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NESA -Educating gifted and talented students - An introduction - March 2018

Australian Gifted Support Centre

Thursday, 22 March 2018 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm (AEDT)

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Early Bird Individual Registration 21 Tickets 28/02/2018 $60.00 $4.39
Full Registration -Individual 18 Tickets 21/03/2018 $80.00 $5.49
Casual Teachers 20 Tickets 21/03/2018 $50.00 $3.84
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This introductory program will support your current understanding of gifted and talented education. It   will enhance your understanding of what is meant by ‘gifted’ and who are the gifted students and how to identify those students in your class and school. We with then consider a range of basic strategies to use to support these students. There will be opportunities for discussion and to share and learn from colleagues, to ask questions and to reflect on how you can implement what you learn into your practice.

DATE:              Thursday 22nd March, 2018

TIME:               4pm – 7pm

Venue:            Greenacre Public School, 100 Waterloo Road, Greenacre

FEE:                 $80      Early Bird     $60                      Casual Teachers          $50

NO OF PARTICIPANTS:                        30

Tea and Coffee provided


Completing the Educating Gifted & Talented Students – Introduction will contribute 3 hours of QTC Registered PD addressing 1.1.2, 1.5.2, 6.4.2 from the Australian Professional standards for Techers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.




For more details please ring Helen Dudeney on 0417 208 562 or email us.

PRESENTER: Helen Dudeney (M.Ed, Dip. Counc, COGE,) of The AUSTRALIAN GIFTED SUPPORT CENTRE  is a consultant and teacher with expertise in working with gifted children and a special interest in the identification and needs of gifted underachievers including gifted visual spatial learners who are experiencing learning, social or behaviour problems. She has 11 years experience as a lecturer in undergraduate and post graduate courses about gifted education at ACU and Murdoch University. In addition to her 20 years experience in designing and presenting professional learning for classroom teachers from preschool to senior high school she is a regular presenter at State, National and International conferences.


REFUNDS: Please choose your event carefully as a full refund is not available. Cancellations made up to 7 days before the event receive a 50% refund, after that a refund is not available. 




Have questions about NESA -Educating gifted and talented students - An introduction - March 2018? Contact Australian Gifted Support Centre

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Greenacre Public School,
100 Waterloo Road
Greenacre, NSW 2190

Thursday, 22 March 2018 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm (AEDT)

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