Donna L. Enersen, Ph.D.

Donna Enersen is a long-time educator of children, parents, and teachers. She spent 25 years as a classroom teacher and elementary school reading and curriculum specialist in Pennsylvania and Florida, and the last 17 years as a teacher educator at Purdue University in Indiana. She was one of the first gifted education specialists in Pinellas County, FL, where she also created parent classes and led professional development for teachers.

She has taught gifted education certification courses at Purdue University’s Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI), and initiated parent education courses at GERI and throughout the central-Indiana area. She has consulted with school districts as they evaluated and developed their services to gifted children. Enersen has been an advocate for students and their families in the schools, designing appropriate education plans for them. She also is focused on the qualitative research paradigm and its use in education. Through the volunteer organization Partners for the Americas, Enersen has worked in southern Brazil, teaching and consulting in the schools and universities.

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