A culmination of Options 2 to 6. This six-hour workshop addresses everything from Understanding,
Participants in this seminar will take a closer look at the definitions, characteristics and psychology of gifted and high ability learners.
Through this seminar educators will examine the different types of assessments and observations
This seminar will provide a range of suitable tools that can be used for identifying students in the top 10% academically.
The key focus of this seminar will be to provide participants with a wide range of practical resources which enable educators to
Suitable for school leadership and Talent Development leaders, this workshop will analyse the development
Healthy perfectionists possess a need for order, self-acceptance of mistakes, and positive ways of coping.
Some gifted students also have learning difficulties, or a disability that effects their ability to engage in the classroom.
Student engagement is key to being a successful teacher of Gifted and High Ability Learners.
An aim for educators is to enable their students to become independent learners.
An essential element to student buy in to Secondary Programs for Gifted and High Ability Learners is choice.
Twice exceptional, Non-verbally Gifted students often possess skills in problem solving and design.
Whether working towards great student results for an inquiry competition
Research shows that if we don’t cater for gifted and talented students they can disconnect
Gifted and High Ability Learners often have a deep inbuilt motivation to use their abilities for good within society.