Category: Poster

46 - Makerspace and Make Your Mark!

Saturday, Nov 11
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Do you want to ignite learning, enhance exploration, and promote innovation with your gifted learners? Makerspaces are increasingly viewed as a motivating vehicle for engaging students in creativity and problem solving through hands-on construction and building. Attend this session to learn how to easily, cost-effectively, and quickly create a makerspace in any size area.

Kelly A. Dilullo

Teacher of Gifted
Interboro School District
Prospect Park, Pennsylvania

Kelly Ann Di Lullo

Kelly is a teacher of gifted education in the Interboro School District. In addition to teaching gifted learners in grades K-12, she has extensive knowledge in developing and executing a program to meet individual needs within the gifted population. Her responsibilities include case managing GIEPs, implementing and applying district-wide screening processes, and determining appropriate placement for students through present level assessments and multi-criteria. She also presents to the gifted community on gifted-related services and topics.

Kelly has been in education for the past decade. Her focus has been understanding and challenging gifted students. Outside of the district, Kelly educates and advocates on behalf of gifted learners and their families. She has organized workshops and presented on gifted topics locally and at the state level. She is well versed on chapter 16 and understands the importance of specially designed instruction. She has designed and provided a variety of educational program options to meet individual gifted student’s abilities and needs.

Kelly received a BA in Psychology with certification in Elementary and Special Education from Rivier College. She holds certificates in Elementary and Special Education in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.