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3.3.7 The state of gifted education in Australia: A SWOT analysis

This presentation will commence with an overview of the current state of gifted education in Australia, as informed by a review of the Australian research in gifted education, along with gifted education policies and practices noted in non-research outlets. Thereafter, the findings of a SWOT analysis (i.e., a tool commonly used in the field of corporate management to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of businesses and industries; Helms & Nixon, 2010) on the field of gifted education in Australia, will be reported. Implications for Australia and other countries and recommendations for future research and practice will be discussed.

Author(s):

Jae Yup Jung
jae.jung@unsw.edu.au
The University of New South Wales
Australia

Dr Jae Yup Jung is a Senior Lecturer, a GERRIC Senior Research Fellow and a former Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow in the School of Education at UNSW. The focus of his research is on the decision-making of gifted adolescents on topics such as careers, university entrance and friendships. His research has been recognised with awards from the American Educational Research Association and Mensa International. He is the editor of the Australasian Journal of Gifted Education and a member of the editorial boards of Gifted Child Quarterly and the Journal of Employment Counselling. Formerly, he worked as a Chartered Accountant.

 

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