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Lehman College, CUNY

BRONX, NY – Dr. Christy Folsom is an associate professor in the Childhood Education Department of Lehman College, City University of New York.   Her academic focus is on the intellectual and emotional infrastructure of teaching and learning, project-based learning that includes self-organization skill, transfer of learning from coursework to P-12 classrooms, and change in …

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Phelps Center for Gifted Education

SPRINGFIELD, MO-Phelps Center for Gifted Education Mission The WINGS Program (Working with the Individual Needs of Gifted Students) is designed for academically gifted students in grades K-8. The purpose of the program is to provide academic challenge and rigor, as well as address the social and emotional needs of the gifted student. Four groups of …

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Lehman College, TIEL Institute

BRONX, NY-The purpose of Teaching for Intellectual and Emotional Learning at Lehman College is to offer a uniquely balanced approach to learning and teaching that addresses the requirements of 21st-century education. TIEL brings together the intellectual and social-emotional components of learning and teaching.  Dr. Christy Folsom, Associate Professor and founder of the Institute, introduced The …

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PEGS-Program for Exceptionally Gifted Students-Truman School

ST. LOUIS, MO The PEGS program in the St. Louis public school system targets the most intellectually and academically exceptional students, providing them with an accelerated and enriched curriculum. Michelle Ryder, the principal of the Truman School, is incorporating The Art of Learning into the middle school English program in order to support the students’ …

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