Attend the National Association for Gifted Children 63rd Annual Convention - and receive Graduate Credit OR CEUs through the University of Central Florida
The School of Teaching, Learning and Leadership is pleased to offer University of Central Florida graduate credit or Continuing Education Units for attendees of the 63rd NAGC ANNUAL CONVENTION to be held at Walt Disney World, Orlando from the 3-6 November 2016.
Costs for Tuition
1.1. 1 CEUs = $60
1.2. 3 CEUs = $180
2. Standard UCF Tuition rates apply for 1 graduate credit.
Review the NAGC schedule linked above.
For Option 1.1.
Select a minimum of 10 sessions (this can include the keynotes) and complete the documentation form received on payment.
For Option 1.2.
Choose a specific NAGC Network/Strand (see the list of networks here): http://eventscribe.com/2016/NAGC/aaSearchByBucket.asp.
Identify in advance the sessions you will attend (a minimum of 15 hours), then complete the documentation form received on payment and the supervised project post conference.
For Option 2. This requires application to UCF for graduate ONLINE admission. http://education.ucf.edu/grad/. Register for the course EGI6908 Directed Independent Study in Gifted Education.
Application for 1.1. and 1.2. and payments due by: November 4, 2016 11.00a.m.
Due date for completion and submission of all documentation and course assignments: November 23. 2016
Application: Contact Dr. Gillian Eriksson – email@example.com
For more information on UCF graduate admission for option 2. or for admission to UCF GIFTED EDUCATION Certificate program (online) or the Masters in Curriculum and Instruction in Gifted Education, please contact the College of Education and Human Performance Graduate Affairs Office at: Phone: 407-823-5369 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or http://education.ucf.edu/grad/
UCF Gifted Education Program Offers:
- Fully Online Gifted Education Graduate Certificate
- Masters in Curriculum and Instruction in Gifted Education – for teacher leaders that infuses the Advanced NAGC Standards for Professional Development
- Educational Specialist Ed.D. focus on research in Gifted Education
See: http://education.ucf.edu/gifted UCF ADAGE Gifted Conference: April 22, 2017