The Barton College Teacher Education Program offers an advanced learning opportunity for teachers and post-baccalaureate students seeking licensure in the academically gifted field. Barton offers four courses which address all state and national standards required for licensure in the field of gifted education. This program is ideal for teachers, administrators, counselors, and parents seeking to better understand and serve the gifted students in our world today.
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) now mandates that school systems must include data on students achieving at the advanced level. It also mandates that systems utilizing Title II funds must include information about how they plan to improve the AIG identification and service skills of teachers and school leaders. It is, therefore, imperative for teachers and school leaders to refine their skills so they can enhance the education of the gifted and talented students in their schools.
Barton is excited to be able to help fulfill this need. Join us and be BOLD in your pursuit of excellence for all students in your system, school, and classroom.
• Introduction to Gifted Education
• Curriculum Differentiation for the Gifted
• Methods and Models in Gifted Education
• Problems and Issues in Gifted Education
(Courses must be taken in sequence.)
$358 per credit hour for the
2017 - 2018 Academic Year