Call for Teachers, Researchers, and Parents: Write for NAGC Publications
Teachers! Are you proud of the innovative way you address the needs of gifted students in your school or classroom? Have you created a successful lesson or unit plan that aligns with the NAGC Pre-K-Grade 12 Gifted Programming Standards? Do you have a story to share about your participation in a Javits research study?
Researchers! What is your latest work on how gifted children learn, how they perceive their classroom or their peers, or what educational strategies are successful with high-ability students?
Parents! Have you uncovered a creative way to work with your school or community members to support your child's growth? Do you have a brief anecdote about "the lighter side" of life with high-ability children and youth? Have you recently read an engaging book about parenting or educating gifted children on which you want to share your opinions?
If so, we want to hear from you.
Gifted Child Quarterly
NAGC invites you to consider a submission for one of the association's quarterly publications. Each has its own writers guidelines; check the links below for further information.
NAGC's flagship scholarly journal offers new information and creative insights about giftedness and talent development in the context of the school, the home, and the wider society.
Submission Information for GCQ
Contact: Drs. D. Betsy McCoach and Del Siegle, Editors, GCQ
Parenting for High Potential
NAGC's quarterly magazine provides parents and teachers of high-ability children in grades K-8 with informative and practical parenting advice and resources for developing gifts and talents in all children.
Teaching for High Potential
Writer's Guidelines for PHP
Contact: Dr. Jennifer Jolly, Editor, PHP
NAGC's quarterly publication for K-12 educators provides accessible, classroom-based materials grounded in sound theory and current best practices in the field of gifted education.
Writer's Guidelines for THP
Contact: Jeffrey S. Danielian, Editor, THP
NAGC Books and e-Publishing
NAGC offers its members, and the education community in general, a wide variety of publications that share valuable information about gifted education, parenting, guidance and counseling, curriculum, advocacy, and program development. The NAGC Publications Committee coordinates the solicitation, review, and publication of materials deemed relevant and timely for parents, teachers, administrators, counselors, psychologists, and university personnel.
We invite you to consider publishing your research, ideas, strategies, and practices with NAGC. Your contribution will benefit children and foster a stimulating and supportive learning environment. In addition, your publication will reach a wide audience and your work will receive prompt attention and careful consideration.
NAGC welcomes ideas for new books that support parents and teachers working with gifted learners as well as research-based materials appropriate for teacher training programs and as general gifted education reference materials. Authors interested in publishing with NAGC should review the publications criteria before submitting a book proposal to NAGC.
Click here for more information about the categories of NAGC book publications as well as the submission requirements for each. We look forward to working with you!