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Special Education
College of Education
Gifted Education, Career Development
Courses Taught 
GIFT 450: Psychology of Individuals Who are Gifted and Talented
Research Interests 
Lived experiences of gifted individuals; social and emotional needs of gifted; spirituality and giftedness; affective curriculum; and career development across the lifespan

Ed.D., Loyola University – Chicago, 2006

M.A., Northeastern Illinois University, 1999

M.A., Roosevelt University, 1982

B. A., St. Mary’s College - Notre Dame, IN, 1974

Selected Publications 

Kane, M. (2013). Constancy and change in progressive education: The Roeper Philosophy

     of Self Actualization and Interdependence. In D. Ambrose, B. Sriraman, & T. Cross (Eds.).

    The Roeper School: A Model for Holistic Development of High Ability.  The Netherlands:  Sense


Kane, M. (2013). Parent lore:  Collected stories of asynchronous development.  In C. Neville, M.

     Piechowski, & S. Tolan (Eds.). Off the Charts: Asynchrony and the Gifted Child. Unionville,

     NY: Royal Fireworks Press.


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