor’s Reflections: The Kappan Runs A Kohn Job
By Michael C. Thompson

I Learn, Therefore I am: Descartes’s Ideology In Cyberage
By Siamak Vahidi

The Whatever Curriculum
By Jonathan Fwits

One Gifted Child, Three Environments
By Myriam Borges Thompson

FE, FI, DELTA KAPPAN..WE SMELL THE FO OF GIFTED EDUCATION

Editor’s Reflections: The Kappan Runs A Kohn Job
By Michael C. Thompson

I Learn, Therefore I am: Descartes’s Ideology In Cyberage
By Siamak Vahidi

The Whatever Curriculum
By Jonathan Fwits

One Gifted Child, Three Environments
By Myriam Borges Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 46, May 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Talent Development

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ETHICS

Editor’s Reflections: Kohlberg, Revisited
By Michael C. Thompson

Academic Decathlon and Secondary Students
By Carol L. Tieso

Make Friends With the Power of Books
By Mary Ann Yedinak

Talent Development: The Trojan Horse of Gifted Education
By Jeff Stroebel


ETHICS

Editor’s Reflections: Kohlberg, Revisited
By Michael C. Thompson

Academic Decathlon and Secondary Students
By Carol L. Tieso

Make Friends With the Power of Books
By Mary Ann Yedinak

Talent Development: The Trojan Horse of Gifted Education
By Jeff Stroebel


Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 47, June 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Grammar

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GRAMMAR

Editor’s Reflections: Grammar For Gifted Kids?
By Michael C. Thompson

Media Literacy and Gifted Education
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

What Research Indicates About Teacher Behavior and Student Achievement
By Jeff Stroebel

Gifted Kids In Middle School:  Who, What, and How
By Ginny Burney

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar
By Michael Thompson

GRAMMAR

Editor’s Reflections: Grammar For Gifted Kids?
By Michael C. Thompson

Media Literacy and Gifted Education
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

What Research Indicates About Teacher Behavior and Student Achievement
By Jeff Stroebel

Gifted Kids In Middle School:  Who, What, and How
By Ginny Burney

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 48, July 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Gender Issues; Grammar; Learning Disabled

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RADICAL ACCELERATION FOR GIFTED GIRLS

Editor’s Reflections: Radical acceleration for Gifted Girls
By Michael C. Thompson

Reflections on the History of Mary Baldwin’s PEG: The Program for the Exceptionally Gifted
By Celeste Rhodes, Ph.D.

Gifted and Learning Disabled: Twice Exceptional Students
By Dawn Beckley

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 2
By Michael Thompson

RADICAL ACCELERATION FOR GIFTED GIRLS

Editor’s Reflections: Radical acceleration for Gifted Girls
By Michael C. Thompson

Reflections on the History of Mary Baldwin’s PEG: The Program for the Exceptionally Gifted
By Celeste Rhodes, Ph.D.

Gifted and Learning Disabled: Twice Exceptional Students
By Dawn Beckley

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 2
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 49, August 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Grammar; Differentiation

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ALEXANDER AND ANTIMATTER AND DIFFERENTIATION

Editor’s Reflections: Hayrides and Antimatter Universe
By Michael C. Thompson

Differentiation: Definition and Description for Gifted & Talented
By Susan T. Dinnocenti

Differentiation: A Commentary on Dinnocenti’s “Differentiation: Definition and Description for Gifted and Talented”
By Jeffrey Stroebel

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 3
By Michael Thompson

ALEXANDER AND ANTIMATTER AND DIFFERENTIATION

Editor’s Reflections: Hayrides and Antimatter Universe
By Michael C. Thompson

Differentiation: Definition and Description for Gifted & Talented
By Susan T. Dinnocenti

Differentiation: A Commentary on Dinnocenti’s “Differentiation: Definition and Description for Gifted and Talented”
By Jeffrey Stroebel

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 3
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 50, September 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Grammar

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STEVE SCHROEDER-DAVIS RESPONDS TO RECENT ASSAULTS ON GIFTED EDUCATION

Editor’s Reflections:  Happiness Is A Warm Book
By Michael C. Thompson

Responding To Recent Assaults on Gifted Education
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 4
By Michael Thompson

STEVE SCHROEDER-DAVIS RESPONDS TO RECENT ASSAULTS ON GIFTED EDUCATION

Editor’s Reflections:  Happiness Is A Warm Book
By Michael C. Thompson

Responding To Recent Assaults on Gifted Education
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 4
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 51, October 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Grammar; Gifted Education/Curriculum

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CONTENT

Editor’s Reflections: The Content of the Content
By Michael C. Thompson

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 5
By Michael Thompson

CONTENT

Editor’s Reflections: The Content of the Content
By Michael C. Thompson

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 5
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 52, November 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Underachievers; Grammar

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ARCHIMEDES

Editor’s Reflections: Archimedes
By Michael C. Thompson

Underachieving Gifted Students: A Mother’s Perspective
By Pamela Hunter-Braden

Kulik and Kulik Revisited
By Michael C. Thompson

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 6
By Michael Thompson

ARCHIMEDES

Editor’s Reflections: Archimedes
By Michael C. Thompson

Underachieving Gifted Students: A Mother’s Perspective
By Pamela Hunter-Braden

Kulik and Kulik Revisited
By Michael C. Thompson

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 6
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 53, December 1998

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Grammar; Diversity

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GIFTED STUDENTS IN SPECIAL POPULATIONS

Editor’s Reflections: Special Populations
By Michael C. Thompson

Valuing, Identifying, Cultivating, and Rewarding Talents of Students From Special Populations
By David St. Jean

Is It A Cheetah?  A Speech Given at the Hollingworth Conference for the Highly Gifted, 1992
By Stephanie Tolan, M.A.

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 7
By Michael Thompson

GIFTED STUDENTS IN SPECIAL POPULATIONS

Editor’s Reflections: Special Populations
By Michael C. Thompson

Valuing, Identifying, Cultivating, and Rewarding Talents of Students From Special Populations
By David St. Jean

Is It A Cheetah?  A Speech Given at the Hollingworth Conference for the Highly Gifted, 1992
By Stephanie Tolan, M.A.

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 7
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 54, January 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Guidance

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IF REMBRANDT WERE ALIVE TODAY, HE’D BE DEAD!

Editor’s Reflections: Gifted Kids, A Misunderstood Minority
By Michael C. Thompson

Why Honor Rolls Are Inherently Unfair and Unwise…Huh?
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Existential Depression in Gifted Individuals
By James T. Webb, Ph.D.

If Rembrandt Were Alive Today, He’d Be Dead
By Eileen Prince

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 8
By Michael Thompson

IF REMBRANDT WERE ALIVE TODAY, HE’D BE DEAD!

Editor’s Reflections: Gifted Kids, A Misunderstood Minority
By Michael C. Thompson

Why Honor Rolls Are Inherently Unfair and Unwise…Huh?
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Existential Depression in Gifted Individuals
By James T. Webb, Ph.D.

If Rembrandt Were Alive Today, He’d Be Dead
By Eileen Prince

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 8
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 55, February 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Guidance; Grammar

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ARE ALL CHILDREN GIFTED?

Editor’s Reflections:  Differences, Disregarded
By Michael C. Thompson

Let’s Play Fair With Gifted Children
By Craig Kay

Appropriate Expectations for the Gifted Child
By Arlene R. DeVries, M.S.E.

A Relentless Siege on Scholarship
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Helping Your Highly Gifted Child, ERIC Digest #E477
By Stephanie Tolan

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 9
By Michael Thompson

ARE ALL CHILDREN GIFTED?

Editor’s Reflections:  Differences, Disregarded
By Michael C. Thompson

Let’s Play Fair With Gifted Children
By Craig Kay

Appropriate Expectations for the Gifted Child
By Arlene R. DeVries, M.S.E.

A Relentless Siege on Scholarship
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Helping Your Highly Gifted Child, ERIC Digest #E477
By Stephanie Tolan

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 9
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 56, March 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

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I DON’T BELIEVE IN GIFTED AND OTHER MADCAP TALES

Editor’s Reflections:  I Don’t Believe in Gifted: A Beat Mantra
By Michael C. Thompson

Different Worlds at the Extremes
By Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D.

What’s It All About, Alfie?
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 10
By Michael Thompson

I DON’T BELIEVE IN GIFTED AND OTHER MADCAP TALES

Editor’s Reflections:  I Don’t Believe in Gifted: A Beat Mantra
By Michael C. Thompson

Different Worlds at the Extremes
By Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D.

What’s It All About, Alfie?
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

The Magic Lens: An Examination of the Human Ideas of Grammar, Part 10
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 57, April 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Guidance; Poetry; Vocabulary

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RACHEL CARSON: A HIGHLY GIFTED LIFE

Editor’s Reflections: Rachel Carson
By Michael C. Thompson

Highly Gifted Children In Full Inclusion Classrooms
By Kathi Kearney

Too Much Homework?
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Poetry, Passion, and Gifted Elementary Students
By Mary Pleiss

The Word Within the Word: Latin Etymology for Elementary Students, Part 1
By Michael Thompson

RACHEL CARSON: A HIGHLY GIFTED LIFE

Editor’s Reflections: Rachel Carson
By Michael C. Thompson

Highly Gifted Children In Full Inclusion Classrooms
By Kathi Kearney

Too Much Homework?
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Poetry, Passion, and Gifted Elementary Students
By Mary Pleiss

The Word Within the Word: Latin Etymology for Elementary Students, Part 1
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 58, May 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Vocabulary

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MYTHS IN GIFTED EDUCATION

Editor’s Reflections:  Myth: Gifted Education Is About Education
By Michael C. Thompson

Myths and Dangerous Practices in Gifted Education
By Jeff Stroebel

Myth: We Honor Scholars
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Some Myths Regarding Gifted Education
By Don H. Bowden

The Word Within the Word: Latin Etymology for Elementary Students, Part 2
By Michael Thompson

MYTHS IN GIFTED EDUCATION

Editor’s Reflections:  Myth: Gifted Education Is About Education
By Michael C. Thompson

Myths and Dangerous Practices in Gifted Education
By Jeff Stroebel

Myth: We Honor Scholars
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Some Myths Regarding Gifted Education
By Don H. Bowden

The Word Within the Word: Latin Etymology for Elementary Students, Part 2
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 59, June 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Vocabulary; Math

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THE STRANGE TALE OF BERTRAND RUSSELL AND ALFRED NORTH WHITEHEAD AND…PRINCIPIA MATHEMATICA

Editor’s Reflections:  Russell and Whitehead’s Principia Mathematica
By Michael C. Thompson

Wheaties, Valedictorians, and the Failure of American High Schools
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

The Gifted and Talented Students Education Act of 1999
By 106th Congress

The Word Within the Word: Latin Etymology for Elementary Students, Part 3
By Michael Thompson

THE STRANGE TALE OF BERTRAND RUSSELL AND ALFRED NORTH WHITEHEAD AND…PRINCIPIA MATHEMATICA

Editor’s Reflections:  Russell and Whitehead’s Principia Mathematica
By Michael C. Thompson

Wheaties, Valedictorians, and the Failure of American High Schools
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

The Gifted and Talented Students Education Act of 1999
By 106th Congress

The Word Within the Word: Latin Etymology for Elementary Students, Part 3
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Guidance; Vocabulary; Diversity

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VICTOR JARA’S GIFT

Editor’s Reflections:  Victor Jara’s Gift of Freedom
By Michael C. Thompson

High-End Learning In the Diverse Middle School: Investigating The Possibilities
By Catherine Brighton and Holly Hertberg

Don’t Throw Away the Old Binet
By Linda Silverman and Kathi Kearney

The Word Within the Word: Latin Etymology for Elementary Students, Part 4
By Michael Thompson

VICTOR JARA’S GIFT

Editor’s Reflections:  Victor Jara’s Gift of Freedom
By Michael C. Thompson

High-End Learning In the Diverse Middle School: Investigating The Possibilities
By Catherine Brighton and Holly Hertberg

Don’t Throw Away the Old Binet
By Linda Silverman and Kathi Kearney

The Word Within the Word: Latin Etymology for Elementary Students, Part 4
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 61, August 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Vocabulary

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DO WE NEED GIFTED EDUCATION IN AN AGE OF REFORM?

Editor’s Reflections:  A Beautiful Idea
By Michael C. Thompson

Gifted Education In An Age of Reform
By Shelagh Gallagher

Technology Education for Gifted Students
By Tara Shields

The Word Within The Word: Latin Etymology for Elementary Students
By Michael Thompson

DO WE NEED GIFTED EDUCATION IN AN AGE OF REFORM?

Editor’s Reflections:  A Beautiful Idea
By Michael C. Thompson

Gifted Education In An Age of Reform
By Shelagh Gallagher

Technology Education for Gifted Students
By Tara Shields

The Word Within The Word: Latin Etymology for Elementary Students
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 62, September 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Guidance; Diversity; Learning Disabled

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A DIFFERENT EDUCATION

Editor’s Reflections: A Different Education
By Michael C. Thompson

High End Learning In the Diverse Middle School:  Investigating the Possibilities
By Catherine Brighton and Holly Hertberg

How To Become An Educational Advocate
By Carolyn Kottmeyer

Gifted and Learning Disabled:  A Professional Dilemma
By Barbara A. Bradley

School Vouchers
By Jessica Pollack

In Praise of Effort and Achievement
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Acceleration:  Strategies and Benefits
By Michael C. Pyryt

A DIFFERENT EDUCATION

Editor’s Reflections: A Different Education
By Michael C. Thompson

High End Learning In the Diverse Middle School:  Investigating the Possibilities
By Catherine Brighton and Holly Hertberg

How To Become An Educational Advocate
By Carolyn Kottmeyer

Gifted and Learning Disabled:  A Professional Dilemma
By Barbara A. Bradley

School Vouchers
By Jessica Pollack

In Praise of Effort and Achievement
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Acceleration:  Strategies and Benefits
By Michael C. Pyryt

Our Gifted Children Magazine Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 63, October 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Classics; Homeschooling; Gaudi, Antoni

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ANTONI GAUDI

Editor’s Reflections:  Antoni Gaudi: Lunatic or Genius?
By Michael C. Thompson

A Cruel Fallacy
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Gender Issues In Gifted Education
By Lynn Rose

Looking Backwards: The Classics and the Gifted Reader
By Michael W. Cannon

Independent Study: Does It Work?
By Carolyn M. Callahan

Asynchrony: Homeschooling an Exceptionally Gifted Child
By Hilary Cohen

Classic Words for Classic Kids Part 1
By Michael Thompson

ANTONI GAUDI

Editor’s Reflections:  Antoni Gaudi: Lunatic or Genius?
By Michael C. Thompson

A Cruel Fallacy
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Gender Issues In Gifted Education
By Lynn Rose

Looking Backwards: The Classics and the Gifted Reader
By Michael W. Cannon

Independent Study: Does It Work?
By Carolyn M. Callahan

Asynchrony: Homeschooling an Exceptionally Gifted Child
By Hilary Cohen

Classic Words for Classic Kids Part 1
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 64, November 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Classics; Evolution

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EVOLUTION

Editor’s Reflections:  Evolution and The Retreat From Knowledge
By Michael C. Thompson

A Nation At Risk
1983 U.S. Department of Education’s Report

Curriculum Compacting: A necessity for Academic Advancement
By Del Siegle

Classic Words for Classic Kids, Part 2
By Michael Thompson

EVOLUTION

Editor’s Reflections:  Evolution and The Retreat From Knowledge
By Michael C. Thompson

A Nation At Risk
1983 U.S. Department of Education’s Report

Curriculum Compacting: A necessity for Academic Advancement
By Del Siegle

Classic Words for Classic Kids, Part 2
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 65, December 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Milton, John

Order code: OGC65

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JOHN MILTON AND FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

Editor’s Reflections:  Milton and Freedom of the Press
By Michael C. Thompson

The Achieving Student: Swimming Upstream Against the Cultural Current
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

A Call For Understanding
By Jean Schweers

Mentorship At Its Best
By Nancy Lashaway-Bokina

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 3
By Michael Thompson

JOHN MILTON AND FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

Editor’s Reflections:  Milton and Freedom of the Press
By Michael C. Thompson

The Achieving Student: Swimming Upstream Against the Cultural Current
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

A Call For Understanding
By Jean Schweers

Mentorship At Its Best
By Nancy Lashaway-Bokina

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 3
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 65, December 1999

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

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JOHN MILTON AND FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

Editor’s Reflections:  Milton and Freedom of the Press
By Michael C. Thompson

The Achieving Student: Swimming Upstream Against the Cultural Current
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

A Call For Understanding
By Jean Schweers

Mentorship At Its Best
By Nancy Lashaway-Bokina

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 3
By Michael Thompson

JOHN MILTON AND FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

Editor’s Reflections:  Milton and Freedom of the Press
By Michael C. Thompson

The Achieving Student: Swimming Upstream Against the Cultural Current
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

A Call For Understanding
By Jean Schweers

Mentorship At Its Best
By Nancy Lashaway-Bokina

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 3
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 66, January 2000

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Classics; Differentiation

Order code: OGC66

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STUPID

Editor’s Reflections: Stupid Is As Stupid Does
By Michael C. Thompson

The Stupid Things I Heard Today
By Carolyn Kottmeyer

Inventive Differentiation
By Julie Rossbach

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 4
By Michael Thompson

STUPID

Editor’s Reflections: Stupid Is As Stupid Does
By Michael C. Thompson

The Stupid Things I Heard Today
By Carolyn Kottmeyer

Inventive Differentiation
By Julie Rossbach

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 4
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Guidance; Classics

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WHAT DO G/T OPPONENTS THINK?

Editor’s Reflections:  Fundamentals
By Michael C. Thompson

Federal Involvement In An Funding for Gifted Education
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Extraordinary Gifts often Come In Plain Brown Wrappers
By Fred A. Bonner, II

Nurturing Giftedness In Young Children
By Wendy C. Roedell

Portfolios For Gifted Kids
By Stefanie Lowe

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 5
By Michael Thompson

WHAT DO G/T OPPONENTS THINK?

Editor’s Reflections:  Fundamentals
By Michael C. Thompson

Federal Involvement In An Funding for Gifted Education
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Extraordinary Gifts often Come In Plain Brown Wrappers
By Fred A. Bonner, II

Nurturing Giftedness In Young Children
By Wendy C. Roedell

Portfolios For Gifted Kids
By Stefanie Lowe

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 5
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 68, March 2000

Author:

Subjects: Vocabulary; Gifted Education/Curriculum

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CURRICULUM

Editor’s Reflections: Curriculum as Engagement With the World
By Michael C. Thompson

A Parent’s Guide To Helping Children: Using Bibliotherapy At Home
By Mary Rizza

Japan: An Educational Journey
By Eileen Kendrick

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 6
By Michael Thompson

CURRICULUM

Editor’s Reflections: Curriculum as Engagement With the World
By Michael C. Thompson

A Parent’s Guide To Helping Children: Using Bibliotherapy At Home
By Mary Rizza

Japan: An Educational Journey
By Eileen Kendrick

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 6
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 69, April 2000

Author:

Subjects: Vocabulary; Gifted Education/Curriculum; Differentiation

Order code: OGC69

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REVIEW OF RESEARCH CONCERNING ATTITUDES TOWARD GIFTEDNESS

Editor’s Reflections: Heterogeneity, Liberte, Fraternite
By Michael C. Thompson

Review of Research Concerning Attitudes Toward Giftedness
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Differentiating Instruction for Advanced Learners in the Mixed-Ability Middle School Classroom
By Carol Ann Tomlinson

Differentiating Curriculum for Gifted Students, ERIC EC Digest #E510
By Sandra L. Berger

Differentiation: Definition and Description for Gifted and Talented
By Susan T. Dinnocenti

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 7
Michael Thompson

REVIEW OF RESEARCH CONCERNING ATTITUDES TOWARD GIFTEDNESS

Editor’s Reflections: Heterogeneity, Liberte, Fraternite
By Michael C. Thompson

Review of Research Concerning Attitudes Toward Giftedness
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Differentiating Instruction for Advanced Learners in the Mixed-Ability Middle School Classroom
By Carol Ann Tomlinson

Differentiating Curriculum for Gifted Students, ERIC EC Digest #E510
By Sandra L. Berger

Differentiation: Definition and Description for Gifted and Talented
By Susan T. Dinnocenti

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 7
Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 70, May 2000

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Vocabulary; Grouping

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RAISED—WHY GROUPING IS COMING BACK FROM THE DEAD

Editor’s Reflections:  Time To Regroup
By Michael C. Thompson

The Benefits of Mixed-Age Grouping
By Lilian G. Katz

ERIC FAQ’s About Grouping

Cluster Grouping of Gifted Students: How To Provide Full-Time Services on A Part-Time Budget
By Susan Winebrenner and Barbara Devlin

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 8
By Michael Thompson

RAISED—WHY GROUPING IS COMING BACK FROM THE DEAD

Editor’s Reflections:  Time To Regroup
By Michael C. Thompson

The Benefits of Mixed-Age Grouping
By Lilian G. Katz

ERIC FAQ’s About Grouping

Cluster Grouping of Gifted Students: How To Provide Full-Time Services on A Part-Time Budget
By Susan Winebrenner and Barbara Devlin

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 8
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 71, June 2000

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Vocabulary; Identification of Gifted; Bruno, Giordano

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GIORDANO BRUNO—THE GENIUS WHO WOULDN’T RECANT

Editor’s Reflections:  Giordano Bruno
By Michael C. Thompson

Life In A Box
By Sam Frandino

What Parents of Gifted Kids Can Reasonably Expect From Schools
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Teacher Bias In Identifying Gifted and Talented Students
By Teri Powell and Del Siegle

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 9
By Michael Thompson

GIORDANO BRUNO—THE GENIUS WHO WOULDN’T RECANT

Editor’s Reflections:  Giordano Bruno
By Michael C. Thompson

Life In A Box
By Sam Frandino

What Parents of Gifted Kids Can Reasonably Expect From Schools
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Teacher Bias In Identifying Gifted and Talented Students
By Teri Powell and Del Siegle

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 9
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 72, July 2000

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Vocabulary; Elitism

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GIFTED EDUCATION HAS BEEN SHORT-SHRIFTED IN THIS COUNTRY

Editor’s Reflections:  Public Education For Almost All
By Michael C. Thompson

Gifted Education Has Been Short-Shrifted in This Country: Why This Happens and What Can Be Done About It
By Susan Winebrenner

The Absurdity Of The Elitism Charge
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 10
By Michael Thompson

GIFTED EDUCATION HAS BEEN SHORT-SHRIFTED IN THIS COUNTRY

Editor’s Reflections:  Public Education For Almost All
By Michael C. Thompson

Gifted Education Has Been Short-Shrifted in This Country: Why This Happens and What Can Be Done About It
By Susan Winebrenner

The Absurdity Of The Elitism Charge
By Stephen Schroeder-Davis

Classic Words For Classic Kids, Part 10
By Michael Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 73, August 2000

Author:

Subjects: Thinking Skills; Diversity; Gifted Education/Guidance

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DABROWSKI—JUST AN EXCITEABLE GUY

Editor’s Reflections: Dabrowski
By Michael C. Thompson

A Civil Rights Action For Gifted Children
By Wenda Sheard

Should Gifted Students Be Grade-Advanced?
By Sharon J. Lynch

Developing Learner Outcomes For Gifted Students
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

ADHD and Children Who Are Gifted
By James Webb and Diane Latimer

Thinking and Writing Skills in High Ability, Ethnic Minority, High School Students
By Deborah Coates and Mariolga Reyes

The Effectiveness of Triarchic Teaching and Assessment
By Robert J. Sternberg
DABROWSKI—JUST AN EXCITEABLE GUY

Editor’s Reflections: Dabrowski
By Michael C. Thompson

A Civil Rights Action For Gifted Children
By Wenda Sheard

Should Gifted Students Be Grade-Advanced?
By Sharon J. Lynch

Developing Learner Outcomes For Gifted Students
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

ADHD and Children Who Are Gifted
By James Webb and Diane Latimer

Thinking and Writing Skills in High Ability, Ethnic Minority, High School Students
By Deborah Coates and Mariolga Reyes

The Effectiveness of Triarchic Teaching and Assessment
By Robert J. Sternberg

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 74, September 2000

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Parenting; Guidance

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GIFTED GIFTED GIFTED GIFTED

Editor’s Reflections: Gifted
By Michael C. Thompson

Creativity and Counseling
By Libby Benjamin

Gifted and Talented Programs in America’s High Schools
By Rachel Sytsma

Fostering Academic Creativity in Gifted Students
By Paul Torrance and Kathy Goff

Highly Gifted Children in Full Inclusion Classrooms
By Kathi Kearney

Helping Your Highly Gifted Child
By Stephanie S. Tolan

GIFTED GIFTED GIFTED GIFTED

Editor’s Reflections: Gifted
By Michael C. Thompson

Creativity and Counseling
By Libby Benjamin

Gifted and Talented Programs in America’s High Schools
By Rachel Sytsma

Fostering Academic Creativity in Gifted Students
By Paul Torrance and Kathy Goff

Highly Gifted Children in Full Inclusion Classrooms
By Kathi Kearney

Helping Your Highly Gifted Child
By Stephanie S. Tolan

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 75, October 2000

Author:

Subjects: Math; Gifted Education/Guidance; Careers

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MANDATE: A LEGISLATIVE ORDER

Editor’s Reflections: Mandate
By Michael C. Thompson

Career Planning for Gifted and Talented Youth, ERIC DIGEST #E492
By Barbara Kerr

An Analysis of the Research on Ability Grouping
By James A. Kulik

Discovering Mathematical Talent, ERIC Digest #E482
By Richard C. Miller

MANDATE: A LEGISLATIVE ORDER

Editor’s Reflections: Mandate
By Michael C. Thompson

Career Planning for Gifted and Talented Youth, ERIC DIGEST #E492
By Barbara Kerr

An Analysis of the Research on Ability Grouping
By James A. Kulik

Discovering Mathematical Talent, ERIC Digest #E482
By Richard C. Miller

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 76, November 2000

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Garrison, William Lloyd

Order code: OGC76

Price: $5.00

WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON

Editor’s Reflections: William Lloyd Garrison: A Moral Uprising
By Michael Clay Thompson

Fostering the Postsecondary Aspiration of Gifted Urban Minority Students, ERIC Digest #E493
By Margaret E. McIntosh and Jean M. Greenlaw

The Pros and Cons of Gifted Education: A Look At Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth
By S. Eliza Bonner

Know Your Legal Rights In Gifted Education, ERIC Digest #E541
By Frances A. Karnes and Ronald Marquardt

WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON

Editor’s Reflections: William Lloyd Garrison: A Moral Uprising
By Michael Clay Thompson

Fostering the Postsecondary Aspiration of Gifted Urban Minority Students, ERIC Digest #E493
By Margaret E. McIntosh and Jean M. Greenlaw

The Pros and Cons of Gifted Education: A Look At Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth
By S. Eliza Bonner

Know Your Legal Rights In Gifted Education, ERIC Digest #E541
By Frances A. Karnes and Ronald Marquardt

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 78, November 2000

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Assessment

Order code: OGC76

Price: $5.00

SMPY

Editor’s Reflections: NAGC’s Gifted Program Standards
By Michael C. Thompson

A Proposal for Restructuring Secondary Gifted Education
By Patricia O. Tierney

Yesterday’s Whiz Kids
By Melissa Hendricks

Leta Hollingworth: Her Life
By Susan K. Hochman

Gifted Readers and Reading Instruction
By David Levande

Assessing Gifted Children
By Julia B. Osborn

SMPY

Editor’s Reflections: NAGC’s Gifted Program Standards
By Michael C. Thompson

A Proposal for Restructuring Secondary Gifted Education
By Patricia O. Tierney

Yesterday’s Whiz Kids
By Melissa Hendricks

Leta Hollingworth: Her Life
By Susan K. Hochman

Gifted Readers and Reading Instruction
By David Levande

Assessing Gifted Children
By Julia B. Osborn

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 77, December 2000

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Diversity; Biko, Steve

Order code: OGC77

Price: $5.00

STEVE BIKO

Editor’s Reflections: Steve Biko
By Michael Clay Thompson

Underachievement Among Gifted Minority Students: problems and Promises
By Donna Ford and Antoinette Thomas

Valuing, Identifying, Cultivating, and Rewarding Talents of Students From Special Populations
By David St. Jean

Meeting The Needs of Gifted and Talented Minority Language Students, ERIC Digest #E480
By Linda M. Cohen

Blueprints for Indian Education: Improving Mainstream Schooling
By Robin Butterfield

STEVE BIKO

Editor’s Reflections: Steve Biko
By Michael Clay Thompson

Underachievement Among Gifted Minority Students: problems and Promises
By Donna Ford and Antoinette Thomas

Valuing, Identifying, Cultivating, and Rewarding Talents of Students From Special Populations
By David St. Jean

Meeting The Needs of Gifted and Talented Minority Language Students, ERIC Digest #E480
By Linda M. Cohen

Blueprints for Indian Education: Improving Mainstream Schooling
By Robin Butterfield

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 79, February 2001

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Learning Disabled; Differentiation

Order code: OGC79

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THE DIFFICULTIES OF A YOUNG GIFTED CHILD: LESSONS FROM HISTORY

Editor’s Reflections:  The Different in Differentiation
By Michael Clay Thompson

The Difficulties of a Young Gifted Child: Lessons from History
By Carmel M. Diezmann and James J. Watters

Gifted and Learning Disabled: Twice Exceptional Students
By Dawn Beckley

THE DIFFICULTIES OF A YOUNG GIFTED CHILD: LESSONS FROM HISTORY

Editor’s Reflections:  The Different in Differentiation
By Michael Clay Thompson

The Difficulties of a Young Gifted Child: Lessons from History
By Carmel M. Diezmann and James J. Watters

Gifted and Learning Disabled: Twice Exceptional Students
By Dawn Beckley

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 81, April 2001

Author:

Subjects: History; Gifted Education

Order code: OGC81

Price: $5.00

HISTORY

Editor’s Reflections: Don’t Know Much About History
By Michael Clay Thompson

The Hunley
By Michael Thompson

A Good History Classroom: The Diminution of History for Gifted Students
By Jeffrey T. Stroebel

Reflections on History
By Bertrand Russell

Mathimagination
By George Palavestra

Williams Syndrome: A Study of Unique Musical Talents in Persons With Disabilities
By Sally M. Reis, Robin Schader, Laurie Shute, Audrey Don, Harry Milne, Robert Stephens, and Greg Williams

HISTORY

Editor’s Reflections: Don’t Know Much About History
By Michael Clay Thompson

The Hunley
By Michael Thompson

A Good History Classroom: The Diminution of History for Gifted Students
By Jeffrey T. Stroebel

Reflections on History
By Bertrand Russell

Mathimagination
By George Palavestra

Williams Syndrome: A Study of Unique Musical Talents in Persons With Disabilities
By Sally M. Reis, Robin Schader, Laurie Shute, Audrey Don, Harry Milne, Robert Stephens, and Greg Williams

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 80, March 2001

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Learning Disabled

Order code: OGC81

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ADHD GIFTED

Editor’s Reflections:  LDADDADHDGT
By Michael Clay Thompson

Attention Deficit Disorders and Gifted Students: What Do We Really Know?
By Felice Kaufmann, M. Layne Kalbfleisch, and F. Xavier Castellanos

ADHD and Children Who Are Gifted, ERIC Digest #E522
By James T. Webb and Diane Latimer

Giftedness and Learning Disabilities, ERIC Digest #427
By C. June Maker and Anne Udall

Stuck In Another Dimension:  The Exceptionally Gifted Child In School
By Stephanie S. Tolan

ADHD or Intensities of Giftedness
By Carol Fertig

ADHD GIFTED

Editor’s Reflections:  LDADDADHDGT
By Michael Clay Thompson

Attention Deficit Disorders and Gifted Students: What Do We Really Know?
By Felice Kaufmann, M. Layne Kalbfleisch, and F. Xavier Castellanos

ADHD and Children Who Are Gifted, ERIC Digest #E522
By James T. Webb and Diane Latimer

Giftedness and Learning Disabilities, ERIC Digest #427
By C. June Maker and Anne Udall

Stuck In Another Dimension:  The Exceptionally Gifted Child In School
By Stephanie S. Tolan

ADHD or Intensities of Giftedness
By Carol Fertig

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 82, May 2001

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Guidance; Bilingual Education

Order code: OGC82

Price: $5.00

UNCHAIN MY HEART, THE SILENT SUFFERING OF GIFTED MINDS

Editor’s Reflections:  Unchain My Heart
By Michael Clay Thompson

New Trends in Language Education for Hispanic Students, ERIC/CUE Digest Number 155
By Wendy Schwartz

Our Gifted Hispanic Children—Revised
By Michael Thompson

Cipher in the Classroom
By Jan B. Hansen, Ph.D.

An Essay on the Genome and Its Ethical Implications
By Anna Lee Strachan

Attention Deficit Disorders and Gifted Students:  What Do We Really Know?
By Felice Kaufmann, M. Layne Kalbfleisch, F. Xavier Castellanos

UNCHAIN MY HEART, THE SILENT SUFFERING OF GIFTED MINDS

Editor’s Reflections:  Unchain My Heart
By Michael Clay Thompson

New Trends in Language Education for Hispanic Students, ERIC/CUE Digest Number 155
By Wendy Schwartz

Our Gifted Hispanic Children—Revised
By Michael Thompson

Cipher in the Classroom
By Jan B. Hansen, Ph.D.

An Essay on the Genome and Its Ethical Implications
By Anna Lee Strachan

Attention Deficit Disorders and Gifted Students:  What Do We Really Know?
By Felice Kaufmann, M. Layne Kalbfleisch, F. Xavier Castellanos

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 83, June 2001

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC83

Price: $5.00

YEVGENY ZAMYATIN’S WE

Editor’s Reflections:  POH, or, The Pursuit of Happiness
By Michael Clay Thompson

Recognizing Giftedness in Young Children
By Martin Rogers and Linda Kreger Silverman

Teaching English To Gifted Students
By Deborah Fox

Gifted Reasoning and Advanced Intelligence
By Penny Van Deur

Professional Development:  Not An Event
By E. Jean Gubbins

We, By Yevgeny Zamyatin
Translated By Mirra Ginsburg

YEVGENY ZAMYATIN’S WE

Editor’s Reflections:  POH, or, The Pursuit of Happiness
By Michael Clay Thompson

Recognizing Giftedness in Young Children
By Martin Rogers and Linda Kreger Silverman

Teaching English To Gifted Students
By Deborah Fox

Gifted Reasoning and Advanced Intelligence
By Penny Van Deur

Professional Development:  Not An Event
By E. Jean Gubbins

We, By Yevgeny Zamyatin
Translated By Mirra Ginsburg

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 84, July 2001

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Grouping

Order code: OGC84

Price: $5.00

THE LIBERAL ARTS AND THE LIFE OF THE MIND

Editor’s Reflections:  The Liberal Arts
By Michael Clay Thompson

Nurturing the Life of the Mind:  If Schools Don’t Value Intellect, Who Will?
By Kathleen Vail

Assessing Your Local Gifted Program
By Bonita Warrum

One Size Fits All?  Age-based Tracking Versus Ability Grouping in Elementary School Mathematics
By Mike Robison

Teaching Young Gifted Children in the Regular Classroom
By Joan Franklin Smutny

Gifted Program Evaluation in Progress
By Darla-Gail Bohn


THE LIBERAL ARTS AND THE LIFE OF THE MIND

Editor’s Reflections:  The Liberal Arts
By Michael Clay Thompson

Nurturing the Life of the Mind:  If Schools Don’t Value Intellect, Who Will?
By Kathleen Vail

Assessing Your Local Gifted Program
By Bonita Warrum

One Size Fits All?  Age-based Tracking Versus Ability Grouping in Elementary School Mathematics
By Mike Robison

Teaching Young Gifted Children in the Regular Classroom
By Joan Franklin Smutny

Gifted Program Evaluation in Progress
By Darla-Gail Bohn


Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 85, August 2001

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Parenting; Guidance; Gender Issues; Kandinsky, Wassily

Order code: OGC85

Price: $5.00

KANDINSKY

Editor’s Reflections: Kandinsky
By Michael Clay Thompson

The Role of Advanced Placement in Talent Development
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska, Ed.D.

Ten Tips for Parents of Gifted Students
By Monique Prevost Lloyd

The Emotional Journey of the Gifted and Talented Adolescent Female
By Suzanne Blakely

Giftedness and the Gifted: What’s It All About?, ERIC Digest #E476
By D. W. Russell, D. G. Hayes, and L. B. Dockery

KANDINSKY

Editor’s Reflections: Kandinsky
By Michael Clay Thompson

The Role of Advanced Placement in Talent Development
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska, Ed.D.

Ten Tips for Parents of Gifted Students
By Monique Prevost Lloyd

The Emotional Journey of the Gifted and Talented Adolescent Female
By Suzanne Blakely

Giftedness and the Gifted: What’s It All About?, ERIC Digest #E476
By D. W. Russell, D. G. Hayes, and L. B. Dockery

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 86, September 2001

Author:

Subjects: Underachievers; Multi-Culturalism; Learning Disabled; Gifted Education/Guidance; Suicide Prevention

Order code: OGC86

Price: $5.00

THE GOAL OF GIFTED EDUCATION

Editor’s Reflections:  Educating Gifted Children
Michael Clay Thompson

Infusing Multicultural Content into the Curriculum for Gifted Students, ERIC Digest #E601
By Donna Y. Ford

Underachievement and Learning Disabilities in Children Who Are Gifted
By Steven G. Zecker

Suicide Among Gifted Adolescents:  How To Prevent It
By Denise de Souza Fleith

Suicide and the Exceptional Child, ERIC Digest #E508
By Elanore C. Guetzloe

Mentor Relationships and Gifted Learners, ERIC Digest #E486
By Sandra L. Berger

THE GOAL OF GIFTED EDUCATION

Editor’s Reflections:  Educating Gifted Children
Michael Clay Thompson

Infusing Multicultural Content into the Curriculum for Gifted Students, ERIC Digest #E601
By Donna Y. Ford

Underachievement and Learning Disabilities in Children Who Are Gifted
By Steven G. Zecker

Suicide Among Gifted Adolescents:  How To Prevent It
By Denise de Souza Fleith

Suicide and the Exceptional Child, ERIC Digest #E508
By Elanore C. Guetzloe

Mentor Relationships and Gifted Learners, ERIC Digest #E486
By Sandra L. Berger

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 87, October 2001

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education/Curriculum; Talent Development; Gifted Education/Guidance

Order code: OGC87

Price: $5.00

GIFTED EDUCATION FOR ALL STUDENTS: WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

Editor’s Reflections: And One For All
By Michael Clay Thompson

Using Gifted Education Strategies with All Students
By E. Jean Gubbins and NRC/GT Team

Extending Gifted Education pedagogy to the Regular Classroom
By M. Sue Whitlock and E. Jean Gubbins

Talent Development for Everyone: A Review of Developing the Gifts and Talents of All Students in the Regular Classroom
By Bruce N. Berube

Extending the Pedagogy of Gifted Education to All Students
By Sally M. Reis, Marcia Gentry

Defining Giftedness
By Elizabeth McClellan

GIFTED EDUCATION FOR ALL STUDENTS: WHAT DOES IT MEAN?

Editor’s Reflections: And One For All
By Michael Clay Thompson

Using Gifted Education Strategies with All Students
By E. Jean Gubbins and NRC/GT Team

Extending Gifted Education pedagogy to the Regular Classroom
By M. Sue Whitlock and E. Jean Gubbins

Talent Development for Everyone: A Review of Developing the Gifts and Talents of All Students in the Regular Classroom
By Bruce N. Berube

Extending the Pedagogy of Gifted Education to All Students
By Sally M. Reis, Marcia Gentry

Defining Giftedness
By Elizabeth McClellan

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 88, November 2001

Author:

Subjects: Identification of Gifted; Diversity; Gifted Education/Curriculum

Order code: OGC88

Price: $5.00

WHY?

Editor’s Reflections:  Why?
By Michael Clay Thompson

Verbal Knowledge:  The Core of All Content
By Michael Clay Thompson

Pushing Elephants Up the Stairs
By William Keilty

The On-Going Dilemma of Effective Identification Practices in Gifted Education
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

Effective Coaching: Helping Teachers Address Academic Diversity
By Catherine M. Brighton

Basic Educational Options for Gifted Students in Schools
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

Gifted Readers and Reading Instruction, ERIC Digest: ED379637
By Norma Decker Collin and Nola Kortner Aiex

Infusing Multicultural Content Into Curricula for Gifted Students, ERIC Digest #E601
By Donna Ford

WHY?

Editor’s Reflections:  Why?
By Michael Clay Thompson

Verbal Knowledge:  The Core of All Content
By Michael Clay Thompson

Pushing Elephants Up the Stairs
By William Keilty

The On-Going Dilemma of Effective Identification Practices in Gifted Education
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

Effective Coaching: Helping Teachers Address Academic Diversity
By Catherine M. Brighton

Basic Educational Options for Gifted Students in Schools
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

Gifted Readers and Reading Instruction, ERIC Digest: ED379637
By Norma Decker Collin and Nola Kortner Aiex

Infusing Multicultural Content Into Curricula for Gifted Students, ERIC Digest #E601
By Donna Ford

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 89, December 2001

Author:

Subjects: Science Fiction; Identification of Gifted; Math; Gifted Education/Curriculum

Order code: OGC89

Price: $0.00

CONTENT IS BACK

Editor’s Reflections:  A New Era in Gifted Education
By Michael Clay Thompson

Curriculum Compacting: A Systematic Procedure for Modifying Curriculum for Above Average Ability Students
By Sally M. Reis and Joseph S. Renzulli

Planning Science Programs for High-Ability Learners, ERIC Digest #E546
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

Teaching Mathematics to Gifted Students in a Mixed-Ability Classroom, ERIC Digest #E594
By Dana T. Johnson

The Paideo: A Lost Dialogue of Socrates, Rediscovered
By Jonathan Fwits

The Chaos (Of Spelling)
By Gerald Nolst Trenite

Identifying and Assessing Gifted and Talented Bilingual Hispanic Students, ERIC Digest #ED-423104
By Jaime A. Castellano

CONTENT IS BACK

Editor’s Reflections:  A New Era in Gifted Education
By Michael Clay Thompson

Curriculum Compacting: A Systematic Procedure for Modifying Curriculum for Above Average Ability Students
By Sally M. Reis and Joseph S. Renzulli

Planning Science Programs for High-Ability Learners, ERIC Digest #E546
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

Teaching Mathematics to Gifted Students in a Mixed-Ability Classroom, ERIC Digest #E594
By Dana T. Johnson

The Paideo: A Lost Dialogue of Socrates, Rediscovered
By Jonathan Fwits

The Chaos (Of Spelling)
By Gerald Nolst Trenite

Identifying and Assessing Gifted and Talented Bilingual Hispanic Students, ERIC Digest #ED-423104
By Jaime A. Castellano

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 90, January 2002

Author:

Subjects: Language Arts; Gifted Education; Talent Development

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A NATION AT RISK

Editor’s Reflections:  A Nation At Risk
By Michael Clay Thompson

Advanced Placement and Talent Development
By Joyce Van-Tassel Baska

What We Have Learned About Gifted Children, 1979-2001
By Linda Silverman

Cluster Grouping Coast to Coast
By Patricia A. Schuler

Creative Strategies for Teaching Language Arts to Gifted Students, ERIC EC Digest #E612
By Joan Franklin Smutny

A NATION AT RISK

Editor’s Reflections:  A Nation At Risk
By Michael Clay Thompson

Advanced Placement and Talent Development
By Joyce Van-Tassel Baska

What We Have Learned About Gifted Children, 1979-2001
By Linda Silverman

Cluster Grouping Coast to Coast
By Patricia A. Schuler

Creative Strategies for Teaching Language Arts to Gifted Students, ERIC EC Digest #E612
By Joan Franklin Smutny

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 91, February 2002

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

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CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE CLASSROOMS

Editor’s Reflections:  The Reason for Response
By Michael C. Thompson

Creating Culturally Responsive Classrooms for Gifted Students
By Donna Y. Ford

NRC/GT Query:  Are Programs and Services for Gifted and Talented Students Responsive To Beliefs?
By E. Jean Gubbins

Coming To Terms With Literature
By Michael C. Thompson

CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE CLASSROOMS

Editor’s Reflections:  The Reason for Response
By Michael C. Thompson

Creating Culturally Responsive Classrooms for Gifted Students
By Donna Y. Ford

NRC/GT Query:  Are Programs and Services for Gifted and Talented Students Responsive To Beliefs?
By E. Jean Gubbins

Coming To Terms With Literature
By Michael C. Thompson

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 92, March 2002

Author:

Subjects: Underachievers; Math; Grouping; Gifted Education/Guidance

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HOW SHOULD WE GROUP TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE WITH EQUITY?

Editor’s Reflections: What A Weariness
By Michael Clay Thompson

How Should We Group to Achieve Excellence With Equity?
By Bonnie Grossen

Recurring Themes in Career Counseling of Gifted and Talented Students
By Meredith J. Greene

Discovering and Nurturing Mathematical Talent: A Closer Look at past and Current Research About Mathematically Talented Children
By Rebecca L. Pierce

Dealing With the Needs of Underachieving Gifted Students in a Suburban School District: What Works
By Ceil Frey

HOW SHOULD WE GROUP TO ACHIEVE EXCELLENCE WITH EQUITY?

Editor’s Reflections: What A Weariness
By Michael Clay Thompson

How Should We Group to Achieve Excellence With Equity?
By Bonnie Grossen

Recurring Themes in Career Counseling of Gifted and Talented Students
By Meredith J. Greene

Discovering and Nurturing Mathematical Talent: A Closer Look at past and Current Research About Mathematically Talented Children
By Rebecca L. Pierce

Dealing With the Needs of Underachieving Gifted Students in a Suburban School District: What Works
By Ceil Frey

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 93, April 2002

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Talent Development

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THE CONCEPTUAL DIALECTIC MODEL

Editor’s Reflections:  The Conceptual Dialectic
By Michael Clay Thompson

What You Need to Know About Individualizing for Gifted in Your Schools
By Deborah L. Ruf

Testimony Submitted for the Record
The National Network of Families with Gifted Children

Identifying and Nurturing Talent for All Students:  A Conversation with Robert J. Sternberg

A Closer Look at past and Current Research About Mathematically Talented Children
By Rebecca L. Pierce

What We Can Learn From Foreign Language Teaching In Other Countries
By Ingrid Pufahl, Nancy Rhodes, and Donna Christian

THE CONCEPTUAL DIALECTIC MODEL

Editor’s Reflections:  The Conceptual Dialectic
By Michael Clay Thompson

What You Need to Know About Individualizing for Gifted in Your Schools
By Deborah L. Ruf

Testimony Submitted for the Record
The National Network of Families with Gifted Children

Identifying and Nurturing Talent for All Students:  A Conversation with Robert J. Sternberg

A Closer Look at past and Current Research About Mathematically Talented Children
By Rebecca L. Pierce

What We Can Learn From Foreign Language Teaching In Other Countries
By Ingrid Pufahl, Nancy Rhodes, and Donna Christian

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 94, May 2002

Author:

Subjects: Parenting; Math; Gifted Education/Guidance

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GREEKS IN A ROMAN LAND

Editor’s Reflections:  Greeks in a Roman Land
By Michael Clay Thompson

Inclusive and Authentic Gifted Education for English Language Learners: The San Diego Experience

Activating Your Young Child’s Potential in Mathematics
By Marsha Landau

Helping Your Highly Gifted Child, ERIC EC Digest #E477
By Stephanie S. Tolan

Reflections on Counseling Gifted Adults
By Annemarie Roeper

Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted Adults and Children
By Deborah L. Ruf

GREEKS IN A ROMAN LAND

Editor’s Reflections:  Greeks in a Roman Land
By Michael Clay Thompson

Inclusive and Authentic Gifted Education for English Language Learners: The San Diego Experience

Activating Your Young Child’s Potential in Mathematics
By Marsha Landau

Helping Your Highly Gifted Child, ERIC EC Digest #E477
By Stephanie S. Tolan

Reflections on Counseling Gifted Adults
By Annemarie Roeper

Social and Emotional Needs of Gifted Adults and Children
By Deborah L. Ruf

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 95, June 2002

Author:

Subjects: Parenting; Underachievers; Diversity; Gifted Education/Guidance; English Language Learning

Order code: OGC95

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TOPICS

Editor’s Reflections:  Topics in Gifted Education
By Michael Clay Thompson

Underachievement Among Gifted Minority Students:  Problems and Promises, ERIC Digest #E544
By Donna Y. Ford and Antoinette Thomas

Acceleration for Gifted Children: An Interview with W. Thomas Southern,
Conducted by Paula Olszewski-Kubilius

Talents, Schooling, and English Language Learners
U.S. Department of Education

The Emotional Needs of the Gifted Child
By Annemarie Roeper

The Do’s and Don’ts for Raising Gifted Kids
By Deborah L. Ruf

TOPICS

Editor’s Reflections:  Topics in Gifted Education
By Michael Clay Thompson

Underachievement Among Gifted Minority Students:  Problems and Promises, ERIC Digest #E544
By Donna Y. Ford and Antoinette Thomas

Acceleration for Gifted Children: An Interview with W. Thomas Southern,
Conducted by Paula Olszewski-Kubilius

Talents, Schooling, and English Language Learners
U.S. Department of Education

The Emotional Needs of the Gifted Child
By Annemarie Roeper

The Do’s and Don’ts for Raising Gifted Kids
By Deborah L. Ruf

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 96, July 2002

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Creativity; Diversity

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CREATIVITY EVALUTION

Editor’s Reflections:  Evaluation
By Michael Clay Thompson

Creativity as an Elusive Factor in Giftedness
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska, Ed.D.

Fourth Down and Inches
By Carolyn Callahan

High Performing Schools Serving Mexican American Students: What They Can Teach Us
By Alicia Paredes Scribner and Jay D. Scribner

EQ and the IQ Connection
By Deborah L. Ruf

Definitions of Giftedness
By Judith Hewton

CREATIVITY EVALUTION

Editor’s Reflections:  Evaluation
By Michael Clay Thompson

Creativity as an Elusive Factor in Giftedness
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska, Ed.D.

Fourth Down and Inches
By Carolyn Callahan

High Performing Schools Serving Mexican American Students: What They Can Teach Us
By Alicia Paredes Scribner and Jay D. Scribner

EQ and the IQ Connection
By Deborah L. Ruf

Definitions of Giftedness
By Judith Hewton

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 97, August 2002

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Talent Development; Blake, William

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WILLIAM BLAKE—GIFTED MYSTIC

Editor’s Reflections:  William Blake: Mystic in Paradise
By Michael Clay Thompson

Website Discussions of Giftedness
From NAGC of Great Britain

Unevenly Gifted: Ability Disparities Are Like A Disability
By Deborah L. Ruf, Ph.D.

Introversion: The Often Forgotten Factor Impacting the Gifted
By Jill D. Burruss and Lisa Kaenzig

Talent Development in Gifted Education, ERIC Digest #E610
By John F. Feldhusen

WILLIAM BLAKE—GIFTED MYSTIC

Editor’s Reflections:  William Blake: Mystic in Paradise
By Michael Clay Thompson

Website Discussions of Giftedness
From NAGC of Great Britain

Unevenly Gifted: Ability Disparities Are Like A Disability
By Deborah L. Ruf, Ph.D.

Introversion: The Often Forgotten Factor Impacting the Gifted
By Jill D. Burruss and Lisa Kaenzig

Talent Development in Gifted Education, ERIC Digest #E610
By John F. Feldhusen

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 98, September 2002

Author:

Subjects: Gender Issues; Gettysburg Address; Gifted Education/Curriculum; Talent Development; Gifted Education/Guidance

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LINCOLN’S TEN SENTENCES OF GETTYSBURG

Editor’s Reflections: Lincoln’s Ten Sentences
By Michael Clay Thompson

“Mathematics for All” Must Include High-Ability and Highly Motivated
By Glenda Lappan

Gender and Genius
By Barbara Kerr. Ph.D.

Curriculum Compacting: A Necessity for Academic Advancement
By Del Siegle

Over-identification of ADD/ADHD in the Gifted
By Deborah L. Ruf, Ph.D.

Mentor Relationships and Gifted Learners, ERIC Digest #E486
By Sandra L. Berger

Talent Development in Gifted Education, ERIC EC Digest #E610
By John F. Feldhusen

Counseling Gifted and Talented Students
By Nicholas Colangelo

LINCOLN’S TEN SENTENCES OF GETTYSBURG

Editor’s Reflections: Lincoln’s Ten Sentences
By Michael Clay Thompson

“Mathematics for All” Must Include High-Ability and Highly Motivated
By Glenda Lappan

Gender and Genius
By Barbara Kerr. Ph.D.

Curriculum Compacting: A Necessity for Academic Advancement
By Del Siegle

Over-identification of ADD/ADHD in the Gifted
By Deborah L. Ruf, Ph.D.

Mentor Relationships and Gifted Learners, ERIC Digest #E486
By Sandra L. Berger

Talent Development in Gifted Education, ERIC EC Digest #E610
By John F. Feldhusen

Counseling Gifted and Talented Students
By Nicholas Colangelo

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 99, October 2002

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education; Diversity

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25 WAYS TO DEFEAT GIFTED CHILDREN

Editor’s Reflections:  25 Ways to Defeat Gifted Children
By Michael C. Thompson

Teaching Methods: The Missing Link in Educational Reform
By Jeffrey T. Stroebel

Standards of Learning and Gifted Education: Goodness of Fit
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

Proficiency Is Not Enough
By Carol Ann Tomlinson

Challenging Schools’ Expectations of Native American Students
By James Raborn

Building Academically Strong Gifted Programs in Rural Schools, ERIC Digest ED308060
By Anna Luhman and Ronald Fundis

If You’re So Smart, Why Do You Need Counseling?
By Deborah L. Ruf

25 WAYS TO DEFEAT GIFTED CHILDREN

Editor’s Reflections:  25 Ways to Defeat Gifted Children
By Michael C. Thompson

Teaching Methods: The Missing Link in Educational Reform
By Jeffrey T. Stroebel

Standards of Learning and Gifted Education: Goodness of Fit
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

Proficiency Is Not Enough
By Carol Ann Tomlinson

Challenging Schools’ Expectations of Native American Students
By James Raborn

Building Academically Strong Gifted Programs in Rural Schools, ERIC Digest ED308060
By Anna Luhman and Ronald Fundis

If You’re So Smart, Why Do You Need Counseling?
By Deborah L. Ruf

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 100, November 2002

Author:

Subjects: Language Arts; Testing; Gifted Education/Curriculum

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LET THEM EAT CHEWING?

Editor’s Reflections:  Let Them Eat Chewing
By Michael Clay Thompson

Profoundly Gifted Child: One Profoundly Gifted Kid’s Story
By Deborah L. Ruff

The Future Problem Solving Program
By Marion Rogalla

Rethinking Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment in Gifted Education at the End of the Millennium
By James Borland

Why Should I Have My Child Tested?
By Carolyn Kottmeyer

Differentiating the Language Arts for High Ability Learners, ERIC Digest #E640
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

LET THEM EAT CHEWING?

Editor’s Reflections:  Let Them Eat Chewing
By Michael Clay Thompson

Profoundly Gifted Child: One Profoundly Gifted Kid’s Story
By Deborah L. Ruff

The Future Problem Solving Program
By Marion Rogalla

Rethinking Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment in Gifted Education at the End of the Millennium
By James Borland

Why Should I Have My Child Tested?
By Carolyn Kottmeyer

Differentiating the Language Arts for High Ability Learners, ERIC Digest #E640
By Joyce Van Tassel-Baska

Our Gifted Children Magazine: Volume 101, December 2002

Author:

Subjects: Gifted Education

Order code: OGC101

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KNOWLEDGE, THINKING, AND MEANING

Editor’s Reflections: Knowledge, Thinking, and Meaning
By Michael Clay Thompson

NRC/GT Looks at Self-Reflection of Classroom Practices
By E. Jean Gubbins

Educational Therapy for The Gifted: The Chicago Approach
By Leland K. Baska

Meeting the Needs of Gifted and Talented Students: An Interview with Nancy Hertzog
By Peggy Patten, Parent news for January-February 2002

KNOWLEDGE, THINKING, AND MEANING

Editor’s Reflections: Knowledge, Thinking, and Meaning
By Michael Clay Thompson

NRC/GT Looks at Self-Reflection of Classroom Practices
By E. Jean Gubbins

Educational Therapy for The Gifted: The Chicago Approach
By Leland K. Baska

Meeting the Needs of Gifted and Talented Students: An Interview with Nancy Hertzog
By Peggy Patten, Parent news for January-February 2002

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