Western Australia's association for gifted support, advocacy and resources
This professional learning event will explore the research behind acceleration, types of acceleration and key strategies to ensure acceleration is implemented appropriately and effectively for the right students, in order for them to socialise with like-minded peers and experience a challenging learning environment while at school.
About Kylie Bice
Kylie Bice is an experienced Education Consultant with Growing Up Greatness, specialising in gifted education, differentiation, thinking skills, and educating diverse student groups. Kylie is an award-winning teacher and scholar and was previously the Senior Inclusive and Gifted Education Consultant at the Association of Independent Schools of WA. Kylie has many years of experience working with gifted and talented students in government and non-government schools, and works with schools to examine and improve their practice, policies and processes in order to better support and challenge students of all abilities.
Kylie is also represents Western Australia as a board directors of the AAEGT
(Australian Association for the Education of Gifted and Talented)
Venue: Christ Church Grammar School Preparatory School Staff Room Queenslea Drive, Claremont
Free for Members (Individual Memberships $25 Family Memberships are $35 - Consider joining and get access to other events that are labelled free for members).
School Members can send as many staff as they wish
School Memberships include 2 x AAEGT Journals per year and as many staff that wish to attend events events labelled free to members as you wish to send, $190.
School and Family Members please register your guests under your School or Families primary email logon account
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