Symposium 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date

Friday, 10th June.

Theme

"Personalised Learning for Gifted Students: practical ways to add challenge and complexity to classroom programmes." 

Featuring:
1. Keynotes

Keynote Speaker 1:Kate Niederer "Complexity in Classroom Programmes".
Kate is a researcher in gifted education, lecturer and leads professional development in schools.

Keynote Speaker 2:Angus MacFarlane. "He ma puna te tamaiti: Understanding special abilities through a Māori lens." 
Angus is a professor of Māori research at the University of Canterbury.

 

PRESENTATIONS AVAILABLE TO VIEW

A Lens on NCEA - Brooke Trenwith

An Introduction to Complex Thinking - Brooke Trenwith

Data & Interventions - Cherie Chapman

An Introduction to Tournament of Minds - Jocelyn Pollock

Robotics - Jill Pears

Setting Up a Programme - Louise Davy

Culturally Responsive Pedagogy - Samantha Stephens

Providing Challenge for Gifted Students - Kate Niederer

Identifying & Providing for Mathematically Gifted Students. K Niederer.pdf

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