Gifted Endorsement: FDLRS/NEFEC ONLY Curriculum and Instructional Strategies for Teaching Gifted Stu

Online registration is open!  

Tue, May 31, 2022 - Sun, July 24, 2022

Contact Lilly Henderson
Target Audience Teachers
In-Service Points 60
Delivery Online (Moodle)
Fee none
Only teachers from the following districts may register for this course: Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Flagler, Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Putnam, St. Johns, Suwannee, Union, and FSDB.

Curriculum and Instructional Strategies for Teaching Gifted Students provides an analysis of curriculum modifications for gifted learners based on the National Association of Gifted Children (NAGC) Standards for Graduate Programs in Gifted Education.

This online course is one of the five courses required for Gifted Endorsement. Participants will spend approximately 6-8 hours per week on course work.

An email will be sent to each participant with login information and directions for accessing the course through Moodle, NEFEC's course management system, by 4:30 PM on the start date of the course. Sometimes legitimate email messages are filtered by Spam filters within an email program. If you have not received login information by 4:30 PM on the course start date, please check first to see if the message is in a junk or spam mail folder within your email program. If you do not find it, contact elearning@nefec.org to verify your email and to have the information resent.


There is no required textbook for this course.

NEFEC's courses are for inservice points and are not college level courses. The Florida Department of Education will not accept NEFEC's courses if they are submitted by an individual for recertification or endorsement. They must be submitted through a district as part of their approved Master Inservice Plan.

Participants are responsible for following their district’s requirements to obtain inservice credit and endorsement. If you are unsure if your district will accept courses offered through NEFEC, you will need to check with your district Staffing Development office.

FLDOE Note Regarding Endorsements: Per section 1012.575, F.S., only school districts have statutory authority to have state approved add-on endorsement programs whereby teachers can complete the endorsement requirements via inservice points. All other (including non-public) school teachers can add an endorsement to their certificate, but only through the college credit route. Private school teachers may take the "endorsement" courses offered for inservice points, but they won't be able to use them to add the endorsement to their certificate.

*NOTE: NEFEC Member districts include: Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Flagler, FSDB, FSU Lab School, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Hernando, Lafayette, Levy, Madison, Monroe, Nassau, PK Yonge, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor, and Union.