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2.3.7 Narrative inquiry into practitioners' perspectives of gifted education in South Australia

This presentation will report about doctoral research conducted using narrative inquiry to explore and interpret the experiences of three practitioners who have been instrumental to the development of gifted education in South Australia. The results are significant in the telling of the practitioners’ stories, and in the construction of an interpretation of the past and a vision for the future of gifted education in South Australia. The stories will be presented as ‘thinking-tools’ (Moen, 2006) to provoke the audience to reflect on and engage in professional learning and practices that specifically focus on improved outcomes for gifted and talented students.

Author(s):

Lesley Henderson
lesley.henderson@flinders.edu.au
Flinders University
Australia

Lesley coordinates the Gifted Education specialization at Flinders University and is the Assistant Dean, Teaching and Learning in the School of Education. She is the SA Director on the Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented (AAEGT), and the AAEGT representative on the Australian Alliance of Associations in Education (AAAE).

 

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