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Perfectionism: Supporting and advocating for your gifted child - parent event

  • 30 May 2023
  • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Online (Zoom)

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  • Please note, there is only one log in per school, so you will need to register additional interested teachers as guests.

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Dianne’s presentation will focus on perfectionism and building strong school/parent relationships. She will discuss what the latest research tells us about perfectionism and gifted students, how to support maladaptive perfectionism and the need for struggle as a part of this process. She will also talk about ways to foster a positive home-school relationship from both school and parent/carer’s perspectives. Dianne is happy to take questions, though it would be great if they could be emailed beforehand and if time permits, will take some on the day. Please email your questions to info@giftedwa.org.au

About the Presenter:

Dianne Bond is a passionate educator and parent of gifted and GLD children. She runs Thriving Poppies, an educational consultancy that works with parents and schools to better equip them to support students to thrive and be their best selves. Dianne has worked for GERRIC for over four years, delivering the Mini-COGE suite of courses to school across Australia, as well as working with undergraduate students in gifted education as a tutor. She has been a head teacher of English at two school, an officer of pedagogy within the Wollongong Catholic Education Office and is currently teaching students through the gifted pull-out program, One Day School with the Tasmanian Catholic Education Office. As a mum of two teenage accelerated gifted and GLD children, she has experience as both a parent, teacher, leader, and educational consultant. She has a Masters in Gifted Education and is currently studying Special Education at a post graduate level. She believes that a strong partnership between schools and carers is vital for children to thrive.


Note: Unfortunately, our previous event "Understanding IQ Reports & Adovacating for your child" has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.

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