Education of the Gifted Endorsement
Tentative course schedule
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- Fall 2015
ELEMECML 4154/5154 The Gifted and Talented -- 3 unit(s)
Educational needs of gifted and talented children and youth. Emphasis on characteristics, identification/assessment, special populations, counseling, parenting and program intervention.
Satisfies state requirements: Psychology of the gifted, Social Needs of the gifted, Emotional Needs of the gifted and Prekindergarten-12 identification of gifted studentsCourse details
ELEMECML 4156/5156 Educational Strategies for Gifted and Talented -- 3 unit(s)
Current trends in educational programming for the gifted and talented. Prescription, implementation and evaluation of differentiated curriculum/educational strategies used in the comprehensive program.
Satisfies state requirements: Programming for the gifted, Differentiation Strategies and Collaborative Teaching StrategiesCourse details
- Spring 2016
ELEMECML 4157/5157 Coordinating Programs for the Gifted and Talented -- 3 unit(s)
Methods/procedures for coordinating/directing school district PK-12 programs for the gifted and talented. Emphasis on program planning, management, supervision and evaluation.
Satisfies state requirements: Administration and supervision of gifted programs, Program goals and performance measures, Program EvaluationCourse details and enrollment information
ELEMECML 4158/5158 Practicum for the Gifted and Talented -- 3 unit(s)
Satisfies state requirement: Practicum/Field ExperienceCourse details and enrollment information
This manageable course sequence offers two courses each semester, with a total of 12 units of credit. Eight-week courses provide focus and attention to topics while advancing through the nine-month sequence.
Courses in this program are offered entirely online via eLearning. While most students encounter very few technical difficulties with our online courses, our team of support specialists is available to assist you as needed.