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The University of Georgia: Online Learning

April 2015

M.Ed. and Ed.S. Gifted Application Deadline: May 1st

Earn your graduate degree at the University of Georgia online from some of the brightest minds in Educational Psychology, Gifted and Creative Education.

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A degree in gifted and creative education can change your life and the lives of others. Here are just a few of our success stories.
Sylvia Yamada and her family at home in Brazil

Needs of Gifted Children Hits Home for Sylvia Yamada

When Sylvia Okada Yamada discovered one of her sons was a gifted learner, she decided it was time to act upon her love for teaching. A long-time champion of improved resources for gifted students and a resident in Sao Paolo, Brazil, Yamada had two important requirements for the school she would ultimately attend.
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Teresa Mapson Reddish

UGA Gifted Education Student Earns State and National Recognition

Teresa Mapson Reddish is committed to excellence. Both a graduate student in the University of Georgia College of Education and a gifted education teacher in Cobb County Schools, Reddish has received a scholarship from the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) as well as the Mary M. Fraisier Equity and Excellence Award from the Georgia Association for Gifted Children (GAGC).
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Bonnie Cramond, Ph.D.

Professor Earns National Honors

Bonnie Cramond, University of Georgia faculty member in Educational Psychology (gifted and creative education) and former Director of UGA’s Torrance Center for Creativity and Talent Development received the 2014 Distinguished Service Award from NAGC for her significant contributions to and lasting impact on the field of gifted education. Cramond was honored with NAGC Distinguished Service Award in November at the NAGC Celebration of Excellence. This is just one of many honors she has received in the past year.
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Meet the 2015 Chair of Special Populations Network

UGA Professor, Tarek Grantham "I am honored to serve beginning August 2015 as chair of the Special Populations Network because of its legacy of contributing to the National Association for Gifted Children as a leading authority for historically under-represented groups and underserved children in advanced programs. I hope to continue and expand upon this legacy by advocating for key principles underlying the network’s focus: equity, excellence, and social change in gifted education."

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NAGC 2015 Annual Convention & Exhibition

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