Jeff Danielian, MA

Jeff Danielian

Jeff is the Teacher Resource Specialist for the National Association for Gifted Children. He is a middle school teacher of natural science in Providence, Rhode Island. He received his Masters degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Connecticut. As Teacher Resource Specialist for The National Association for Gifted Children, he is able to work from his Rhode Island home base on many exciting projects, including being editor-in-chief of Teaching for High Potential, co-authoring the bi-monthly column Connecting for High Potential and writing the monthly column The Teacher's Corner. Jeff is also the author of Enriching the Young Naturalist, a curriculum guide for science teachers, and The Best Young Adult Books Contest, both from Prufrock Press. He has presented 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.

He presents on characteristics of gifted students, implementing gifted programming standards, gifted education strategies and assessment, advocacy, parent/teacher communication, and creativity/problem solving.

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