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Elizabeth Fogarty

Lecturer
B.A., Elementary Education & Psychology, College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, Minnesota
M.S., Gifted Education and Talent Development, Minnesota State University Mankato, Mankato, Minnesota
Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Connecticut

Curriculum and Instruction .
Room 270B PeikH

159 PIllsbury Dr SE

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Areas of Interest

Gifted Education Talented Readers Differentiation CoTeaching Literacy Education

Dr. Elizabeth Fogarty is a Lecturer in Literacy Educationat the University of Minnesota. Liz has spent most of her career preparing teacher candidates to be highly effective elementary teachers. Her passions are literacy education and gifted education and blends these together in her research on teaching talented readers.

Research Interests

Dr. Elizabeth Fogarty is a Lecturer in Literacy Educationat the University of Minnesota. Liz has spent most of her career preparing teacher candidates to be highly effective elementary teachers. Her passions are literacy education and gifted education and blends these together in her research on teaching talented readers. 

She comes to the U of M from East Carolina University where she was an associate chair and associate professor of Elementary Education in the College of Education. She earned a bachelors degree in Elementary Education and Psychology from the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph, Minnesota before completing her Master of Science in Gifted Education and Talent Development at Minnesota State University, Mankato and her PhD in Educational Psychology/Gifted Education at the University of Connecticut.

Dr. Fogarty taught in the College of Education at East Carolina University from 2006 - 2016. She served in several capacities, including Academically and/or Intellectually Gifted Program Coordinator, and as the Associate Chair of the Elementary Education and Middle Grades Education Department. She taught both undergraduate elementary education as well as gifted education at the graduate level. Prior to teaching at East Carolina University, Liz was a Research Associate at the National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented. She started her career as a 5th Grade Teacher in Cannon Falls, Minnesota. 

In 2006, she was recognized by the National Association for Gifted Children with the Outstanding Doctoral Student Award.  She was recognized in 2010 by the same organization as an early leader in the field of gifted education. In 2013, she was recognized for teaching excellence at East Carolina University as a Board of Governors Distinguished Professor runner up, and was awarded the East Carolina Alumni Association Outstanding Teaching Award. In 2016, she was recognized by the North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented with the Distinguished Service Award.
 

Selected Publications

  1. Refereed Articles 

    Levi-Alstaedter, L., Tschida, C. M., & Fogarty, E. A. (in press, 2016).  Co-Teaching: Towards a New Model for Teacher Preparation in Foreign Language Teacher Education.  Hispania.

    Tschida, C., Smith, J. J., & Fogarty, E. A. (2015). It Just Works Better: Introducing the 2:1 Model of Co-Teaching. Rural Educator, 36(2), 11-26.

    Cuthrell, K. C., Stapleton, J. N., Bullock, A. A., Lys, D. B., Smith, J., & Fogarty, E. A. (2014). Mapping the Journey of Reform and Assessment for an Elementary Education Teacher Preparation Program. Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 8(1), 67-85.

    Cuthrell, K. C., Fogarty, E. A., Smith, J. L., & Ledford, C. (2013).  Implications of Using Peer Audio Feedback for the College Learner: Enhancing Instruction. Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, 79(4), 13-21.  

    Bosse, M. J. & Fogarty, E. A. (2011).  Unifying k-12 Learning Processes: Integrating Curricula through Learning.  Current Issues in Education, 14(2), 1-14.  

    Fogarty, E. A. (2007). Teachers' Use of Differentiated Reading Strategy Instruction for Talented, Average, and Struggling Readers in SEM-R Classrooms.  Roeper Review, 29(3), 213.  

    Reis, S. M., & Fogarty, E. A. (2006). Savoring Reading Schoolwide. Educational Leadership, 64(2), 32-36.  

    Renzulli, J. S., Koehler, J. L., & Fogarty, E. A. (2006).  Operation Houndstooth: Social Capital in Today's Schools.  Gifted Child today, 29(1), 14-24.  

    Refereed Proceedings 

    Cuthrell, K., Fogarty, E. A., & Anderson, P. J. (2009).  'Is this thing on?' University Student Preferences Regarding Audio Feedback.  SITE - AACE - Charleston/20th Annual International Conference, Chesapeake, VA: Assoc. for the Advancement of Computing in Education.  

    Cuthrell, K., Smith, J. J., Ledford, C., & Fogarty, E. A. (2009).  Using Peer Audio Feedback to Facilitate Learning.  SITE - AACE - Charleston/20th Annual International Conference.  

    Non-Refereed Articles 

    Housand, B. C. & Fogarty, E. A. (2013).  How Gifted Children Can Plug in With the Common Core State Standards.  Parenting for High Potential, 3 (1), 8-9.  

    Phelps, C. & Fogarty, E. A. (2011). A Parent's Philosophy of Gifted Education and Mission Statement, Part 1.  Parenting for High Potential, 1(118-20), 18-20.  

    Fogarty, E. A. & Reis, S. M. (2008).  When Mrs. Wishy Washy is Wrung Out. Gifted Education Communicator, 38(4), 27-32.  

    Fogarty, E. A. (2006).  New Literacies: Internet as Curriculum for Gifted Students. Gifted Education Communicator, 37(2).  

    Fogarty, E. A. (2004).  Tailoring Instructional Groups: Alterations to Fit Differentiated Reading Curriculum.  The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented Newsletter, 8-12.  

    Invited Articles/Reviews 

    Fogarty, E. A. (2013). From the Editor’s Desk, Teaching for High Potential, 2.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2010).  From the Editor's Desk.  Teaching for High Potential, 2.  

     

    Books 

    Fogarty, E. A. (2011).  Reading for Gifted Students. Waco, TX:  Prufrock Press.  

    Reis, S. M., Eckert, R. D., Fogarty, E. A., Little, C. A., Housand, A. M., Sweeny, S. M., Housand, B. C., Muller, L. M., & Sullivan, E. E. (2009). The Joyful Reading Resource Kit. San Francisco, CA:  Jossey-Bass.  

    Reis, S. M., Eckert, R. D., Fogarty, E. A., Little, C. A., Housand, A. M., Sweeny, S. M., Housand, B. C., Muller, L. M., & Sullivan, E. E. (2009).  Joyful Reading. San Francisco, CA:  Jossey-Bass.  

    Reis, S. M., Fogarty, E. A., Eckert, R. D., & Muller, L. M. (2008).  Schoolwide Enrichment Model Reading. Storrs, CT:  Creative Learning Press.  

    Monograph 

    Reis, S. M., Little, C. A., Fogarty, E. A., Housand, A. M., Housand, B. C., Sweeney, S. M., Eckert, R. D., &  Muller, L. M. (2010).  Case Studies of Successful Schoolwide Enrichment Model-Reading (SEM-R) Classroom Implementations The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented.  

    Book Chapters 

    Cuthrell, K. C., Lys, D. B., Fogarty, E. A., & Dobson, E. E. (2016, in press). Using edTPA Data to Improve Programs. In Drew Polly (Ed.), Evaluating Teacher Education Programs through Performance- Based Assessments (pp. 69-81). IGI Global. 

    Fogarty, E. A. (2016). Language Arts Curriculum for the Gifted. In Kristen R. Stephens & Frances A. Karnes (Eds.), Introduction to Curriculum Design in Gifted Education (pp. 129-150). Waco, TX:  Prufrock Press Inc.

     

    Sweeny, S. M., Eckert, R. D., & Fogarty, E. A. (2008). Managing the SEM-R in your Classroom: Organizational Strategies that Work. In Press, In Reis, S. M., Fogarty, E. A., Eckert, R. D., & Muller, L. M. (Eds.), Schoolwide Enrichment Model Reading (pp. 93-111). Mansfield Center, CT:  Creative Learning Press.  

    Fogarty, E. A., Eckert, R. D., & Reis, S. M. (2008). Integrating Reading Strategy in the SEM-R. In Press, In Reis, S. M., Fogarty, E. A., Eckert, R. D., & Muller, L. M. (Eds.), Schoolwide Enrichment Model Reading (pp. 77-92). Mansfield Center, CT:  Creative Learning Press.  

    Fogarty, E. A., Reis, S. M., & Eckert, R. D. (2008). Phase 2: Supported Independent Reading & Differentiated Teacher Conferences. In Press, In Reis, S. M., Fogarty, E. A., Eckert, R. D., & Muller, L. M. (Eds.), Schoolwide Enrichment Model Reading (pp. 27-56). Mansfield Center, CT:  Creative Learning Press.  

    Housand, A., Fogarty, E. A., Eckert, R. D., & Reis, S. M. (2008). Phase 1: Hooking Kids on Books. In Press, In Reis, S. M., Fogarty, E. A., Eckert, R. D., & Muller, L. M. (Eds.), Schoolwide Enrichment Model Reading (pp. 11-25). Mansfield Center, CT:  Creative Learning Press.  

Selected Presentations

  1. International

    Cuthrell, K., Fogarty, E. A., & Anderson, P. J. (2009, March). Is this thing on? University Student Preferences Regarding Audio Feedback.   SITE - AACE - Charleston/20th Annual International Conference, Charleston, South Carolina.

    Cuthrell, K., Smith, J. J., Ledford, C., & Fogarty, E. A. (2009, March). Using Peer Audio Feedback to Facilitate Learning.   SITE - AACE - Charleston/20th Annual International Conference, Charleston, South Carolina.

    Reis, S., Kaplan, S., Richards, S., Fogarty, E. A., Sweeney, S., Housand, A., Housand, B., & Ashcroft, M. (2009, February). Challenging Talented Readers: Research Findings and Differentiated Practice Ideas from the Schoolwide Enrichment Model in Reading.   International Reading Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

     

  2. National

    Brulles, D., Collins, K. H., Dickson, K., Fogarty, E. A., Gentry, M., Novak, A., & Phelps, C. (2015). Effective Professional Development Practices that Honor the Whole Child in Underserved Populations. National Association for Gifted Children. Phoenix, Arizona.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2015). It’s too HOT in here! Reducing the Negative Effects of Hothousing Gifted Children.  National Association for Gifted Children. Phoenix, Arizona.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2015). Not Just Gifted on Thursdays: Increasing Differentiation Through Collaborative Co-Teaching. National Association for Gifted Children. Phoenix, Arizona.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2015). Not Just Guided Reading. National Association for Gifted Children. Phoenix, Arizona.

    Smith, J. J., Tschida, C. M., & Fogarty, E. A. (2015). Adopting a Co-Teaching Model of Student Teaching to Meet the Needs of Diverse Learners. Individual paper presented at AERA Conference in Chicago, IL.

    Tschida, C. M., Smith, J. J., & Fogarty, E. A. (2015). It’s kind of a Utopian. Individual paper presented at AERA Conference in Chicago, IL.

    Tschida, C. M., Smith, J. J., & Fogarty, E. A. (2015). The co-teaching model of student teaching: New directions in teacher preparation. Interactive dialog presented at AACTE Conference, in Atlanta, GA.

    Fogarty, E. A., Tschida, C. M., & Smith, J. J. (2015). How Co-Teaching Saved Student Teaching: Data and Decision-Making in a Critical Time. Paper presented at the AACTE Conference in Atlanta, GA.

    Smith, J. J., Fogarty, E. A., Tschida, C. M., Lewis, P., Ray, J., & Covington, V. M. (2015). Co-teaching: A mutually beneficial school-university partnership for preparing teacher candidates. Symposium presented at AACTE Conference in Atlanta, GA.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2014). Common Core + Adolescent Gifted Readers = Continuum for Success. National Association for Gifted Children. Baltimore, Maryland.

    Fogarty, E. A., & Dixon, S. (2014). Lawnmowers and Helicopters: How Parents and Teachers can Prevent the Creativity/Failure Link. National Association for Gifted Children. Baltimore, Maryland.

    Fogarty, E. A., & Dixon, S. (2014). QR a Professional Developer? Using Technology to Give your PD Sessions a 2.0 Tune Up. National Association for Gifted Children. Baltimore, Maryland.

    Smith, J. J., Tschida, C. M., Fogarty, E. A., & Covington, V. M. (2014). A new model of student teaching: Co-teaching 2:1. Paper presented at the AACTE Conference, March 2, 2014 in Indianapolis, IN.

    Beaman, A., Covington, V., Fogarty, E. A., Noble, T., Peoples, P., Smith, J., & Tschida, C. (2013). A New Model of Student Teaching: Co-Teaching 2:1. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Indianapolis, Indiana.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2013). Common Core + Young Gifted Readers = Continuum for Success. National Association for Gifted Children, Indianapolis, Indiana.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2013). FLIPPED! Professional Development Meets 2.0 Technology. National Association for Gifted Children, Indianapolis, Indiana.

    Phelps, C., Fogarty, E. A., Croft, L., & Chandler, K. (2013). Sixty Years of Professional Development From Three Decades of Professional Development Network Leadership.   National Association for Gifted Children, Indianapolis, Indiana.

     

  3. Fogarty, E. A. (2012). Professional Development Overhaul.   National Association for Gifted Children, Denver, Colorado.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2012, November). Beyond Class Novels: Challenging Gifted Readers in the Internet Era.   National Association for Gifted Children, Denver, Colorado.

    Housand, B. C. & Fogarty, E. A. (2012, November). ReSEARCH Ahoy! The Search for the Ultimate Booty - (KNOWLEDGE)!   National Association for Gifted Children, Denver, Colorado.

    Renzulli, J. S., Fogarty, E. A., Heilbronner, N., & Sands, M. (2012, November). How Good Gifts Can Promote Good Works: The Role of Gifted Education In the Production of Social Capital.   National Association for Gifted Children, Denver, Colorado.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2011). Beyond the Page: Teaching Talented Readers 2.0.   National Association for Gifted Children, New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Housand, B. C. & Fogarty, E. A. (2011). How and Why to Use Social Networks in Your Classroom.   National Association for Gifted Children, New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Phelps, C. & Fogarty, E. A. (2011, November). Developing a Philosophy of Gifted Education for the 21st Century.   National Association for Gifted Children, New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2010). Sex, Drugs, and Rock-n-Roll: Matching Middle Grades Talented Readers with Books.   National Association for Gifted Children, Atlanta, Georgia.

    Fogarty, E. A. & Little, C. A. (2010). Practical Suggestions for Sustaining and Differentiating Professional Development to Respond to Teacher Needs.   National Association for Gifted Children, Atlanta, Georgia.

    Housand, B. C., O'Connor, K. A., & Fogarty, E. A. (2010). It's Incredible! It's Online! It's Free! Becoming a Professional Development Superhero in Five Easy Steps. National Association for Gifted Children, Atlanta, Georgia.

    O'Connor, K. A., Housand, B. C., & Fogarty, E. A. (2010). An Instructional Trilogy: Using Real World Problems, Rigor and Technology in the Classroom. National Association for Gifted Children, Atlanta, Georgia.

    Little, C. A. & Fogarty, E. A. (2010). Reflecting on Change: Concerns of Teachers Implementing Differentiated Reading Instruction. Wallace Research Symposium on Talent Development, Iowa City, Iowa.

    Fogarty, E., Housand, B., & Fogarty, J. (2009). Tales from a High School Reading Workshop.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, St. Louis, Missouri.

    Fogarty, E. (2009). What to do when they break the code: Challenging young, talented readers in the classroom. National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, St. Louis, Missouri.

    Little, C. & Fogarty, E. (2009). Reflecting on Change: Concerns of Teachers Implementing Differentiated Reading Instruction. National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, St. Louis, Missouri.

    Anderson, P. J., Fogarty, E. A., Matusevich, M., Smith, C., & Hachmeister, S. (2008, November). Is it Cute or Does it Count? Creating Challenging Curriculum for Gifted Students.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Tampa, Florida.

    Fogarty, E. (2008). NAGC Editors in the Spotlight.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Tampa, Florida.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2008, November). When Mrs. Wishy Washy is Wrung Out: Challenging the Young Talented Reader. National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Tampa, Florida.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2008, November). Project Rural: Differentiation in Public Schools and the University.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Tampa, Florida.

    Fogarty, J. M. & Fogarty, E. A. (2007, November). Whiz Bang Tech Tools for Teachers.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2007, November). Finding and Using Appropriate Reading Material with Talented Readers in the Primary Grades.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    Fogarty, E. A., Matusevich, M., O'Connor, K., Anderson, P., Smith, C., Suzanne Hachmeister (2007, November). Genetics and Videoconferencing: Gifted Kids go to Camp.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    Fogarty, E. A., Housand, A., Housand, B. C., & Oliver, M. E. (2006, November). Teachers and Coaches! Promote Effective Literacy Instruction for Talented Readers.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Charlotte, North Carolina.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2006, November). Differentiating Reading Instruction: Can Teachers Do It?   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Charlotte, North Carolina.

    Castek, J., Coiro, J., Fogarty, E. A., Hartman, D., Henry, L. A., & Leu, D. University of Connecticut (2005, December). New Literacies for Learning.   National Reading Conference, Miami, Florida.

    Fogarty, E. A., Harrison, C., Henry, L. A., Guinee, K., & Eagleton, M. B. (2005, December). Searching on the Internet: An Exploration of Internet Inquiry Process in Grades 3-9.   National Reading Conference, Miami, Florida.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2005, November). Instructing Gifted Students in the New Literacies.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Louisville, Kentucky. 

  4. Leu, D. J., Henry, L. A., Castek, J., Hartmann, D., Fogarty, E. A., & Coiro, J. (2005, December). New Literacies for Learning: The Effects of Internet Reciprocal Teaching on Online Reading Comprehension.   National Reading Conference, Miami, Florida.

    Leu, D. J., Coiro, J., Henry, L. A., Castek, J., & Fogarty, E. A. (2005, November). New Literacies in Action: Exploring Content Area Reading Comprehension and Online Communication with Middle School Students.   College Reading Association, Savannah, Georgia.

    McCoach, D. B., Koehler, J., Fogarty, E. A., & Garcia, M. C. (2005, November). Developing Affective Instruments: Lessons Learned from the Field.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Louisville, Kentucky.

    Reis, S. M. & Fogarty, E. A. (2005, December). Using Enrichment Pedagogy to Increase Reading Fluency and Achievement in Urban Elementary Students.   National Reading Conference, Miami, Florida.

    Renzulli, J. S., Schrader, R., Koehler, J. L., Fogarty, E. A., & Hume, K. (2004, November). Research on Gifted Students' Social Action Projects.   National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC) Annual Convention, Salt Lake City, Utah.

    Regional

    Anderson, P., O'Connor, K. A., & Fogarty, E. A. (2007, February). Academically and Intellectually Gifted Education: How a University/Public School Partnership Serves Public School Students & Future Gifted Educators.   North Carolina Council for Exceptional Children (NC-CEC), Wilmington, North Carolina.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2007, February). Schoolwide Enrichment Model Reading: Challenging Talented Readers in Mixed-Ability Classrooms.   Mary Lois Staton Reading/Language Arts Conference, Greenville, North Carolina.

    Reis, S. M. & Fogarty, E. A. (2006, February). Schoolwide Enrichment Model - Reading.   Minnesota Educators of the Gifted and Talented (MEGT), Brainerd, Minnesota.

    Fogarty, E. & Fogarty, J. (2006). Real World Problems: An Effective Strategy for Use with Gifted Students.   Minnesota Educators of the Gifted and Talented, Brainerd, Minnesota.

    McCoach, D. B., Gable, R. K., Fogarty, E. A., Goldstein, J., Liu, X., K. J. Ripoll-Nunez
    T. K. Folan (2004, October). Development and Validation of Instruments in the Affective Domain.   Northeastern Educational Research Association, Kerhonkson, New York. 

  5. State

    Fogarty, E. A. (2015). Heart to Heart: Using Peer Coaching and Co-Teaching to Differentiate

    for AIG Students. North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented. Winston-Salem, North Carolina

    Blackstock, K., Housand, B. C., & Fogarty, E. A. (2014). What Gifted Students Have to Say About Interest, Challenge, Choice and Enjoyment and What You Can Do About It.   North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2013, February). Professional Development Overhaul.   North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

    Housand, B. C. & Fogarty, E. A. (2013, February). ReSEARCH Ahoy! The Search for the Ultimate Booty - (KNOWLEDGE)!   North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

    Fogarty, E. A., O'Connor, K. A., & Housand, B. C. (2011, March). It's Incredible! It's Online! It's FREE! Becoming a Professional Development Superhero in Five Easy Steps.   North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

    Housand, A., Fogarty, E. A., & Housand, B. (2010). Using the Schoolwide Enrichment Model - Reading Framework to Challenge Talented Readers.   North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

    O'Connor, K., Fogarty, E. A., & Housand, B. (2010). Answering Real World Problems with Real World Solutions Using Real World Technology.   North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2008, March). Using the Schoolwide Enrichment Model Reading Framework to Challenge Talented Readers.   North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

    Fogarty, E. A. & Matusevich, M. N. (2008, March). Genetics and Videoconferencing: Gifted Kids go to Camp.   North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

     

    Local

    Fogarty, E. A., Housand, B., Owen, P., & Fogarty, J. (2009, February). Reading Class Would be Boring if I Didn't Read: Tales from a High School Reading Workshop.   Mary Louis Staton Reading and Language Arts Conference, ECU, Greenville, North Carolina.

    Fogarty, E. A. (2008, February). Finding and Using Appropriate Reading Material for Talented Readers in the Primary Grades.   Mary Lois Staton Reading/Language Arts Conference, Greenville, North Carolina.