Christina Liverett, a native of Laurel, MS, has been an educator for 19 years in various settings within Hattiesburg and Laurel, with the majority in gifted education. Prior to her appointment at William Carey, she taught gifted education in the Laurel School District and served as Gifted Contact Person. Her professional interests include gifted education, metacognition, creativity and teacher education. Her current research encompasses differentiation techniques that will make the classroom creative and engaging for all learners. Christina enjoys reading, writing, watching sports and spending time with family, especially her daughter Anne Claire.
“The principal goal of education is to create men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done.” —Jean Piaget—
Degrees and Certifications:
Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration, William Carey University
M.A. in Gifted Education, William Carey University
B.S. in Elementary Education The University of Southern Mississippi