Lisa Rubenstein

Lisa Rubenstein

Associate Professor


Room:TC 519

Lisa DaVia Rubenstein received her PhD from the University of Connecticut, specializing in gifted and talented education, qualitative methodology, and program evaluation. Prior to coming to Ball State, Rubenstein was a classroom teacher and gifted program coordinator. Currently, she is developing the undergraduate program for gifted and talented education. She teaches a range of courses in the gifted and talented field, from the introduction course to a graduate-level curriculum development course. Her research interests include creativity, motivation, twice-exceptional students, and the application of qualitative research methods to the gifted and talented field.

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