Emily Mofield, Ed.D., is an assistant professor at Lipscomb University where she teaches gifted education and doctoral research courses. Emily has over 20 years of experience in gifted education and has recently served as the NAGC Chair for Curriculum Studies. She has co-authored numerous award-winning advanced language arts curriculum units (with Vanderbilt PTY, Tamra Stambaugh) and is also the author/co-author of several research publications related to achievement motivation and collaborative teaching practices. She has recently co-authored Collaboration, Coteaching, and Coaching in Gifted Education: Strategies to Support Gifted Learners with Vicki Phelps. Emily is the co-recipient of the NAGC Hollingworth Award for Excellence in Research and the 2019 TAGT's Legacy book award for Teaching Tenacity, Resilience, and a Drive for Excellence (with Megan Parker Peters). Her upcoming book, Vertical Differentiation for Gifted, Advanced, and High-Potential Students: 25 Strategies to Stretch Student Thinking will be released in January. Emily regularly leads professional development addressing differentiation and collaborative teaching practices for school districts and special groups.
2021 IAG Conference