College for Professional Studies
Master of Education
School of Education and Counseling
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
In this research project, the author presents an enrichment curriculum that will be implemented in the Denver Summerbridge 6 week summer school program. Denver public school students choose to attend this program because they are seeking academic enrichment during the summer. They seek enrichment from Denver Summerbridge because most supplementary programs at their home schools focus on closing the achievement gap and increasing standardized test scores, rather than offering a structured enrichment program for gifted students. The curriculum presented in Chapter 4 provides a framework for a 9th grade literacy classroom. The author attempted to strike a balance between reviewing fundamental reading and writing skills and providing a true enrichment environment where students are challenged to grow as independent learners.
Date of Award
© Katie Holz-Russell
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Holz-Russell, Katie J., "Implementation of a Reading Curriculum in a 6 Week Summer Enrichment Program" (2007). All Regis University Theses. 62.