Professional Development

Concurrent

Using Data to Shine a Light on Gifted Programs

Saturday, November 11
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: 217 BC

In this session, presenters show how one state department of education created a “gifted education data card” for each school district. The data card includes trend data on identification and evidence of program effectiveness from elementary through high school. Presenters share the data card and discuss the benefits it has for increasing awareness, showcasing successes, spotlighting issues, and gaining administrative support for program improvement. State directors, coordinators, and administrators benefit from learning how they may adapt the data card concept to “shine a light” on their own gifted programs.

Kristie LYNN. Speirs Neumeister

Professor in Gifted Education
Ball State University

Kristie Speirs Neumeister, Ph.D. is a Professor of Educational Psychology at Ball State University where she directs the Gifted Licensure series and teaches graduate courses in educational psychology relating to gifted education. She also is a Consultant to the Indiana Department of Education in the area of High Ability Education. She is the past president of the Indiana Association for the Gifted and was the 2009 National Association for Gifted Children Early Scholar Award recipient. She and her husband also are the parents of four gifted daughters.

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Ginny Burney

Instructor
Ball State University

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Lisa Novotney

High Ability Specialist
Indiana Department of Education

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