Gifted Conferences and Publications
Reffel, J. A., Monetti, D. M., & Wasieleski, D. T. (October, 2014). Life Lessons for Gifted Students. The SENGVine Newsletter: Growing Understanding of the Gifted. Issue 113.
Fulgham, S. M., & Shaughnessy, M. F. (2014, March-April). Q & A with ed tech leaders: Interview with David M. Monetti. Educational Technology, 54(2), 61-63.
Monetti, D. M., Reffel, J. A., & Breneiser, J. E. (2014). An Introductory Argot of Gifted Education. In G. S. Goodman (Ed.). Educational Psychology Reader: The art and science of how people learn (pp. 489-508). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
Reffel, J. A., Baker, K. A., Bailey, C. R., & Monetti, D. M. (2012). Creative and wise: A correlational analysis of student perceptions. Creative Learning Today, 19 (2), 9-11.
Monetti, D. M., Adams, K. S. & Reffel, J. A. (2013). Meeting the needs of gifted students: Strategies to effectively support teachers. Teaching for High Potential, Spring, 1, 12-14.
Reffel, J. A. (2013, November). Enhancing science creativity in the classroom: Using the best web resources/videos. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association for Gifted Children (Creativity Night), Indianapolis, IN.
Reffel, J. A. (2013, November). Creating a critical thinking community in the classroom: Techniques, strategies, questions, and assessments. Paper presented at the Innovations in Teaching and Learning Conference, Valdosta, GA.
Reffel, J. A., Monetti, D. M., Byrd, S. & Coffey, A. (2014, March). Using paradoxes to engage gifted learners. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Association for Gifted Children, Athens, GA.