Gifted and Talented Education (HENAE6131)

This course provides a framework for educators to understand giftedness and the practices associated with gifted education in the school context from both a theoretical and practice-based perspective. It provides opportunities for critically reflective appraisal of the current literature and research relating to identifying and teaching highly able students from an national and international perspective. It supports critical examination of current understandings and practices relating to education gifted and talented students. Practical application of new understandings are fostered through the assessment tasks. A particular focus of the course is on development of differential curricula to engage all ability levels and gifted students in particular.

Single subject short-course cost: $795

Program code: XC01

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