Student Diversity Australian Curriculum

Gifted and Talented Students and the Australian Curriculum

Gifted and talented students are entitled to rigorous, relevant and engaging learning opportunities drawn from the Australian Curriculum and aligned with their individual learning needs, strengths, interests and goals. (Australian Curriculum, Student Diversity http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/StudentDiversity/Gifted-and-talented-students)

Advice from ACARA will focus on how teachers can use the flexible design of the Australian Curriculum to meet the individual learning needs of gifted and talented students and make necessary adjustments to meet their individual learning needs.

Planning for Gifted and Talented Education: Deep understandings, essential questions and learning and teaching approaches.

Education Resources for Teachers and Parents of Gifted and Talented Students

Dweck, Carol S., 1999, Self-Theories: Their Role in Motivation, Personality and Development, Psychology Press, USA

Dweck, Carol S., 2007,: The Perils and Promises of Praise: in Educational Leadership, Volume 65, http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/oct07/vol65/num02/The-Perils-and-Promises-of-Praise.aspx

GERRIC (UNSW)
Professional Development Package for Teachers

Gifted and Talented Children’s Association of South Australia http://gtcasa.asn.au/wp/

Henderson L. and Farrall, J., 2015, Supporting your gifted and talented child’s achievement and well-being: A resource for parents 

Hoagies’ Gifted Page, 2012, http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/

“Mindset Tips for Parents of Under Fives” in Centre for Confidence and Well-being http://www.centreforconfidence.co.uk/flourishing-lives-young-people.php?p=cGlkPTU0MSZpZD0xODg1

Porter L, 2005, Gifted Young Children, 2nd edition, Allen and Unwin, Sydney