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Gifted Education

Gifted children

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A Study Of The Accelerated Program In The Chesterfield County School System, Charles Willard Krause Jul 1964

A Study Of The Accelerated Program In The Chesterfield County School System, Charles Willard Krause

Master's Theses

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The Principal's Part In Planning The Program For The Gifted Child, Jack Edwards Dickson Jul 1957

The Principal's Part In Planning The Program For The Gifted Child, Jack Edwards Dickson

Master's Theses

A major responsibility of school administration lies in recognizing current trends in education. One or the current major trends in education today is that or discovering, planning and providing for the gifted child. More than ever, men and women with ability are needed in positions of influence in all fields of human relations and technical know- ledge. To discover and develop talent and ability, and to facilitate their use for common good, must be a major objective of the school and community. "The democratic ideal can be most fully attained when every individual has opportunity for educational experiences commensurate with ...


Gifted Children, Annie Belle Dehart Atwill Jul 1942

Gifted Children, Annie Belle Dehart Atwill

Master's Theses

Intellectually gifted children constitute one of a nation's greatest natural resources. High intelligence is the most important single attribute of the human race. All progress of civilization has probably been achieved through persons possessing special talents, together with a superior mind; all future progress will also depend on such persons with ability.

This study is delimited, first, by selecting the demarcating place at a point that will include all children falling in the hundredth percentile; the one per cent of the elementary school population thnt can enrn a 140 I. Q. or above on the Stanford-Binet Scale.These children ...