ZOOM event - Remote Learning: What have we learned

Join us via ZOOM as we share our experiences of remote learning across a range of settings. We will outline some of our findings and observations from this time, sharing the views of students and adults, highlighting what has been learnt, and what can be acted upon as we move forward.
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Kenmore Road
Kenmore QLD 4069

Our committee members will share their experiences of working with students, staff and parents during remote learning. There will be time to ask questions of a general nature at the end. A ZOOM link will be sent to you via email one hour prior to the event. Please read on for brief details of our panel for the evening. 

Michele Juratowitch is Director of Clearing Skies and provides support services for gifted youth, parents and professionals. Michele was awarded a Churchill Fellowship. She will speak about families' responses to remote learning and some of the research she conducted on this topic.

Melissa Dornhart is a primary school teacher with over 20 years of experience in schools. She is currently teaching year 3 at a local state school. Melissa earned her certificate in gifted education through UNSW and has been a QAGTC member for almost 10 years.

Leisa Taylor is a secondary teacher who works in an advisory role with parents and students throughTayloredSolutions. She has focussed on twice-exceptional students and families, expecially their well-being, in her recent study. Leisa has children attending local primary and secondary state schools, but also homeschools.

Sue Stevens is an experienced mathematics and science teacher, currently teaching Year 9 extension mathematics, Year 10 core mathematics and Years 11 and 12 Mathematical Methods. Sue has a masters in education (gifted) and is a frequent presenter at gifted education conferences and professional development seminars for teachers. 

Christina Mitchell is an educational consultant in inclusive education for Brisbane Catholic Education. She has worked in education for 20 years across various roles and has a masters in gifted education. Her interest lies in supporting teachers and schools to ensure all diverse learners experience engaging and challenging learning opportunities and she is particularly passionate about advocating for gifted learners.



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This is a free event

For more information about this event please email west [at] qagtc.org.au


Bookings are now closed (as of 09/11/2020 - 18:50)