Mini-COGE Course

Mini-COGE Course
6 March 2024 08:30
UNSW Sydney
27 March 2024 08:30
UNSW Sydney

The two-day Mini-COGE provides useful and practical Professional Development to educators in supporting gifted and high potential students. Gifted and high potential students are not necessarily high achievers; we focus on how to engage and support these students to reach their high potential.

The Mini-COGE will help you to:

  • Identify gifted, high potential and talented students
  • Differentiate the curriculum for high potential students
  • Implement ability grouping or acceleration
  • Understand gifted education research and best practices
  • Develop an existing (or create a new) unit of work to best suit the needs of the differentiated classroom and gifted students

The unit of work allows you to implement practical changes to curriculum, assessment and pedagogy, receive feedback from other educators and the GERRIC academic presenter, and provide ongoing impact to you and your students.

Please note that attendance for all hours is mandatory, so please plan your travel and commitments accordingly.

The Mini-COGE is designed for teachers and administrators currently working in schools. If you have another role, please email us at [email protected] to enquire before registering.

Face to face courses

This session will be face to face at UNSW's Kensington campus. It will be moved online for the same dates and times if we are unable to proceed with a face to face course.

Attendees will be provided with details on the room and its location on campus at least 7 days before the course start date.

FAQs

What is the refund policy?

Attendees will need to provide written notice by email to GERRIC at least 14 days prior to the course start date or be charged a fee of 30% of the original ticket price. Refund requests will be reviewed and fees can be waived under extenuating circumstances. Further details can be found in the terms and conditions section of the order form.

Can I transfer my ticket to a different date if I'm no longer able to attend?

Event transfer requests should be provided in writing by email to GERRIC at least 14 days prior to the course start date and will only be accommodated if there is availability on an alternative date. A fee may occur if the request is received within 14 days of the event starting.

Is there on-campus parking?

There is 2P, 4P and All-Day metered parking for students and visitors around UNSW's Kensington campus. Please contact the organiser if you would like more information regarding on-campus parking.

UNSW's Kensington campus is located in the eastern suburbs and is easily accessible by public transport. Catch a train to Central or the CBD, catch the L2 Randwick Line or L3 Kingsford Line Light Rail, or a bus service to the Kensington campus.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Phone: 02 9385 1972

Email: [email protected] 

Order formSince 2021, GERRIC researchers are conducting a study on the role of professional learning in gifted education. All Mini-COGE attendees are being asked to complete an extended demographic information registration form as part of this research. However, we will contact you to seek permission to use your data. We appreciate your cooperation and time completing this information.

Price AUD 695.00
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