Graduate Research Papers
Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Through a review of the literature, this study examined two areas of Jewish life which affect the development of giftedness: family values and evidence of educational excellence. The Renzulli Triad, a model of gifted education, was then examined as to the extent to which it would match and meet the specific needs of Jewish children as identified in the literature. From this study it can be concluded that cultural groups with strong family values can influence the talent development of their children.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Division of Education of the Gifted
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©1995 Gail E. Kenkel
Kenkel, Gail E., "The Jewish gifted child: Family and educational considerations" (1995). Graduate Research Papers. 2665.
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