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COGE 2012 Applications now open!
Established in 1991, GERRIC’s prestigious Certificate of Gifted Education (COGE) is offered both in face-to-face mode in Sydney and through online learning. COGE 2012 offers Australian and overseas teachers and school administrators optimal flexibility without compromising on the quality of this internationally recognised professional development program. More than 2000 teachers from Australia and overseas have participated in the program. Don’t miss the opportunity of a lifetime!
In 2012 COGE will continue to incorporate a series of Master Classes with the international presenters which are open both to teachers undertaking the 2012 COGE and to COGE graduates or teachers who have taken significant amounts (more than 20 hours) of inservice in gifted education.
Mini-COGE on Campus 2013
3rd May and 17th June 2013
Cost:$550 per attendee, includes parking, materials and lunch
29th July and 30th August 2013
Enrolment…Posted: 14th February 2013
Thousands more gifted students are now able to jump a class, thanks to a landmark book on accelerated learning.
“A Nation Deceived: How Schools Hold Back America's Brightest Students” argues for academic acceleration of gifted and…Posted: 1st February 2013
- GERRIC Special EventA Nation Deceived PanelTuesday 15 January 2013, 1.30pm – 4.00pm, Tyree Room,The John Niland Scientia Building This event is now full and we longer can accept registrations
GERRIC has the pleasure of hosting a panel on A…15th January 2013 15th January 2013 When: 15th January 2013 Time: 1:30pm - 4:00pm Location: UNSW Kensington, John Niland Scientia Building Tyree Room http://gerric.arts.unsw.edu.au/news-events/a-nation-deceived-panel-1869.html
Senior research fellow Dr. Jung quoted in SMH article "Maths whiz Jocab plays his numbers to perfection"Posted: 5th November 2012
After 40 years dedicated to gifted education, Emeritus Professor Miraca Gross tells Fran Strachan how being a gifted child informed her exceptional career.
Ten per cent of school children are gifted, some will be identified by their teachers, but…Posted: 22nd March 2012
Abstract: A too-common Australian perception of gifted students channels the image of academically…Posted: 22nd March 2012
As the summer holidays wind down, most students are avoiding thinking about school, but for more than 100 gifted children from across NSW, classes have already begun.
Junior Scientia and Scientia Challenge are programs run bi-annually by the Gifted…Posted: 23rd January 2012
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The School of Education would like to extend its warmest congratulations to…Posted: 7th October 2011
IOWA Acceleration Scale (IAS) is a tool for use by educators, adminstrators, and parents considering whole-grade and single-subject acceleration for students in grades K-8. …Posted: 18th July 2011