Publications

 

McIntosh, J. (In Press). Seagulls, treasure maps, and scurvy:  Sailing as a metaphor for differentiation. Teaching for High Potential. National Association for Gifted Children.


McIntosh, J. (2015). Gifted Program Evaluation: A Handbook for Administrators and Coordinators. Spiers Neumeister, K. & Burney, V. (2012), Roeper Review, 37:2, 111-112.


Gentry, M., Peters, S., Pereira, N., McIntosh, J., & Fugate, C. (2015). HOPE Teacher Rating Scale: Administration Manual. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

McIntosh, J. (2014). Differentiation (AKA ceiling demolition). In Marcia Gentry's Total School Cluster Grouping & Differentiation: A Comprehensive, Research-Based Plan for Raising Student Achievement & Improving Teacher Practices.Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.


McIntosh, J. (2014). Curriculum compacting: Organized common sense. In Marcia Gentry's Total School Cluster Grouping & Differentiation: A Comprehensive, Research-Based Plan for Raising Student Achievement & Improving Teacher Practices. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

Patrick, H., Gentry, M., Moss, J., & McIntosh, J. (2014). Motivation and gifted adolescents. In Dixon & Moon's (Eds.) The Handbook of Secondary Gifted Education. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.

VanTassel-Baska, J., McIntosh, J., & Kearney, K. (2014). Secondary affective curriculum and instruction for gifted learners. In Dixon & Moon's (Eds.) The Handbook of Secondary Gifted Education. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.


McIntosh, J. (2013, Winter). Becoming a genuine bloomarian. Teaching for High Potential.  National Association for Gifted Children.

Menonno, A., Wackerly, A., & McIntosh, J. (2013). Vets, pets, and me! Fat dogs and coughing horses elementary curriculum grades 1-3. Purdue University and National Institutes of Health.

Ruhl, J., Veatch, J., & McIntosh, J. (2013). Animal contributions to human health: Fat dogs and coughing horses high school curriculum, grade 9. Purdue University and National Institutes of Health.

McIntosh, J. (2011). The gap, the trap, and the high flyers flaps: A summary and analysis of three important studies focusing on excellence gaps in American education. Gifted Children: An Electronic Journal of the AERA SIG Research on Giftedness and Talent. 5 (1).