July 13, 2016
Javier Tourón Figueroa’s creative and important work on the “flipped classroom” concept, wherein direct instruction is delivered outside the group learning space using video or other modes of delivery, has profound implications for gifted students and gifted education.
Dr. Freeman’s work in the area of giftedness over many years is well known and stands out in its field. This award is presented in recognition of a lifetime of contributions to the field of intelligence, giftedness and related subjects.
Dr. Franz Mönks of Munster, Germany, is the recipient of the 2012 International Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by the Mensa Education & Research Foundation for Dr. Mönks’ immeasurable influence on the education and psychology of the gifted and talented.
Dr. Simon Baron-Cohen of London, England, was the recipient of the 2010 Mensa International Lifetime Achievement Award for his extensive research and publications on autism.