The Journal for the Education of the Gifted offers information and research on the educational and psychological needs of gifted and talented children.
Devoted to excellence in educational research and scholarship, the journal acts as a forum for diverse ideas and points of view on gifted education, counseling, and parenting. As an internationally distributed journal committed to the analysis and communication of knowledge and research on gifted children, the journal acts as a highly respected voice for those involved with gifted and talented children.
The Journal for the Education of the Gifted is the official publication of The Association for the Gifted (a division of the Council for Exceptional Children). This respected journal reports the latest research findings on topics such as:
- the characteristics of gifted children,
- evaluating effective schools for gifted children,
- gifted children with learning disabilities,
- the history of gifted education, and
- building successful gifted and talented programs.
The Journal for the Education of the Gifted publishes articles that present:
- original research with practical relevance to the education of the gifted and talented,
- theoretical position papers,
- descriptions of innovative programming and instructional practices for the gifted and talented based on existing or novel models of gifted education,
- reviews of the literature in areas pertinent to the education of the gifted and talented, and
- historical perspectives.
The Journal for the Education of the Gifted is committed to the analysis and communication of knowledge and research related to the field of gifted education. As the official publication of The Association for the Gifted (a division of the Council for Exceptional Children), this respected journal reports the latest research findings on topics such as the characteristics of gifted children, effective schools for gifted children, gifted children with learning disabilities, the history of gifted education, and building successful gifted and talented programs.
|Cheryll M. Adams||Ball State University, USA|
|Fred A. Bonner||Rutgers University, USA|
|Cecilia Boswell||Austin Creek Educational Systems, USA|
|Kimberley Chandler||At-Large Member|
|David Yun Dai||University at Albany, State University of New York, USA|
|Daria Danylchuk||University Transition Program, Vancouver, BC, Canada|
|Ken Dickson||Baltimore County Public Schools, USA|
|Elaine Dumas||Little Rock, AR, USA|
|Donna Y. Ford||Vanderbilt University, USA|
|Tarek C. Grantham||President Appointment|
|Tracy Inman||Parent Representative|
|Susan K. Johnsen||Baylor University, USA|
|Jennifer L. Jolly||University of New South Wales Sydney, Australia|
|Mary Cay Ricci||Montgomery County Public Schools, Rockville, MD, USA|
|Julia Link Roberts||University of Oxford, UK|
|Abdullah Aljughaiman||King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia|
|Laurence J. Coleman||University of Toledo, USA|
|Julie Dingle Swanson||College of Charleston, USA|
|Salvatore Mendaglio||University of Calgary, Canada|
|Franz J. Mönks||Professor Emeritus, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands|
|Maureen Neihart||National Institute of Education, Singapore|
|Paula Olszewski-Kubilius||Northwestern University, USA|
|Nancy Robinson||Professor Emerita, University of Washington, USA|
|Rena F. Subotnik||American Psychological Association, USA|
The Journal for the Education of the Gifted is the official journal of The Association for the Gifted, a Division of the Council for Exceptional Children. Its major purpose is communication of information about the needs of gifted and talented children. The Journal also serves as a forum for the exchange of diverse ideas and points of views on the education of the gifted and talented.
Articles that demonstrate a high degree of critical analysis in their treatment of salient themes relating to gifted and talented individuals will be given priority. The publication includes theoretical, descriptive, and research articles. The Journal solicits articles in the following categories:
- Original research with practical relevance to the education for gifted and talented individuals;
- Theoretical position papers;
- Descriptions of innovative programming and instructional practices for gifted and talented individuals based on existing or novel models of gifted education;
- Reviews of the literature in areas pertinent to the education of gifted and talented individuals; and
- Historical perspectives.
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jeg where authors will be required to set up an online account on the SAGE Track system powered by ScholarOne. Authors must submit manuscripts in the reference style specified in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Manuscripts average approximately 20–25 pages in APA style. To maintain anonymity during the blind peer-review process, authors are asked to supply a separate title page with the title of the manuscript, the names of the authors, the authors’ institutional affiliations, contact information and the date the manuscript is submitted. No identifying information should be included in the main document. An abstract of 100–150 words should accompany the manuscript.
Figures should be camera ready (saved as JPG, TIFF, or EPS files). All tables and figures should be submitted as a separate document to the SAGE Track system. Insert a location note of any tables at the appropriate place in the manuscript.
Authors are required to submit written permission from the original publisher to reprint copyright-protected material, including quoted material of 500 words or more from a single source (journal article or book).
Submission of a manuscript implies commitment to publish in this journal. Authors submitting manuscripts to the journal should not simultaneously submit them to another journal, nor should manuscripts have been published elsewhere in substantially similar content. Authors in doubt about what constitutes prior publication should consult the editors.
Jennifer L. Jolly and Jennifer H. Robins
Journal for the Education of the Gifted
University of Alabama
Gifted Education and Talent Development
Office Graves Hall, 215G
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487
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