NAGC Position Statements & White Papers
Position Statements and White Papers help clarify issues in gifted and talented education and set NAGC's position on these issues.
Jeff Danielian, Teacher Resource Specialist, is the Director of the La Salle Scholars Program in Providence, Rhode Island. He received his Masters degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Connecticut and works from his home base on many exciting projects, both web and print based. He works regularly with members to ensure that they have access to, and an understanding of, the resources available to them. Jeff is also the editor-in-chief of Teaching for High Potential, co-author of Connecting for High Potential and writes the monthly column, The Teacher's Corner. He also manages and coordinates the Javits-Frasier Teacher Scholarship.
In addition to his work for NAGC, Jeff is the author of Enriching the Young Naturalist, The Best Young Adult Books Contest, and The Reel Classroom, all from Prufrock Press. He presents at local, national, and international conferences on many topics including the affective needs of gifted and talented students, creativity and eminence, and the school/home connection.