Emily Mofield, Ed.D.

Emily Mofield, Ed.D.

Emily Mofield, Ed.D., is the lead consulting teacher for gifted education for Sumner County Schools in Tennessee and is involved in supporting several projects with Vanderbilt Programs for Talented Youth. She has also taught as a gifted education language arts middle school teacher for 10 years and currently serves as the NAGC Chair-Elect for Curriculum Studies. Emily regularly presents professional development on effective differentiation for advanced learners. She is a National Board Certified Teacher in Language Arts and has been recognized as the Tennessee Association for Gifted Children Teacher of the Year. Three of her units coauthored with Tamra Stambaugh have been awarded the National Association of Gifted Children's Curriculum Award: I, Me, You, We: Individuality Versus Conformity (2016), Perspectives of Power (2015), and In the Mind’s Eye: Truth Versus Perception (2012). She has several research publications on the social-emotional needs of gifted students and is the corecipient (with Megan Parker Peters) of the NAGC Hollingworth Award for her research on growth mindset, perfectionism, and underachievement.

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