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Thursday, December 5 • 4:05pm - 4:25pm
Research Pop-Up: Benefits and Barriers to Collaboration and Co-Teaching in Gifted Education

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This qualitative study examined perspectives of collaboration in the context of how gifted education teachers co-plan and co-teach with general education teachers. This session highlights implications of the challenges and practical nature of implementing collaboration between gifted and general education teachers within the context of systemic change. These findings reveal many obstacles that impede successful collaboration as well as supports that facilitate its success. Findings lead to recommendations for tackling such obstacles and building systems of support in order to implement successful collaboration between gifted and general education teachers. Learn more about research being conducted in gifted education in this short research presentation.

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Emily Mofield

Assistant Professor, Lipscomb University
Emily Mofield, Ed.D. is an Assistant Professor in the College of Education teaching classes for the Doctor of Education Program and Gifted Education graduate studies. Her background includes 15 years of experience teaching gifted students and leading gifted services. She is the co-author... Read More →

Thursday December 5, 2019 4:05pm - 4:25pm
Exhibit Hall Learning Space JW Marriott Hill Country Hotel
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