AGATEVic Professional Learning for Educators of the Gifted, Talented and Creative Students

Association for Gifted and Talented Education Victoria

• Affiliated with the Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented (AAEGT)

• Affiliated with the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children (WCGTC)

Upcoming Presentations

in 2022

Panel Presentation : Current conceptions or definitions of giftedness: What are the similarities, differences and implications that could be considered?

Panel Presenters: Dr Leonie Kronborg, Kate Mitchell, Rebecca Stroud and Susan Knopfelmacher

Date: Thursday, May 26, 2022, 5.30-6.45pm - Gifted Awareness Week.

Zoom presentation


Free for AGATEVic members and teachers of AGATEVic member schools.

Non members $10.


Bookings via this Trybooking link


Further information

Past presentations

Presentation: How do parents and teachers provide for the emotional well-being of the gifted child?


Date: Tuesday May 3 2022, 5.30-6.30pm (final 15 minutes will be devoted to questions and discussion)

Venue: The Artemis Learning Commons, Melbourne Girls Grammar School. (Please don't park in the school. Parking is available on Anderson Street.)


Presenter: Liz Kelly – M.Ed(gifted ed.),Grad Dip Ed Studs (gifted), BA (Hons), Dip Ed.


Free for AGATEVic members and teachers of AGATEVic member schools.

Non members $10.

Bookings available through Trybooking


Further information

Presentation: Inquiry Learning for Gifted & Highly Able Students: Challenge, Creativity and Choice

Date: Tuesday April 5 2022, 5.30-6.30pm

Venue: Zoom presentation – a zoom link will be sent to registered participants


Presenters:

Susan Knopfelmacher, MEd (Gifted Ed) Monash, BA (Hons) Melb, Grad DipEd (Sec) Melb, PostGrad Cert GiftedEd Monash.

Co-Vice President AGATEVic; Director, AAEGT. Consultant - Gifted Education and Curriculum Programming

Mirela Matthews, PhD Monash, MSc (Chem Eng), Grad Dip Ed (Sec) Monash. Member AGATEVic; Head of Science –The MacRobertson Girls High School


Register via this Trybooking link


Note: as this is a reprogrammed presentation originally scheduled in 2021, previously registered participants will automatically be able to attend. A zoom link will be sent out shortly.


Further information

Presentation: Gifted students on the autism spectrum: The importance of supportive educators

Date: Wednesday October 13 2021, 5:30-6:30pm

Venue: Zoom presentation – a zoom link will be sent to registered participants

Presenter: Dr. Susan Wade, PhD, M.Ed (Gifted Ed), GradDipEd(Sec), Monash, BA(Hons) Melb. Lecturer and Course Coordinator in the School of Education at the Australian Catholic University

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Presentation: What does the research say about stress and gifted or high-achieving students?

Date: Thursday, August 19 2021. 5.30-6.30pm

Venue: Zoom presentation – a zoom link will be created and sent to those who register to attend.

Presenter: Dr Jennifer Krafchek, PhD, M.Ed., B.Ec., Grad Dip Ed.

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Panel discussion: Educating gifted and talented students from a successful experiential perspective

Date: Thursday, July 22 2021 5.30-7pm

Venue: Zoom presentation.

Register via this Trybooking Link

Presenters: Dr. Leonie Kronborg, Kate Mitchell, Susan Knopfelmacher, Liz Kelly.

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Presentation: Understanding the Misunderstood: Accelerating Gifted Students

Date: Tuesday, September 7 2021, 5:30-6:30pm

Venue: Zoom presentation – a zoom link will be sent to registered participants

Presenter: Julianne Brookman, M.Ed (gifted education) Enhancement Learning Co-ordinator, Luther College

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Presentation: A teacher and parent’s perspective of the Victorian Student Excellence Program and Student Enrichment Program

Date: Wednesday, July 14 2021. 5pm-6:15pm

Venue: Zoom presentation

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Presenter: Rebecca Stroud, M.Ed (gifted education), B.Ed (Language & Literature); Mornington Secondary College, English and Mathematics teacher, High Ability Practice Leader

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Presentation: Identifying and assessing gifted students with high potential abilities for talent development

Date: Thursday, June 10 2021, 5.30-6.45pm

Venue: Zoom presentation – a zoom link will be created and sent to those who register to attend.

Register via this Trybooking link.

Presenters: Dr Leonie Kronborg & Candice James, Monash University

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Presentation: The emotional well-being of the gifted child: The role of parents and teachers

Date: Wednesday, May 26 2021, 5.30 – 6.30pm

Note: late change to zoom session due to COVID restrictions.

Note: all attendees must register for this event via this link by 1pm May 26.

Presenter: Liz Kelly, M.Ed. (Gifted Ed); Grad.Dip.Ed.St. (Gifted); B.A.(Hons); Dip Ed.

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