Gifted Conferences and Publications

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Recent Publications:

Educational Technology

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.

Educational Psychology Reader

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.

Creative Learning Today

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. 

Teaching for High Potential

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.

Recent Presentations:

NAGC

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.

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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.

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GAGC 2014

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.

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Reffel, J. A., Monetti, D. M., Byrd, S. M., & Coffey, C. A. (2014, February). Gifted Males and Females: Shared and Distinct Challenges. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Council for Exceptional Children, Savannah, GA.

Monetti, D. M., Reffel, J. A., Coffey, C. A., & Byrd, S. M. (2014, February).  Being Misunderstood: Practical considerations to help gifted students better understand themselves and relate to their peers. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Council for Exceptional Children, Savannah, GA.

Byrd, S. M., Coffey, C. A., Reffel, J. A., & Monetti, D. M. (2014, February). The misdiagnosis and dual diagnosis of gifted children. Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Federation Council for Exceptional Children, Savannah, GA.

Coffey, C.A., Byrd, S.M., Monetti, D.M., & Reffel, J.A. (2014, February). Coping with the Stigma of Giftedness. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Georgia Council for Exceptional Children, Savannah, GA.