TAG Updates

TAG Update, the quarterly newsletter of CEC-TAG, is an excellent resource for information, commentary, and other opportunities.

Summer 2017
How Do You Measure Up as an Advocate for Gifted Students? by Dr. Alicia Cotabish
Speaking Out: Speak Out Now!  by Dr. Julia Link Roberts

Spring 2017
Challenging Gifted Learners Through Engineering by Dr. Debbie Dailey
Speaking Out: Policies Matter by Dr. Julia Link Roberts
In Memoriam TAG Past President Tribute: Dr. Alexinia Young Baldwin by Ken Dickson

Winter 2017
Equitable Identification Practices  by Mary Cay Ricci
Speaking Out: Advocating — Advocating to Make a Difference  by Dr. Julia Link Roberts

Summer 2016
In Search of a Better Light: Illuminating Services for Twice-Exceptional Learners by Ken Dickson
Speaking Out: Advocacy — Advocating for Creative Thinking by Dr. Julia Link Roberts

Spring 2016
Professional Development Options for Helping Teachers Provide Optimal Educational Opportunities for Academically Diverse Learners Using Tiered Assignments, by Dr. Christine Weber
Speaking Out: Advocating — Staying Involved as the Every Student Succeeds Act Takes Shape by Dr. Julia Link Roberts
Double Lines: Twice-Exceptional: Four Directions by Dr. Claire Hughes

Winter 2016
What a Child Doesn’t Learn by Dr. Tracy Inman
Speaking Out: Advocating — Elementary and Secondary Education Act  by Dr. Julia Link Roberts
Double Lines: Double Awards . And the Oscar Goes to… by Dr. Claire Hughes
Fostering a College-Going Culture for First-Generation Gifted Middle School Students by Ms. Melanie Lichtenstein
Serving Twice-exceptional Students in an Inclusive Classroom Setting by Renae Black, Amy Frields, Diane Krug, and Stephanie Snell

Fall 2015
Advocating for Policy to Make a Difference by Dr. Julia Link Roberts
Answers for the Administration: Focusing on the Needs of Special Populations of Gifted Learners Through Professional Development by Dr. Kimberley Chandler
Double Lines: With Apologies to Hamlet: 2e or Not 2e,That Is the Question by Dr. Claire Hughes

Summer 2015
Gifted Students Can Become Self-Determined, Too by Dr. Jennifer Ritchotte
Answers for the Administrator by Dr. Kimberley Chandler
Double Lines: Multiple Headlines, Multiple Issues, Multiple Waves by Dr. Claire Hughes
Speaking Out: Advocacy – What Is Your Message?  by Dr. Julia Link Roberts
Gifted Tips and Teacher Tricks: The Culturally Responsive Educator of the Gifted  by Ms. Melanie Lichtenstein

Spring 2015
Double Lines: Parallel Tracks and Intersections by Dr. Claire E. Hughes
Answers for the Administrator by Dr. Kimberley Chandler
Speaking Out: Advocacy – Time to Advocate for Academic Excellence by Dr. Julia Link Roberts
Gifted Tips and Teacher Tricks: Retaining and Engaging the Gifted Culturally Diverse Students  by Ms. Melanie Lichtenstein

Winter 2015
Excerpt from Increasing Diversity in Gifted Education: Research-based Strategies for Identification and Program Services by Monique Felder, Gloria Taradash, Elise Antione, Mary Cay Ricci, Marisa Stemple, and Michelle Byamugisha
Answers for the Administrator by Dr. Kimberley Chandler
Double Mindsets by Dr. Claire E. Hughes
Speaking Out: Advocacy by Dr. Julia Link Roberts
Gifted Tips and Teacher Tricks by Ms. Melanie Lichtenstein

Fall 2014
TAG Books: Resources for Working with Underserved Populations of Gifted Students
Abstracts for Journal for the Education of the Gifted

Summer 2014
 TAG Needs Your Title, Time, and Talent!  by Dr. Claire Hughes
Doubly-Different by Dr. Claire Hughes

Winter 2014
 The Revised CEC/NAGC Initial Preparation Standards by Dr. Susan Johnsen
CEC-NAGC Initial Standards
In Memory of James J. Gallagher (1926-2014)

Fall 2013
Introduction from Effective Program Models from Underserved Populations edited by Dr. Cheryll Adams and Dr. Kimberley Chandler
In Memory of Laurence (Larry) Joseph Coleman (1941-2013) by Dr. Susan Johnsen
Double Mindsets by Dr. Claire E. Hughes
Recent Litigation Related to Gifted Education: McFadden V. Board of Education for Illinois School District U-46
The CEC-TAG Diversity Award
Five Reasons Gifted Education Advocates Must Take Their Message to Congress by Ms. Kim Hymes

Summer 2013
Equity in STEM Talent Development for Ethnic Minority Students by Ms. Kristina Collins, Ms. Dawn Curry, Ms. Kathleen Marks, and Dr. Tarek Grantham
Double (and Triple) Limbo by Dr. Claire E. Hughes
TALENT Act Charts New Course for Gifted, High-Ability Students: CEC-Endorsed Bill Focuses on Teacher Development, Closing the “Excellence Gap” by Ms. Kim Hymes
Award Presented at CEC Conference: Gloria Taradash

Winter 2013
Affective Curriculum and Instruction for Gifted Learners by Dr. Joyce Van Tassell-Baska
Double Differentiation: Teaching the Twice-Exceptional Child by Dr. Claire Hughes
A Preschooler’s Advice: Empowering Our Youngsters by Dr. Charissa Owens

Fall 2012
The Underachieving Gifted Child: Recognizing, Understanding, and Reversing Underachievement by Dr. Del Siegle
Did Obama’s Win Signal Change for Education in Second Term? by Ms. Kimberly Hymes
Double Speak: The Language of the Twice-Exceptional by Dr. Claire Hughes
Empowering Gifted Potential in Early Learners, Part 3: Affirmative Risk Taking by Dr. Charissa Owens

Summer 2012
The Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentuckyby Dr. Julia Roberts
Double Systems by Dr. Claire Hughes
Empowering Gifted Potential in Early Learners, Part 2: Dissonance by Dr. Charissa Owens
Turning Crisis Into Opportunity: Connecting Gifted Education Advocates with Congress by Ms. Kimberly Hymes

Spring 2012
Empowering Gifted Potential in Early  Learners, Part 1: Ownership by Dr. Charissa Owens
Double Lines by Dr. Claire Hughes
Federal Commitment to Gifted Education Dwindles as Funding Is Eliminated by Ms. Kimberly Hymes

Winter 2012
A Call to Action by Dr. Jennifer Jolly and Dr. Julia Roberts

Fall 2011
Effective Practices by Dr. Cheryll Adams and Dr. Cecelia Boswell
U.S. Is Leaving Talent on the Table Education Experts Say

Summer 2011
Factors That Impact Gifted CLD Learners’ Response to Curriculum and Instruction by Dr. Tamra Stambaugh and Dr. Kim Chandler

Spring 2011
Response to Intervention for Gifted Learners by Dr. Claire Hughes, Dr. Karen Rollins, and Dr. Mary Ruth Coleman
Reflections of a First-Time CEC Conference Attendee by Dr. Kim Chandler
TALENT Act: To Aid Gifted and High-Ability Learners by Empowering the Nation’s Teachers Act

Winter 2011
Reversing Underachievement Among Gifted Black Students – Again! by Dr. Donna Ford

Fall 2010
Building a Village to Support Twice-Exceptional Learners by Dr. Charissa Marrah-Owens

Summer 2010
Gifted Students Need Your Help by Ms. Kimberly Hymes

Spring 2010
Balancing Act: Supporting Twice-Exceptional Learners by Dr. Charissa Marrah

Winter 2010
Growth in Achievement in Advanced Student
Parent Corner by Dr. Gloria Taradash

Fall 2009
Response to Intervention

Summer 2009
Advanced Teacher Education Standards by Dr. Susan Johnsen

Spring 2009
Evidence-Based Practices for Culturally Responsive Gifted Education  by Dr. Cheryll Adams
In Memoriam: Stuart Alton Tonemah

Fall 2008
Puerto Rico’s Journey with Gifted Children (Part 2)  by Dr. Ana Miro

Summer 2008
Puerto Rico’s Journey with Gifted Children (Part 1)  by Dr. Ana Miro

Spring 2008
Policy and Legislative Issues: Their Effects on Gifted and Talented Students  by Dr. Susan Johnsen

Winter 2008
Position Paper on Growth Model Pilot Program

Fall 2007
The Association for the Gifted Preconference Symposium

Summer 2007
Upcoming SEVA/TAG Conference
Journal for the Education of the Gifted

Spring 2007
Responding to the Reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Act  by Dr. Susan Johnsen

Winter 2007
Guidebooks for Implementing National Teacher Education Standards in Gifted Education  by Dr. Susan Johnsen

 

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