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3.11.7 Defensible identification: We can’t lead differentiation if we don’t know who we have!

In a recent grant funded project, the presenter found a viable way to develop and implement a “defensible” identification system that tells educational planner specific information that places students accurately into appropriately differentiated services and ensures that traditionally under-served populations with high potential are recognised and supported as well. The system developed as well as the support services provided will be shared with audience participants.

Author(s):

Karen Rogers
kbrogers@stthomas.edu
University of St. Thomas
United States

Karen Rogers is excited to be back in Australia after her 3-year sojourn here from 2005-2008 as Director of Research for GERRIC (UNSW). She is Professor Emerita at University of St. Thomas, but has continued receiving government research grants to investigate what works for underserved and twice exceptional learners. She has written/ co-written 7 books, published over 200 articles, and conducted 98 program evaluations and field based studies. She currently sits on Advisory Boards of the US Department of Defense Overseas Schools, Grayson Gifted School, William & Mary Gifted Education Center, and the Minnesota Department of Education.

 

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