Instructor: Laurie Guy

Laurie Guy
Biography:

Dr. Laurie D. Guy is currently an Adjunct Professor in Elementary Education for the Department of Teaching, Leadership, and Professional Practice Department in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of North Dakota.  Dr. Guy received her Doctor of Education from the University of North Dakota, her Master of Science in Gifted Education from Iowa State University, and her Bachelor of Education in Elementary Education/Music Education Pedagogy from the University of Nebraska. 

Dr. Guy has worked over 30 years in the field of Gifted Education and her research in the area of Differentiated Instruction focus on diverse learners' needs in regular classroom settings, including intellectual, academic, interest, social, emotional, and cultural.  Dr. Guy has expertise in teaching Social Studies Elementary Methods, licensure coursework for certification in Gifted Education, courses in Arts Integration Design, Home, School and Family Relations, and responsive teaching practices for Differentiated Instruction.  She is actively doing professional develop courses for UND in the areas of Differentiated Instruction and Gifted Education.  UND certification coursework can be done through Professional Development services or through SPEA online opportunities with Dr. Guy. 


Classes by this instructor


Historical and evolutionary research, theories, and philosophies for understanding the developmental and social-emotional needs of the more able child from early childhood through adolescence in educational experiences.
July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2023
Formal and informal assessments of characteristics of G/T learners in the intellectual, leadership, academic, and creative realms for identification and qualification for educational programming; assessment of readiness and content mastery.
July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2023
Methodological and pedagogical approaches for fulfilling the unique academic, intellectual, creative, social, and emotional needs of the more able child in the educational environment.
July 1, 2021 to July 1, 2023