The Certificate in Gifted and Talented Education is designed for practicing educators interested in pursuing opportunities in teaching gifted and talented students.

Completion of this Certificate requires the following four UMF courses:

  • SED 530 Identifying and Educating Learners Who are Gifted
  • SED 531 Curriculum and Instruction for Learners Who Are Gifted
  • SED 532 Developing and Implementing Programs for the Gifted Learner
  • SED 533 Teaching Critical & Creative Thinking in Gifted Programs & Classroom Settings
  • Click here for course descriptions

Certificate in Gifted and Talented Education
Anticipated Schedule

UMF

Year Spring
(January-May)
Summer
(June-July)
Fall
(Sept-December)
2015 SED 533 Teaching Critical & Creative Thinking in Gifted Programs & Classroom Settings Anticipated Schedule
SED 532 Developing and Implementing Programs for Learners who are Gifted 
Anticipated Schedule
SED 530 Identifying and Educating Learners Who are Gifted
2016 Anticipated Schedule
SED 531 Curriculum and Instruction for Learners Who Are Gifted
Anticipated Schedule
TBA 
Anticipated Schedule
TBA

University College at Rockland

Year Spring
(January-May)
Fall
(September-December)
2015 SED 531 Curriculum and Instruction for Learners Who Are Gifted Anticipated Schedule
SED 532 Developing and Implementing Programs for Learners who are Gifted
2016 Anticipated Schedule
SED 533 Teaching Critical & Creative Thinking in Gifted Programs & Classroom Settings
Anticipated Schedule
TBA 

Please note that course offerings are scheduled by the Office of Graduate Studies based on a number of factors.
Please check with our office prior to each term to confirm offerings.

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Contact Us

Office of Graduate Studies
University of Maine at Farmington
Education Center
186 High Street
Farmington, Maine 04938
tel 207-778-7502
fax 207-778-8134
TDD/TYY 207-778-7000
educationaloutreach@maine.edu

Mailing address:
Office of Graduate Studies
University of Maine at Farmington
111 South Street
Farmington, Maine 04938