VISION magazine is published twice a year, and is Australia's only magazine written for families and educators of children with gifted and talented potential. In circulation since 1985, VISION magazine boasts strong editorial content, with articles that connect research and policy to families and educators in Australia and beyond. It includes insights into the lived experiences of children and families and provides research-based tools and strategies to support the various developmental and educational needs of children. Articles are written by educators, parents, specialists, and children. VAGTC welcomes contributions from the community.
VISION magazine is distributed to VAGTC members and associates including the state and federal departments of education, and educators across Australia and New Zealand.
Visit memberships to update your subscription to receive the two publications (as well as our biennially-published Resource Book) as well as other discounts and access to members-only online resources, or purchase a single issue through the VAGTC online shop.
The 2017, Vol 28 (No.2) issue is a 40-page volume that covers current issues in gifted education in Victoria and beyond, including contributions from Emily Spratt, Simon, Fiona & Sadie Mustoe, Dr Jennifer A. Ritchotte and Dr Amy K. Graefe, Dr Ben North, Kids Like Us, Dr Nathan Eva, Dr Denise Wood, Eve Strauss, Danielle Sherry, Caitlyn Lewis, Stephen Teasdale, Helen Dudeney, Jill Lawrence, Dyan Burgess and Sam Hill.
We thank all of our volunteer contributors for this excellent issue.
Student Showcase (work by Tasmanian up-and-coming talent, Emily Spratt)
Updates (Tournament of Minds, Rural Seminars and Gifted Awareness Week)
Perspectives (Reflections on Not-school: on Music, on Dropping Out, Careers, Community and College )
Resources (Equation development using thinking teams, In-school-out-of-school Programs, and Camps)
Calendar (Events, conferences, workshops)
VAGTC welcomes contributions from members and students and invite student submissions of artwork, photography, poetry and short stories. Education-based best-practices, reflections and educator-submitted reviews and articles are also welcome. Submission guidelines are available via the Submissions page.
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