• Inclusive Education

Mini COGE (Certificate of Gifted Education)

PL # 11699.
Starting from 25 Jun 2018 till 26 Jun 2018
Cancellation permitted until 18/06/2018

Event registrations closed on 21/06/2018

Description

The Mini COGE is a two day course guaranteed to give you the background you need to begin differentiating instruction to meet the needs of your gifted students.

The course will be presented by Peta Hay who currently works for GERRIC. Peta lectures in the area of gifted education at the University of New South Wales.  She began her career as an English / History teacher and became passionate about gifted education when some of the gifted adolescents in her classes confronted social and emotional problems. Her PhD, completed at the University of New South Wales, examined the interaction between moral reasoning and empathy in gifted children, and she continues to be interested in the socio-affective aspects of giftedness. She cooperates with teachers and schools to help them cater for gifted children in their classrooms. She also enjoys teaching university students how to provide best practice education for all students.

Day One - Registration from 8.00am

  • An introduction to current issues in gifted education
  • Identifying gifted and talented students in your school
  • Issues of equity in gifted education

Day Two

  • Curriculum differentiation
  • Meeting the social and emotional needs of the gifted
  • Planning successful acceleration

More Information

Presenters

Peta Hay

Gifted Education Research And Resource Centre (GERRIC)

Peta lectures in the area of gifted education at the University of New South Wales.  She began her career as an English / History teacher and became passionate about gifted education when some of the gifted adolescents in her classes confronted social and emotional problems. Her PhD, completed at the University of New South Wales, examined the interaction between moral reasoning and empathy in gifted children, and she continues to be interested in the socio-affective aspects of giftedness. She cooperates with teachers and schools to help them cater for gifted children in their classrooms. She also enjoys teaching university students how to provide best practice education for all students.

Segments

Event Segment

Date / Time

25/06/2018
Starts: 08:30
Finishes: 17:00

Address

Boulevard Centre (The) - Floreat
99 The Boulevard
Floreat 6014
Australia

Event Segment

Date / Time

26/06/2018
Starts: 08:30
Finishes: 17:00

Address

Boulevard Centre (The) - Floreat
99 The Boulevard
Floreat 6014
Australia

Learning Area

  • Inclusive Education

School Area

Event Contact

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