at Mount Lawley Senior High School
Thursday, 13 June 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM + Add to calendar13/06/2019 18:3013/06/2019 20:00Australia/PerthMaintaining motivation, interest and achievement in students who are gifted.Maintaining motivation, interest and achievement in students who are gifted. Thursday, 13 June 2019 from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM (W. Australia Standard Time) Organiser Kylie Bice XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Address Mount Lawley Senior High School Woodsome Street Mount Lawley Stirling 6050 Australia This event will be in the Staffroom. Head straight into the main administration building (the blue building) and up the first set of stairs you see. The Staffroom is at the top of the stairs. Parking is available at the main entrance off Woodsome Street and there is also street parking on Woodsome Street. Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/87198/maintaining_motivation_interest_and_achievement_in_students_who_are_gifted.aspxMount Lawley Senior High School
Mount Lawley Stirling 6050
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Maintaining motivation, interest and achievement in students who are gifted.
Once a student has been identified as gifted and the needs and characteristics have been recognised by parents and teachers, the next step is to ensure that an appropriate program is implemented. Many schools are achieving this and students are keen and interested to go to school. A student’s schooling though is generally for 13 years, how then do teachers and parents keep their students who are gifted, motivated, interested and achieving at school. This presentation will discuss ideas and pathways for keeping students who are gifted engaged. Opportunity will be provided for discussion and sharing of ideas and strategies.
Teacher and researcher Dr Catherine Wormald from the University of Wollongong.
Dr Catherine Wormald is first and foremost a parent of three gifted children She is also a lecturer in education at the University of Wollongong and coordinates and teaches in gifted and special needs education at undergraduate and post graduate level. She began her career as a secondary mathematics teacher and taught across all education systems. As one of the Gifted Education consultants for the NSW Department of Education she developed the current gifted education policy. Catherine worked for a number of years for the Selective Schools Unit and has worked for the NSW and ACT Departments of Education, and Sydney Catholic Schools providing advice, reviewing policy and providing professional learning for teachers.
She is a past president of state and national gifted associations. She regularly presents at international, national and state conferences has had a number of papers and book chapters published. Catherine’s research focus is on students who are twice exceptional, students with special needs, gifted education and underachievement.
This is a child free event. Supper and tea/coffee is provided.
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Woodsome Street Mount Lawley Stirling 6050, Australia
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