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Research Study for Homeschooling Parents of Twice-Exceptional Children

Homeschooling Gifted and Twice-exceptional Children Study
·       Are you, or have you been, a homeschooling parent with a gifted or twice-exceptional child?
·       Have you had at least two years’ experience homeschooling?

If you answered yes to both of these questions, you may be eligible to participate in a research study.

The purpose of this research study is to explain the educational processes used by homeschooling families of gifted and twice-exceptional children.  The educational processes include the curriculum, instructional methods, and structure used in homeschooling.

The benefits of this study include helping to create a better understanding of the unique needs of gifted and twice-exceptional children and how parents are able to provide an educational experience that meets these needs.

Location: The study will be conducted through online chat applications.

Please contact Bridgette Whitlow-Spurlock at (719) 238-3443 or bwhitlowspurlock@liberty.edu for more information.

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