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OAGC Publications

The OAGC publishes several informational brochures along with quarterly and annual articles dealing with gifted education. Below is a list of publications and additional information.

OAGC Review

The OAGC Review is a 40 page publication which is sent to all OAGC members, three times a year. All pertinent association information for the upcoming quarter including scholarship and conference deadlines, advocacy updates, regional and division news, and timely articles are included in the OAGC Review. The most recent issues of the Review are held as a membership benefit in the 'general members only' section of the site.

OAGC Summer Journal

While the OAGC Review (including the OAGC Summer Journal) is typically available only to OAGC members, OAGC is allowing the public to view the inaugural edition. The Summer Journal is geared for more scholarly articles that we are unable to print in our quarterly OAGC Reviews. It is an excellent opportunity for individuals to have their research published. We are accepting articles year round with a final deadline of May 15 each year. Please click here for submission requirements.

OAGC Content Deadlines

If you wish to submit an article to the OAGC Review, please review the submission guidelines. The deadline for content submission is as follows: 

  • Spring Issue - February 15
  • Fall Issue - June 15
  • Winter Issue - November 15

 

Permission to Print Forms Advertising

To advertise in the OAGC Review, contact send an email to executivedirector@oagc.com. You may download a Request to Advertise here. OAGC Advertsing deadlines are the same as content deadlines (2/15, 6/15, and 11/15) 

 

OAGC's What to Expect Series
OAGC Parent Handbook

What to Expect When... You're Raising a Gifted Child

While every child is unique, children who have been identified as gifted often share similar characteristics. The purpose of this booklet is to provide parents with information about how giftedness is identified, the characteristics of gifted children, educational options, advocacy methods, and extracurricular learning options which may be appropriate for your child.
OAGC Teacher Handbook

What to Expect When... You're Teaching a Gifted Child

While every child is unique, children who have been identified as gifted often share similar characteristics.

The purpose of this booklet is to provide parents with information about how giftedness is identified, the characteristics of gifted children, educational options, advocacy methods, and extracurricular learning options which may be appropriate for your child.