Master's Field Project
This Masters Field Project for the International & Multicultural Education Department at the University of San Francisco serves to provide an incomplete, but fairly comprehensive guide to studies that describe the general educational situations of subcultures and underrepresented populations within the context of gifted education and the framework of human rights education. The programs within it adhere to the standards set for Residential Life at the Illinois Mathematics & Science Academy, follow Dr. Monisha Bajaj's six steps for a complete human rights education in the field while also incorporating Dabrowski's Theory of Disintegration.
Lough, Derek M., "Asynchronous Gifted Students & Human Rights Education: A Residential Life Curriculum Guide Aimed at Supporting Subcultures and Underrepresented Populations" (2017). Staff Publications & Research. 2.
Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Gifted Education Commons, Humane Education Commons, Junior High, Intermediate, Middle School Education and Teaching Commons, Other Teacher Education and Professional Development Commons, Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education Commons