Full course description
About this Course
In this course, you will look at six different ways gifted students may present themselves. Each "type" shows how these characteristics can be beneficial or challenging for our students. You will also look at strategies and do a short case study on a student you have now or have had in the past, and reflect which type that seem to fit. Last, you will choose to further investigate one "type" and learn a bit more about this.
Gifted Competencies: A, D, E
Credit: 3 Contact Hours
Course Type: Self-paced Online Course
Course Level: Practitioner
Target Audience: Teachers working with gifted students.
Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of this course, teachers will recognize challenges that often are encountered by our gifted students. It will also provide strategies for teachers that give us "tools in our toolbox" to help our gifted population succeed, both academically and socially/emotionally.
- If you would like to pay by credit card, you can click on the Enroll buttons to gain immediate access to this course.
- If you would like to pay by purchase order (PO) or by personal check, please contact us to make arrangements. Please note that you will not gain access to this course until we receive your payment.
- Please contact: Sally Gibson 330-945-5600 x 511246
Meet the Instructor
My teaching experience began in Minnesota where I taught art for 12 years. After moving to Ohio, I earned a gifted license and taught gifted for 4 years. At that point, I became a gifted coordinator and have worked as a coordinator for the last 16 years in a few different areas of the state in that capacity.
I will be Summit ESC's gifted coordinator. I will also be helping out in other curriculum areas as needed since I also have a background in the visual/performing arts as well as gifted certification.
Some duties may include:
- Gifted identification/overseeing written education plans
- Helping/advising on acceleration requests
- Helping to ensure compliance with any ODE requests