The Roeper Review was founded by George and Annemarie Roeper in 1978. Its mission is to publish thought-provoking, informative articles that deal with research, observation, experience, theory and practice as they relate to the growth, emotions, and education of gifted and talented learners and to the cultures in which they live. The quarterly, peer-reviewed journal is edited by Don Ambrose, professor of graduate education at Rider University. Both hard copy and online subscriptions are available from Routledge, an academic imprint of the Taylor and Francis Group. Subscriptions or individual articles may be purchased at Taylor & Francis Online.
Sponsoring Presentations and Workshops
The Roeper Institute sponsors periodic presentations/workshops on a variety of topics in the field of gifted education. Presenters have included members of the Roeper Review Editorial Advisory Board and noted gifted education experts Donald Ambrose, Jim Delisle, Stephen Schroeder-Davis, and Dr. Joyce VanTassel-Baska. In honor of the Roeper School's 75th anniversary, The Roeper Institute and the Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights at Wayne State University Law School co-sponsored A Matter of Equity, a day-long symposium for Detroit educators and policy-makers on identifying and educating underserved gifted children.
Due to a generous grant from the Malone Family Foundation, The Roeper Institute documented the Qualitative Assessment Method of Annemarie Roeper. It is available to educators and researchers in the field of gifted education. For ordering information, contact email@example.com. Note that viewing or possession of the QA materials does not entitle an individual to claim certification in the QA Method.
The Roeper Institute has published books and other materials based on Roeper Review content. In 2013, The Roeper School: A Model for Holistic Development of High Ability, a book edited by Professor Ambrose and colleagues, was published by SensePublishers. The book includes descriptions of the multidimensional education provided at The Roeper School, with chapters contributed by leading researchers and theorists in the field of gifted education as well as by teachers, administrators, alumni, and students of the school.