Lynn Dare discusses the article, “Conceptualizing Concurrent Enrollment: Why High Achieving Students Go for It” Vol. 59 No. 4 October 2015. It can be downloaded from http://gcq.sagepub.com
Lisa Rubenstein discusses the article, “Lived Experiences of Parents of Gifted Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: The Struggle to Find Appropriate Educational Experiences” that appeared in Vol. 59 No. 4 October 2015. It can be downloaded from http://gcq.sagepub.com
Anne Frank Webb shares research she and her colleagues conducted on the effect of an enrichment writing course on writing self-efficacy. “Does Completing an Enrichment Writing Course Improve Writing Self-Efficacy of Talented Secondary Students” appears in Vol. 60 No. 1 January 2016. It can be downloaded from http://gcq.sagepub.com
Russell Warne shares reasons why he believes intelligence should be part of gifted education research. “Five Reasons to Put the g Back Into Giftedness: An Argument for Applying the Cattell-Horn-Carroll Theory of Intelligence to Gifted Education Research and Practice” appears in Vol. 60 No. 1 January 2016. It can be downloaded from http://gcq.sagepub.com
Del Siegle shares research he and his colleagues published in GCQ on the important role teachers have in making learning meaningful. “Honors Students’ Perceptions of Their High School Experiences: The Influence of Teachers” appears in Vol. 58 No. 1 Winter 2014. It can be downloaded from http://gcq.sagepub.com
Dr. Nancy Robinson was named Gifted Child Quarterly Reviewer of the Year during the 2015 NAGC conference in Phoenix, AZ. The award was presented on November 13, 2015 at the GCQ Editorial Review Board meeting. Pictured with Dr. Robinson are GCQ co-editors D. Betsy McCoach and Del Siegle.
Photo by Dr. Karen Westberg