As a refereed journal, the aim of APEX is to disseminate essays, research reports and critical comments in the broad field of gifted and talented children.
Vol. 19, No. 1 2015
A tribute to Professor Roger Moltzen in recognition of his service to gifted education and as the recipient of the giftEDnz Te Manu Kotuku award.
A description of an exciting new model that can be used effectively in the teaching of gifted students. The main focus of this article is on the research evidence for this model.
This three year study investigated whether teachers held more accurate expectations for gifted or non-gifted students’ achievement in reading, and compared expectations for teachers involved in an intervention with those of control teachers.
This study describes early childhood teachers’ perspectives on giftedness based on data collected during research for a doctoral thesis.
A study on gifted teenage girls’ lived experiences of Facebook, utilising phenomenological research on the experiences of five female students in high profile leadership roles in their secondary schools.
A collective case study of three learners who have exceptional visual-spatial abilities relative to their age peers.
A description of the eight qualities of successful intelligence demonstrated by gifted Maori students who attended schools in one tribal area (Te Arawa) in Rotorua, New Zealand.
This article describes how theory and research have informed and changed understandings of, and identification procedures for, gifted Mäori students at one New Zealand high school.