The 2019 Rutgers Gifted Education Conference for K-12 educators and administrators will take place on November 22. The conference will feature keynote speaker Dr. Sylvia Rimm and Rutgers Gifted Education Certificate faculty. Dr. Joyce Van Tassel-Baska will lead special workshops designed for... more
We now offer up to five additional $1000 Division of Continuing Education scholarships for educators taking their first course in the certificate series!
Apply online from September 1 through November 30, 2018. Awards will be announced at the Rutgers Gifted Education Conference on November 18,... more
Educators who work with gifted learners deserve the professional preparation they need to be effective in their work. Rutgers is working with a coalition of K-12 and university educators, administrators, and parents to seek a K-12 gifted education endorsement for the State of New Jersey. Learn... more
Worried about paying for courses before your district's reimbursement comes through? Many K-12 educators tell us that they need help covering tuition and fees before they receive funds through their school district's tuition reimbursement program. The Rutgers Federal Credit Union offers a... more
Coming this summer, Rutgers University–New Brunswick will offer three intensive one-week residential summer academies for students ages 16-18 focusing on engineering, STEM, and leadership. The programs will feature presentations and activities with Rutgers faculty, field trips, and guest... more
The 2016 Rutgers Gifted Education Conference will be held November 18, 2016.
Take a deep dive into gifted education best practices, hear about the latest research, and find inspiration to energize your work with gifted learners at the November 18, 2016 Rutgers Gifted Education... more
Special topics: creativity and education
(course code 15:294:540 1.5 credits)
We are pleased to introduce a new special topics course, Creativity and Education. This short, focused summer offering can be taken before or after the certificate series. Addresses theories of... more