About AAEGT

The Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented (AAEGT) came into existence in May 1985 as a result of a growing recognition among educators of the need for the establishment of a national body as a focus for the endeavours of Australian teachers and parents in the field of gifted education. The [...]

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Dual Exceptionality

edited by Catherine Wormald and Wilma Vialle

This book is made available with the assistance of the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.

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Giftedness from an Indigenous Perspective

edited by Wilma Vialle

This publication is made available with the assistance of the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.

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Australasian Journal of Gifted Education

 

The Australasian Journal of Gifted Education is the official scholarly peer-reviewed publication of the Australian Association for the Education of [...]

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Call for manuscripts: Special issue showcasing the work of New Zealand researchers

 

CALL FOR MANUSCRIPTS:

Submissions due Friday 1 December [...]

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Introducing AAEGT 2017 President

Introducing Lesley Henderson, the AAEGT president 2017. Lesley’s term as President commences at the close of our 2017 [...]

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Gifted Awareness Week- 2018

Gifted Awareness Week 2018 – March 18 to 24 ACCEPTANCE: Diversity and Equality

 

How will your school, business or organisation get involved in Gifted Awareness [...]

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