Supporting Gifted and Talented Learners Part 1 – Myth Busting
Supporting Gifted and Talented Learners Part 2 – Giftedness 101
Julia Bailey, principal at Rocklea State School, has a passion for supporting educators and parents of high-ability, underachieving and disengaged learners. In this preview, Julia unpacks Francoys Gagne’s model to share a deeper understanding of giftedness, and highlights the vital role educators play in knowing and noticing giftedness in students.
Supporting Gifted and Talented Learners Part 3 – A Whole School Approach
Julia Bailey, principal at Rocklea State School, shares a tool that can be used by schools to reflect on where they are currently positioned in relation to provisioning for gifted and talented learners.
My Aboriginal Learning Journey in the Kimberley
Maureen Toyn shares her experience working with aboriginal educators, including best practice approaches to teaching and learning when working with Aboriginal students in remote communities.
The Importance of Teacher Aides in Supporting Social Inclusion in Schools
Professor Susan Balandin, Inaugural Chair in Disability and Inclusion at Deakin University, discusses why teacher aides have a valuable role to play in supporting social inclusion for students with disability.
Starting School - Transition Strategies to Meet the Needs of Every Child
The Torres Strait Islander People And Culture
In this webinar, you will learn how many languages are spoken in the Torres Strait? What traditions and celebrations do Torres Strait Islanders observe? What is a lavalava? Find out all of this, and more, as Cecelia Wright shares the story of her people and the traditions and culture of her homeland.