Category: Special Populations
Come join us as we share and demonstrate teaching strategies for students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, English language learners, economically disadvantaged students, students from rural areas, and twice-exceptional students. We explore implicit bias and the unique needs of underserved gifted learners; dive into strengths-based teaching strategies; and share ideas for challenging gifted students from underserved populations.
Jennifer Ritchotte– Assistant Professor of Special Education- Gifted and Talented, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado
Chin-Wen Lee– Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
Amy Graefe– Assistant Professor of Gifted Education, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado
Assistant Professor of Special Education- Gifted and Talented
University of Northern Colorado
Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Louisville
Chin-Wen "Jean" Lee, PhD, is a clinical assistant professor of special education at the University of Louisville, where she is the coordinator for the Gifted and Talented Program. Her research interests include special populations, program evaluation, teacher professional learning, and teacher education. She is proud of coordinating with Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) a summer camp for high-potential students from underrepresented areas in JCPS.