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Carol Fertig

Carol Fertig

I have been active in the education community for more than 40 years and involved in gifted education for more than 20 years. At various times, I have been a classroom teacher, gifted education teacher, consultant, writer, editor—you name it. I live in Colorado, but also spend a fair amount of time in Chicago. I have two grown boys: one in Colorado and one in California. In my spare time, I enjoy skiing, mountain biking, and golfing. I also like to read, go to plays, and watch foreign movies. Feel free to send me an e-mail.

I am also the author of Raising a Gifted Child: A Parenting Success Handbook. This book offers a large menu of strategies, resources, organizations, tips, and suggestions for parents to find optimal learning opportunities for their gifted kids, covering the gamut of talent areas, including academics, the arts, technology, creativity, music, and thinking skills.

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Gifted Education Journals and Magazines

Saturday, December 17, 2005 - by CFertig - Category: Parents and Educators
Would you like to learn more about gifted education? One way to do this is to subscribe to a journal or magazine in the field. Here are some publications that you may want to consider.
Gifted Child Quarterly is published by the National Association for Gifted Children. This journal publishes original scholarly reviews of literature, research studies, and manuscripts that explore policy.
Gifted Child Today, a magazine for educators and parents, is published four times a year. It offers information about teaching and parenting gifted and talented children, including lesson ideas, program suggestions, new product announcements, and more.
Gifted Education Communicator is published by the California Association for the Gifted. This practitioner’s journal is issued four times each year. The primary target audiences are parents and educators of K-12 gifted children.
Imagine is for middle and high school students who want to take control of their learning and get the most out of their precollege years. Published five times a year, Imagine provides insights, information, and solid counseling to young, motivated readers.
Journal for the Education of the Gifted, a quarterly journal, is the official publication of The Association for the Gifted. It offers information and research on the educational and psychological needs of gifted and talented children.
Journal of Secondary Gifted Education is a quarterly journal that offers education professionals information needed for building effective programs for gifted adolescents and young adults. Articles address the unique issues related to gifted education during the middle school, high school, and undergraduate years.
Parenting for High Potential is a quarterly magazine designed for parents who want to develop their children’s gifts and talents.

Roeper Review (no website available)
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This resource is published four times a year and is for professionals who work with teachers and psychologists, and for professionals who work directly with gifted and talented children and their families.
Understanding Our Gifted is published four times a year and is filled with practical advice, social and emotional concerns, strategies to use at home and school, and educational options. It is written for parents, educators, and counselors.
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