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13 May 2024

Teacher tales: debunking the myths about teaching gifted students

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    TEP alumni Dr Christine Lambrianidis and Kimberly Silva

    Join TEP alumni Kimberly Silva (Mount Rowan Secondary College) and Dr Christine Lambrianidis (Suzanne Cory High School) as they tackle myths about gifted students in the classroom. Recorded before the 2023 Year 12 exams, this episode aims to dismantle misconceptions and problematic stereotypes of gifted students that extend beyond the classroom and traditional academic achievements. Parents and teachers looking to understand gifted students more deeply are highly encouraged to tune in!  

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    This podcast series explores, challenges and considers insights into education, school leadership and classroom learning. Views expressed by guests and hosts are their own and do not represent the Academy.    

    Length: 35:26

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