|||Bookings for the Conference now open!
2018 Conference featuring Prof Françoys Gagne
and Bronwyn MacLeod.
Parents: What’s in this for you?
1) Prof Françoys Gagné developed the talent development model that your school systems refer to in their policy documents.
2) Keys to understanding how your child is gifted and what this actually means for their education will be covered in the Friday workshop.
3) An understanding of the talent development model provides a better understanding of what you can do to support your gifted child.
4) Saturday : Schools across the wider Brisbane area will be presenting what services they offer in gifted education in a special series of 15 mins poster sessions. You wanted to know what schools are offering – this is your chance to talk to them.
If you know a parent who wants to find out about gifted education from the world leader in this field, tell them not to miss this rare opportunity.
Conference bookings now open!
Space is strictly limited for the Friday workshop with Prof Francoys Gagne so don’t delay.
Friday 16th March : Full day intensive workshop with Prof Françoys Gagne.
Françoys will dive deeply into the DMGT + Academic Talent Development
Saturday 17th March – Keynote – Bronwyn MacLeod followed by Prof Françoys Gagne.
After the Saturday Keynotes there will be a variety of presentations and workshops on the conference theme :
Identifying gifts and nurturing talents
PARENTS: Don’t miss the poster sessions by schools outlining their facilities and support practices for gifted students in their schools.
QAGTC 2018 : Identifying gifts and nurturing talents
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