Talented & Gifted (TAG) Education Certificate Program
Pacific University's Center for Gifted Education offers an 11-credit certificate program for teachers, counselors, and parents who want to learn more about meeting the needs of gifted children.
The program starts with an introduction to gifted education including the history of gifted education and the Oregon TAG mandate. Courses on classroom strategies and the social and psychological foundations of gifted education are followed by a practicum where participants apply their knowledge and skills while working with talented and gifted students as well as their parents and teachers. Each class is offered on three Saturdays with the balance of coursework conducted online.
|Section||TAG Education Certificate Requirements||Credit Hrs|
|EDUC-581||Introduction to Gifted Education||
|EDUC-582||Classroom Strategies for Talented & Gifted Education||
|EDUC-583||Social & Psychological Foundations of Gifted Education||
|EDUC-584||Practicum in Talented & Gifted Education||
Students may enter the Talented and Gifted Certificate Program in the spring, summer, or fall semesters. The program is open to teachers, counselors, paraprofessionals and parents.
For More Information
Contact Person (Eugene): Shelley Smolnisky, Associate Dean, Eugene Campus
Contact Person (Forest Grove): Ann Matschiner, Assistant Professor of Education
Contact Person: Diana Watkins, Assistant Director of Graduate & Professional Admissions
Phone: 503-352-1435 or 877-722-8648 ext. 143