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The National Association for Gifted Children is a membership organization that exists to support you as you nurture and educate your gifted children and students. Our membership is made up of parents and families, K-12 education professionals, and members of the research and higher education community. Parent memberships are just $59 and include subscriptions to Parenting Gifted Children (PHP) and Teaching for High Potential (THP). K-12 professionals can join for $119 and receive Gifted Child Quarterly, the academic journal for the field as well as PHP and THP.
Both memberships receive access to NAGC’s member only e-learning webinars and audio files for parents, teachers, and advocates for the gifted.
Parenting for High Potential
The quarterly magazine is for parents who want to make a difference in their children's lives. You will find advice, resources, and tools to help you successfully navigate through the joys and struggles of raising your gifted children.
Teaching for High Potential
Each issue is filled with practical guidance and classroom-based materials for educators striving to understand and challenge their high potential learners. Additional supporting resources are also provided for each article on the NAGC website.
Gifted Child Quarterly
Self-Regulation and the Underachieving Gifted Learners
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Help your student think about how they learn and work with them to create a plan for academic success. Case studies provide examples of underachieving students and how self-regulation can help them move forward.
The National Association for Gifted Children’s (NAGC) Select series examines practical issues in gifted education for teachers and parents.
32 pages, Authors: Alicia M. Welch, Jennifer L. Roth, Hillary H. Steiner, Martha M. Carr
See this and other NAGC Select books on the NAGC Bookstore
Self-Regulation and the Underachieving Gifted Learner
This NAGC Select explores self-regulation and how achievement for gifted students can suffer without it. Case studies are used to explore improving achievement through self-regulation learning interventions.
Authors: Alicia M. Welch and Jennifer L. Roth
Publisher: NAGC, 2015
Paperback, 40 Pages