The Research Division supports gifted and talented research as a means for advancing identification and services for gifted children, guiding parents of gifted learners, and training teachers of gifted students. It is the commitment of this division to encourage, evaluate and disseminate current research in the field of gifted education.
Research Division Officers
- Chair: Katie Lewis, Ed.D., Texas A&M International University; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Vice Chair: Mattie Oveross, E.A. Young Academy; email@example.com
- Secretary: Jennifer Gann, Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Publications: Matthew Fugate, Ph.D., University of Houston-Downtown; email@example.com
- Past Chair: Kathryn Pabst Schaeffer, Ed.D., Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Board Liaison: Debbie Troxclair, Ph.D., Lamar University, Beaumont; email@example.com
Are Gifted Children Getting Lost in the Shuffle?
Vanderbilt University: Research News
Search for Articles on Gifted Topics
Davidson Institute for Talent Development
Research on the Gifted: Find the Answers You Are Looking For Resources for Gifted Teachers
The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented
Webinar: Action Research Made Easier
Facilitated by Christina Dearman, Ph.D., the webinar explains why action research is important to the field of gifted education. Practical research informs gifted programming decisions and important everyday choices teachers make in the classroom. Action Research helps to answer the very questions you want to ask. A step-by-step process of conducting and reporting action research was provided and teacher-friendly templates to help solve and act upon research questions were shared.
- Archived Recording of the Webinar
- Handout - Action Research Made Easier
- PowerPoint - Action Research Made Easier