JUST PUBLISHED! Fall 2010 Issue of Gifted Education Press Quarterly

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Featured Articles in the Fall 2010 Issue

1. Editorial Comments by Maurice Fisher  Need for a Resurgence in Creative Learning andTeaching.

2. Under-Representation and Gifted Education:  The More Things Change, the More They Must Not Stay the Same

Donna Y. Ford, Ph.D.     Peabody College of Education    Vanderbilt University

3. Gifted African-American Students’ Participation in Pre-Collegiate STEM Programs: High School Counselors as Advocates

Malik S. Henfield, Ph.D.   The University of Iowa

Tarek C. Grantham, Ph.D.   University of Georgia

4. Summary of Understanding Giftedness: A Chinese-Israeli Casebook (2009, Pearson Education)

Hanna David, Ph.D.    Ben Gurion University at Eilat, Israel

5. Should Special Education Programming for Gifted Students Be A Right or A Privilege?

Kim M. DeRonda     Stafford County, Virginia Public Schools

6. Giftedness as Intimations of Immortality

Michael E. Walters   Center for the Study of the Humanities in the Schools

 

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