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We are pleased to offer outstanding interactive graduate courses in gifted education from the Neag Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development at the Neag School of Education.  For over 30 years, the University of Connecticut has been a national and international leader in training educators in gifted and talented education.  These courses extend the quality educational opportunities that you have come to expect from our programs: Confratute 2013 (July 14 - July 19), Three Summers Master's Program (June 30 - July 14, 2013), and Doctoral Program. By enrolling in these courses, you will have an opportunity to interact with fellow students, as well as your instructor and other experts in the field. You can also earn a Master’s Degree online by combining these courses with Confratute experiences. We’re excited to have you join us as one of our gifted education family.

-Del Siegle, Director of Online Courses

 

Top Ten Reasons Why G/T Courses from UConn are Special...

10.  We don't just excel at basketball at UConn (although our basketball teams are pretty awesome)
9. Where else can you interact with so many g/t legends and experts like Dr. Joseph Renzulli, Dr. Sally Reis, Dr. Del Siegle, Dr. Catherine Little, Dr. Jann Leppien, Dr. Sue Baum, and so many more...
8. Class sizes are small to provide personal attention
7. Our course instructors understand the needs of adult learners
6. Out-of-state students pay in-state fees
5. Our interactive courses ensure you aren't learning on your own
4. You can apply your courses to a Master's degree or Sixth Year Diploma (certificate)
3. We offer more online courses in gifted education than any other institution
2. Our students go on to prominent positions in gifted education
1. We're a great group and we care about your success and gifted kids

"I want to compliment the UConn program. In all of my interactions with the GT program, whether through phone calls or emails, each person has been exceptionally helpful and friendly. People really took the time to direct me to the right person, etc., whether my query was about online courses or Confratute. One of my colleagues stopped at Storrs this summer and was similarly impressed."

---Michele Benoit

Our courses can be applied to an online Master's Degree in Educational Psychology with an Emphasis on Gifted and Talented Education.

 

      

Neag Center for G/T Development
2131 Hillside Road, Unit 3007

Storrs, CT 06269-3007
judith.mathews@uconn.edu 860-486-6013
del.siegle@uconn.edu 860-486-0616