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Mondays@Murdoch: Underperforming Gifted Students – the void between potential and performance

Murdoch Education

Monday, 26 August 2019 from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm (AWST)

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Underperforming gifted students – the void between potential and performance


Please join Murdoch Education for a FREE seminar presented by Helen Dudeney.

Why do some gifted students underperform, struggling to demonstrate what they know, to focus and pay attention, or to produce written work to the quality you would expect from speaking with them? This presentation will examine the underlying reasons, look at the importance of accurate identification of the causes and introduce some useful strategies to support these students learning and growth.


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Helen Dudeney M Ed, Dip Couns, COGE

Helen is a private consultant who has been working with gifted children, their parents and teachers since 1990. She has designed and conducted children’s workshops and camps; and workshops and in-service training for parents and teachers about understanding and meeting the needs of gifted children and young people. She also conducts Comprehensive Developmental Assessments and counselling for children and adults. Her consultancy specialises not only in gifted children and adults, but also twice exceptional students including those who are visual spatial learners. She has been a lecturer in Gifted Education at Murdoch University in Perth and at Australian Catholic University – Strathfield.  She is a NESA and TQI endorsed PD provider in NSW and ACT. Helen is a regular presenter and attendee at State, National and International Gifted Conferences.



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Hill Lecture Theatre, Education & Humanities (Building 450)
Murdoch University - Enter via Car Park 4 (Campus Entrance B)
90 South Street
Murdoch, WA 6150

Monday, 26 August 2019 from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm (AWST)

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Murdoch Education

Murdoch School of Education offers an extensive variety of undergraduate and postgraduate study options in Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary Education. Murdoch School of Education is currently leading Australia in a range of pioneering innovations, including a mixed reality classroom simulation program called SimLab, which better prepares students for their practical placements in schools, and an online program for developing teacher resilience called BRiTE, which is now embedded in national and international initial teacher education programs. Murdoch is also the only university in Australia (and among only a few in the world) to offer students an opportunity to earn their Tribes TLC™ Basic Training Certificate

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