Dr. Wynn’s 30+ years in education include service as a classroom teacher, central office administrator, building principal, national consultant, district coordinator and college professor. She presents and speaks frequently at regional and national conferences, and has authored a successful textbook on differentiation. She comes from an at-risk background and was the first in her family to attend college. She gives all glory to God for her life as a wife, mother, grandmother, friend and teacher.
- B.S., 1975, IUPUI
- M.S., 1988, IUPUI
- Ed.S., 1994, Indiana University
- Ed.D., 1997, Indiana University
- M.A., 2007, Beacon University
- M.Div., 2007, Beacon University
Two related research projects include how children born after 1990 develop different neural pathways due to their pervasive digital environment, with a special emphasis on twice-exceptional children in gifted education programs. She is also researching how adult learning theories integrated with iMedia learning strategies improve knowledge and skills for faculty and candidates in teacher preparation and licensure programs. She has submitted proposals to speak at the annual MWERA conference in November 2012 and the ATE-I annual conference in October 2012, and has sent an article for review to Gifted Child Quarterly for publication in the fall of 2013.