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2017 WCGTC Biennial World Conference

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2.10.8 In practice, not just in theory: A developmental approach to supporting social and emotional growth in gifted students

The New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education’s curriculum for gifted learners includes a specific content strand entitled “Personal Development” aimed at supporting gifted students to gain an understanding of what it means to be gifted, building better intra and interpersonal knowledge. Students develop a greater awareness of who they are and what makes them tick and become empowered to take better control of their social and emotional needs. We see amazing social and emotional outcomes for the students we work with and are happy to share our practice with this international community.

Author(s):

Anna Meuli
anna.meuli@nzcge.co.nz
New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education
New Zealand

Anna has worked in the field of gifted education for the past 20 years holding roles such as Gifted Education Adviser, Lecturer and GATE Lead Teacher. Currently Anna works for the New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education as the Consultancy Manager. This role includes supporting communities to establish and maintain their own localised Centres for Gifted Education, curriculum development, programme development and teacher professional learning and development. Anna’s main focus and contributions in the field of Gifted Education are on curriculum development for gifted students, effecting school and teacher change, and translating theory into practice.

 

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