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Carroll College

1987

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The Learning Disabled And Computer-Assisted-Lnstruction, Sarah Kimm Apr 1987

The Learning Disabled And Computer-Assisted-Lnstruction, Sarah Kimm

Education Undergraduate Theses

Not all children can learn at the same rate or through the same methods. Everyone, whether adult or child, male or female, has areas in which they are gifted, average, and deficient. In one way or another, individuals learn to compensate for those areas in which they are impaired. Truly, not everyone can be a Babe Ruth, Albert Einstein, or George Washington; however, when a child's handicap affects his ability to learn, and he knows of no methods to help him compensate for this academic loss, something must be done to help the child. All children are at different ...


Self-Concepts Of Gifted Children Grades Five Through Nine, Renee Walchuk Apr 1987

Self-Concepts Of Gifted Children Grades Five Through Nine, Renee Walchuk

Education Undergraduate Theses

As our society changes, the need for persons who have the intelligence and abilities to meet the requirements of the ever-expanding world in which we live increases. It is with this need in mind that gifted children have become a major focal point of education today. To ensure the educational opportunities for gifted students, schools have developed special classes to challenge these bright children and enhance their intellectual fluency. The push for academic excellence is great. In an attempt to heighten these gifted children's abilities, it has become evident that their self-concept is a vital factor in their ability ...