Academic Performance and Social Participation of Gifted and Talented Humanities Program Students, Hyak Junior High School, Bellevue, Washington
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Arts in Education (MEd)
Darwin J. Goodey
Second Committee Member
Glenn A. Madsen
Third Committee Member
Sydney L. Nesselroad
This investigation focused upon the academic and social achievement of identified gifted and talented students who participated in a special humanities program conducted within a traditional junior high school environment. Eighty-two students, ranging from the seventh grade through their sophomore year in college, returned questionnaires lending credence to the hypothesis that these youngsters generally continue to sustain their achievement level as they progress through life. Students' attitudes regarding gifted identification, motivation, peer relationships, and program preparation were discussed.
Herling, Eileen Casey, "Academic Performance and Social Participation of Gifted and Talented Humanities Program Students, Hyak Junior High School, Bellevue, Washington" (1980). All Master's Theses. 1789.
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Gifted Education Commons, Secondary Education Commons