Author Archives: Richelle Benjamin

Tracing the Relationship between Gifted Education and the Needs of a Country

Richelle Benjamin Professor Jack Dougherty EDUC 300 3 May 2012 Tracing the Relationship between Gifted Education and the Needs of a Country INTRODUCTION The gifted child in American education is the child who exhibits a high level of intelligence and … Continue reading

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Presentation: Gifted Ed

Research Question “How have the goals and methods of gifted education changed since the 1930s? What do these goals and methods say about the intended purpose of gifted education?” Thesis Gifted education is linked to the country at large, morphing … Continue reading

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Richelle’s draft essay

Richelle Benjamin Professor Jack Dougherty EDUC 300 20 April 2012 “How have the goals and methods of gifted education changed since the 1950s? What do these goals and methods say about the intended purpose of gifted education?” The gifted child … Continue reading

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Goals and Methods of Gifted Education

Richelle Benjamin Professor Jack Dougherty EDUC 300 4 April 2012 Research Proposal “How have the goals and methods of gifted education changed since the 1950s? What do these goals and methods say about the intended purpose of gifted education?” Gifted … Continue reading

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Using Housing to Bridge the Achievement Gap

HARTFORD, CT— On Monday, February 27, 2012, the Connecticut Association for Human Services hosted a public forum entitled “Opportunity in Connecticut: The Impact of Race, Poverty and Education on Family Economic Success.” Panelists with different backgrounds in housing, human rights, … Continue reading

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Plagiarism is Bad

Example 1: Plagiarize the original text by copying portions of it word-for-word. An economist who studied the teacher evaluation systems in New York City and Houston found that the average “margin of error” of a New York City teacher was plus … Continue reading

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