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Toward a Nonelitist Conception of Giftedness.

  title={Toward a Nonelitist Conception of Giftedness.},
  author={D. Feldman},
  journal={Phi Delta Kappan},
  • D. Feldman
  • Published 1979
  • Psychology
  • Phi Delta Kappan
I shall call her Jenny. She sat in the middle of the fourth row. I noticed that she seemed to be reading instead of listening to me. In fact, she was so preoc cupied that her pale blue eyes did not stray from her social studies notebook as I ap proached her desk. When I got closer to her, I realized that Jenny was hiding a book inside the notebook I thought she was studying. She looked up as I stood beside her desk, as if to ask, "And what can I do for you now that you have dis turbed my… Expand
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