The State of Maine Gifted and Talented Education Endorsement program is a sequence of courses designed to provide exposure, identification strategies, and methodologies for educating gifted and talented children. In combination with a bachelor’s degree, the coursework leads to endorsement #690 as a Maine Gifted and Talented teacher.
This program provides an educational background for teachers interested in obtaining the designation as a Gifted and Talented Teacher. Function: This endorsement #690, on a teacher certificate allows the holder to teach Gifted and Talented students, kindergarten through 12th grade.
Students need to complete 12 credits of course work, but must begin by taking SED 317 Nature and Needs of Gifted Learners.
|SED 444||Curriculum for Gifted Learners||Every Fall||3 credits|
|SED 445||Instructional Strategies for Gifted Learner||Every Summer||3 credits|
|SED 446||Twice Exceptional Students||Every Spring||3 credits|
|SED 447||Identification of Gifted and Talented Learners||Every Spring||3 credits|
|SED 317||Nature and Needs of Gifted Learners||Every Summer/Fall||3 credits|
NOTE: For a full printable PDF of the catalog, please visit the Catalog Archive page here.