Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Few would argue that there are children in every classroom who seem to be one step ahead of their peers. What is a teacher to do with and for these individuals who exhibit abilities and corresponding needs far beyond the average? How will their needs best be met? The answer--through the provision of defensible qualitatively differentiated curriculum--is one of the simplest responses and yet one of the most complex issues in the education of the gifted and talented.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
William Lee Waack
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©1996 Mary Meineke Schmidt
Schmidt, Mary Meineke, "Rubric assessment of defensible qualitatively differentiated curriculum for gifted and talented learners" (1996). Graduate Research Papers. 1460.