Jennifer Lolly, director of the Gifted Education and Talent Development Office on the University of Alabama, will converse on the U of A on Friday, Oct. 8.
Lolly is a professor within the College of Education and likewise holds an honorary professorship on the University of New South Wales.
Friday’s lecture — “Homeschooling & Advanced Learners” — will probably be at midday in room 343 of the Graduate Education Building. The Friday lecture sequence is hosted by the Department of Education Reform within the U of A College of Education and Health Professions.
Lolly’s expertise with gifted schooling spans over 20 years, starting as a classroom instructor in Texas. She has held school positions in gifted schooling at Louisiana State University and the University of New South Wales (Australia). She co-edits the Journal for Education of the Gifted. Her analysis pursuits embrace mother and father of gifted kids, homeschooling gifted and superior learners, the historical past of gifted schooling and Australian gifted schooling. Lolly earned a Ph.D. from Baylor University.
Unless in any other case indicated, all lectures will probably be held at midday on Fridays in GRAD 343. Please be sure to RSVP earlier than 1 p.m. on the Wednesday earlier than that week’s occasion.
The 2021-22 lecture sequence and different info could be discovered on the schooling reform division’s web site.