This institute week will encourage new strategies for helping gifted students; build bridges to connect instruction with theory; and provide time for collaboration with professionals. Possible topics include creativity, motivation, management of gifted programs, research, etc.
Course: GFED 687
- Face-to-Face meeting dates: April 24 - 25, 2014, fulfilled by attending the PAGE conference held at Downtown Lancaster.
- For more information about the PAGE conference, please click here.
- Remainder of the course will be online from May 12 - June 6, 2014.
Carolyn Hoy holds a Master’s of Education in Gifted Education from Millersville University. She has worked as a secondary gifted support teacher for the last fifteen years. She is an adjunct professor in Millersville’s Gifted Masters/Certificate Program, and directed last summer’s Gifted Institute at Millersville University. A member of IU-13’s Gifted Steering Committee and PAGE conference committee, Carolyn has presented numerous times at Lancaster-Lebanon IU-13, as well as most recently at the Carbon-Lehigh Gifted Symposium and C-MITES in Radnor. She has been in education for 36 years, both in secondary education as an English teacher, as well as an English as a Second Language teacher. Working extensively with secondary students, Carolyn has led many college admissions essay and test preparation workshops. She is also a consultant for the Pennsylvania College Advising Corps.
To view the list of articles to be read before the PAGE conference, please click here.