Assoc. Prof. Hasan Said TORTOP
Genc Bilge Consultancy and Publishing, Istanbul, TURKEY. E-mail: email@example.com . Phone: + 90
Assoc. Prof. Hasan Said TORTOP was a Assoc. Prof. of Special Education in the School
of Education of Istanbul Aydin University, Istanbul, Turkey. in 2017-2019. Now he is General Manager of Genc Bilge Consultancy and Publishing Ltd. Co. He is researches
on science education in advanced learners, gifted education, special education
and curriculum and instruction at gifted education. Assoc. Prof. Tortop is an editor, assoc.
editor, consultant editor, and reviewer for more than 5 international journals
which are deal with gifted education, science education and higher education. He
has around 35 articles dealt with gifted and science education, which has been
published in national and international journals. Assoc. Prof. Tortop is head of Special Education Department at Istanbul Aydün University since January 2017. Besides, he is coordinator of Education
Program for the Gifted Students with University (EPGBU).
Research interests: Gifted education, science education in advanced learners, curriculum
and instruction at gifted education, higher education, environmental education.
Prof. Franz MONKS
Radboud University Nijmegen, NETHERLAND. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof.Dr. Franz J. Mönks became a member of the Department of Developmental Psychology at the Radboud University Nijmegen (The Netherlands) in 1962 and in 1967 he became full professor and head of the same department. In 1988 he was awarded a professorship on a newly established chair at the Radboud University Nijmegen The Development of Gifted Children, and he also became director of the newly founded Center for the Study of Giftedness (CSG) there. Mönks has published and edited numerous books and articles about developmental psychology and gifted education. In cooperation with Prof. Kurt Heller from the University of Munich (Germany), Prof. Robert Sternberg from Tufts University (USA), and Rena Subotnik from the American Psychological Association Center for Gifted Education Policy (USA), he is an editor of International Handbook of Giftedness and Talent, Second Edition (2000). Dr. Mönks was elected as president of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA) in 1992, and again in 1996; he was elected for the third time in 2004. He served as Vice-President of WCGTC from 1989 until his first election to the ECHA presidency. At present he is Professor Emeritus at Radboud University Nijmegen. He has been and is currently involved at the University of Münster (Germany) and the University of Antwerp (Belgium) in matters related to gifted education and gifted education research. In addition, he teaches courses throughout Europe leading to specialization in gifted education.
Research interests; gifted education
Prof.Dr. Hanna DAVID
Tel Aviv University (Emirata), ISRAEL. E-mail: email@example.com
David, PhD was born in Jaffa in 1952 to a father
immigrating to Israel from Vienna in 1938, and Hungarian mother, a survivor of
Auschwitz. Prof. David has become a popular counselor for gifted students, with
or without disabilities; a known expert of gifted education in Israel and
abroad, an often invited lecturer in national and international conferences and
meetings; an expert evaluator for the European commission, and a prolific
writer of 12 books and over 150 articles. She has taught in 5 other high education
institutions, including the MA counseling program at the Ben Gurion University,
and instructed many students in the fields of gifted education, developmental
psychology, cognitive psychology and educational psychology.
Research interests: Gifted education.
Prof. Dr. Ann ROBINSON
Gifted and Talented Education
Office: DKSN 419G
Office Phone: 501.569.3428
Ann Robinson is Professor of Educational Psychology and founding Director
of the Jodie Mahony Center for Gifted Education at the University of Arkansas
at Little Rock. She is a former editor of the Gifted Child Quarterly, served as
the Past President of the National Association for Gifted Children and
Distinguished Scholar, and received the Early Leader, the Early Scholar, and
the Distinguished Service Awards from the Association. In 2004, she and
co-author Sidney Moon received the Gifted Child Quarterly Paper Year Award for
a qualitative study, 'The National Study of State and Local Advocacy in Gifted
Education'. With Shore, Cornell and Ward, Ann co-authored Recommended Practices
in Gifted Education: A Critical Analysis which was identified as one of the 50
most influential works in Gifted Education by the Research and Evaluation
Division of the National Association for Gifted Children. She was a charter
board member of the Special Interest Group on Giftedness, Creativity and Talent
of the American Educational Research Association. In 2000, Ann was recognized
as the Purdue University Alumna of Distinction for the College of Education.
Her own institution honored her with the University Award of Faculty Excellence
in Research in 1999 and in 2012 and the University Award for Public Service in
2001. Ann is the Past President of the Arkansans for Gifted and Talented
Education, the Past President of the Arkansas Association of Gifted Education
Administrators, and is active in advocacy at the state and national levels. She
was honored by the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library for her
public service to Arkansas and was named A Visionary by The Arkansas Times in
2013. She has held visiting appointments at Cambridge University, at Brunel
University near London at the University of New South Wales in Sydney,
Australia and at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia.
interests: Gifted and Talented Education.
Editorial Board Members
Assoc. Prof. Hasan Said Tortop: (Scopus ID: 55220208300, h-index: 2) Genc Bilge
Consultancy & Publishing, Department of Manegement, İstanbul, Turkey.
Prof. Dr. Franz Mönks: (Scopus ID: 6603387601, h-index:3) Radboud University
Nijmegen, Department of Developmental Psychology, Gifted Education,
Prof. Dr. Ann Robinson: (Scopus ID: 7403386820, h-index: 9) University of
Arkansas, Deparment of Educational Psychology, Little Rock, USA.
Prof. Dr. Albert Ziegler: (Scopus ID: 7201553896, h-index: 16) University of
Erlangen, Department of Gifted Education, Erlangen, Germany.
Prof. Dr. Aikaterini Gari: (Scopus ID: 6506528959, h-index: 3) National and
Kapodistrian University of Athens, Department of Psychology, School of
Philosophy, Athens, Greece.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mojca Kukanja Gabrijelčič: (Scopus ID: 56017981100, h-index: 2) Faculty of
Education, Department of Educational Sciences, Unversity of Primorska, Slovenia.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jasna Arrigoni: (Scopus ID: 57156371600) Faculty of Teacher
Education, University of Rijeka, Croatia.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Prasart Nuangchalerm: (Scopus ID: 35099135800, h-index: 4) Mahasarakham
University, Department of Science Education, Mahasarakham, Thailand.
Assoc. Prof. Faruk Levent: Marmara University, Department of
Education Sciences, İstanbul, Turkey.
Assoc. Prof. Hatice Kadıoğlu Ateş: (Scopus ID: 57205343654) İstanbul Sabahattin Zaim
University, Department of Education Sciences, İstanbul, Turkey.
Tracy Ford Inman: Western Kentucky University, The Center for
Gifted Studies, Bowling Green, USA.
R. Ahmad Zaky El Islami: (Scopus ID: 57203096770, h-index: 1) Sultan Ageng
Tirtayasa University, Department of Teacher Training and Education,
Assoc. Prof. İlker İşsever, Istanbul University, Opera Department,
Hanna David: (Scopus ID: 16042165300, h-index: 2) Tel Aviv
University, Deparment of Gifted Education, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Elena Leonidovna Grigorenko: Yale School of Public Health,
Department of Psychology, Yale, USA.
Mag. Maruka Željeznov Seničar: Manager of MIB EDU, Slovenia.
Carmen Ferrandiz: (Scopus ID: 17433935900, h-index: 16) University of
Murcia, Department of Gifted Education, Murcia, Spain.
İsmail Satmaz: Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Gifted
Education, Çanakkale, Turkey.
Dr. Polonca Pangrčič: Vitomarci Primary School, Slovenia.
Dr. Hamza Omari Mokiwa: (Scopus ID: 56004704400, h-index:1) University of
South Africa, Deparment of Distance Education, South Africa.
Dr. Mesut Öztürk: (Scopus ID: 55220455200, h-index:1) Bayburt
University, Deparment of Maths Education, Bayburt, Turkey.
Dr. Rizhal Ristanto: University of Negeri Jakarta, Department of
Biology, Negeri Jakarta, Indonesia.
Dr. Abu Yazid Abu Bakar: (Scopus ID: 36631428900, h-index:3) University of Kebangsaan,
Department of Special Education, Bangi, Malaysia.
Dr. Derya Girgin: Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Department of
Educational Sciences, Çanakkale, Turkey.
J., Sutherland. (Scopus ID: 26032393100,
h-index:3) University of Glasgow, Department of Special Education,
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Che AHMED - School of Educational Studies - Universiti Sains Malaysia
Oluseyi Dada, University of Calabar, Department of Special Education, Nigeria
Budiyonu Saputro, Science Education, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education,
State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) Salatiga, Central Java, ID Scopus:
Ömer Erdimez, Adıyaman University, Special Education Department, Gifted
Education Division, Turkey
Meryem Çıldır, Teacher of Science and Center, Mathematics Education Division,
Prof. Suhail Al-Zoubi, Sultan Qaboos University, Department of Psychology, SCOPUS
ID: 35101436500, H: 2, Oman
Abdurrahman, Universitas Lampung,
Physics Education Deparment, SCOPUS ID: 57006623600, H: 3, Indonesia
Dr. Pakkapong Poungsuk, Department
of Agricultural Education, King Mongkut Institute of Technolody Latkrabang,
Rofiqul Umam, S.Si, M.Sc (Scopus ID: 57208302871, h-index: 2) School of Science
and Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan