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Gifted & Talented Children and their Needs

Romanoff Brenda

Dr Brenda Romanoff is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Special Education and Child Development at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. At the same time, she is a consultant for Charlotte Mecklenberg Schools for the Talent Development Program in the advisement of identification and service to students who are gifted. She also serves on the admissions board for the only gifted K-8 school in North Carolina.

She obtained her BS in Elementary Education and Learning Disabilities at Eastern Kentucky University, her MED in Special Education at Univeristy of Cincinnati and her Ph.D. in Special Education and Rehabiliation at University of Arizona.

She has published numerous research articles and curriculum guides. She has also participated in several conferences by presenting her research and giving lectures.

Romanoff Brenda
Leading and Managing the Promise of a Differentiated Classroom

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