- What is the Focus of the GT Program? Johnsen, Susan // Gifted Child Today;Winter2002, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p5
Focuses on the objective of Gifted Teenagers (GT) program. Criticism on the strategies and identification process of the program by GT teachers; Assessment on the services of the program; Different effects of the program on GT education.
- From the Editor. Olszewski-Kubilius, Paula // Journal of Secondary Gifted Education;Fall2002, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p4
Introduces articles in the Fall 2002 issue of the 'Journal of Secondary Gifted Education.' Study of developmental task accomplishment among young adults; Peer relations of a young gifted Korean boy using a single intensive case study analysis; Ethnographic study of homework within a residential...
- Mentors sought for academically gifted. // South Carolina Business Journal;Mar94, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p6
Reports on South Carolina's need for industrial scientists and engineers to serve as mentors to academically gifted students in an apprenticeship program recommended by a South Carolina legislative committee. Aim of the program; Contact information.
- From the Editor's Desk. Olszewski-Kubilius, Paula // Journal of Secondary Gifted Education;Spring2002, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p94
Introduces series of articles depicting the secondary gifted education. 'Gender�Role Stereotyping and Career Aspirations: A Comparison of Gifted Early Adolescent Boys and Girls,' by Linda M. Raffaele Mendez and Kelly M. Crawford; 'The Moral Reasoning and Scientific Argumentation of Gifted...
- Teaching Strategies for Gifted Girls. // Gifted Child Today;Winter2002, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p6
Focuses on the teaching strategies on gifted girls. Factor affecting the academic achievement of gifted girls; Lists of recommendation of teaching strategies for gifted girls; Details of recommendations.
- Educational innovation: a gifted program at Beijing Number 8 high school. Jing-qiu Liu // Journal of Secondary Gifted Education;Winter98/99, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p69
Examines a secondary gifted program in Beijing, China. Program description; Screening and identification of students; Curriculum paradigm; Program faculty; Parental involvement; Student interviews; Outlook for the program.
- Multi-Year Persistence of Nontraditional Students in an Academic Talent Development Program. Worrell, Frank C.; Szarko, Julia E.; Gabelko, Nina H. // Journal of Secondary Gifted Education;Winter2001, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p80
Minority and low-income students traditionally have been underrepresented in programs for the gifted. Researchers have suggested using multiple criteria for identification of minority and low-income students and providing support for these students when they participate in gifted programs. This...
- Looking Outside and Inside: Self-Concept Development of Gifted Adolescents. Plucker, Jonathan A.; Stocking, Vicki B. // Exceptional Children;Summer2001, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p535
Examines the effectiveness of the internal/external frame of reference model in understanding gifted adolescents. Usefulness of the model in understanding academic self-concept development of gifted students; Types of self-concept models; Correlation between math and verbal achievement.
- The Impact of a Language Learning Task on Instructional Outcomes in Two Student Populations: High-Ability and Average-Ability Students. Nikolova, Of�lia; Taylor, Gregory // Journal of Secondary Gifted Education;Summer2003, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p205
This article examines the use of two different Spanish language learning tasks for students identified as high ability and average ability. Students were asked to read a short passage in Spanish on a computer screen and either use the glosses already provided for certain words to aid in...