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Dissertations for Gifted Education
Allday, Carrie Marie Mathis
Performance of students with exceptionalities in Florida Virtual SchoolPh.D. thesis, Oklahoma State University.
Bryant, Lorna Elizabeth
The academic and social implications of virtual learning environments for gifted high school students with an autism spectrum disorderPh.D. thesis, University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Buescher, Susan H.
Online Learning: Experiences and Perceptions of Gifted Middle School Students, Their Parents, and PrincipalsPh.D. thesis, University of Idaho.
Linked leadership: The role of technology in gifted education coordinators' approaches to informed decision makingPh.D. thesis, Bowling Green State University.
Fanning, Mary Ellen
Perceptions and Usage of an Online System in a Gifted and Talented ProgramPh.D. thesis, Walden University.
McCarty, Deanna J.
An investigation of using iPod fluency apps and repeated reading with self-recording for CLDE studentsPh.D. thesis, Northern Arizona University.
McGuire, Michelle S.
Technology as a tool: Uses in differentiated curriculum and instruction for gifted learnersPh.D. thesis, University of Southern California.
Miyares, Gloria M.
Underachieving Gifted Science Students and Multi-User Virtual EnvironmentsPh.D. thesis, Nova Southeastern University.
Riska, Patricia A.
The impact of SMART Board technology on growth in mathematics achievement of gifted learnersPh.D. thesis, Liberty University.
Stein, Kirsten L.
A qualitative narrative phenomenological study: Parental perceptions in choosing online educational classes for gifted childrenPh.D. thesis, University of Phoenix.
A phenomenological study of gifted adolescents and their engagement with one on-line learning systemPh.D. thesis, Rutgers The State University of New Jersey - New Brunswick.
Urquhart, Jill C.
Classroom teachers in online gifted professional development: Their wordsPh.D. thesis, University of Virginia.
Zimlich, Susan L.
Using technology in gifted and talented education classrooms: The teachers' perspectivePh.D. thesis, The University of Alabama.