Dr. Ann Robinson is the Past President of the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) and a former editor of Gifted Child Quarterly. She is currently a Professor of Educational Psychology and Director of the Center for Gifted Education at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Before she began working with teachers at the university level, she taught high school English and elementary enrichment classes in grades three through six in Washington and Indiana. Over the course of her academic career, Dr. Robinson has secured over $20 million in externally funded projects including three Jacob K. Javits demonstration projects in curriculum, instruction, and evaluation. She presents and consults internationally and has held visiting appointments at Wolfson College in the University of Cambridge; University of Brunel; Monash University; and the University of New South Wales.
- If You Build It, They Will Come: Advocating for Exemplary Gifted Programs
- Get a Life!—How You Can Differentiate the Classroom with Biography
- Pipelines, Pigs, and Pumping Stations: Creating the Structure for STEM Talents
- Can Innovation Save Gifted Education?
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