Gifted Students (Parents/Guardians)
Gifted students have their own unique educational needs. Figuring out how to provide for those needs isn't always easy, because there aren’t any national or state standards for gifted identification. This course will cover some basics about gifted students and gifted education.
Karen Megay-Nespoli is an associate professor at St. Joseph’s College and the director of the graduate program in literacy and cognition. She has worked more than 10 years both in the classroom and as a consultant for gifted programs. As an advocate for gifted students, she serves on the Board of Directors of Advocacy for Gifted and Talented Students in New York State (AGATE). She has presented at a variety of international, national, state and local organizational conferences.