Journal of Secondary Gifted Education

Articles from Vol. 12, No. 2, Winter

From the Editor's Desk
I am pleased to bring you this issue of the Journal of Secondary Gifted Education. We begin the issue with an interview with Joyce Van Tassel-Baska. Joyce is a leading figure in the field of gifted education who speaks and writes widely about a variety...
Interview with Joyce VanTasssel-Baska
Paula Olszewski-Kubilius: Joyce, you have been working in the field of gifted education for over 25 years. In your opinion, what have been the most significant changes that have occurred during that time? Joyce Van Tassel-Baska: One of the most...
Multi-Year Persistence of Nontraditional Students in an Academic Talent Development Program
Abstract Minority and low-income students traditionally have been under-represented in programs for the gifted. Researchers have suggested using multiple criteria/or identification of minority and low-income students and providing support for these...
Using Biography to Counsel Gifted Young Women
Abstract Gifted young women face a variety of important social and emotional issues throughout adolescence and passage into adulthood. This article presents a number of issues through four themes: gender role expectations, relationship-oriented...
Using Strategy Instruction and Self-Regulation to Improve Gifted Students' Creative Writing
Abstract In an extension of a previous investigation, we examined the effects of an instructional-package consisting of strategy instruction and self-regulation techniques on the story writing of two gifted, middle school students. Specifically,...