Parent Support Group Meeting- North Branch

Come along for an evening of sharing ideas, questions, triumphs and all the ups and downs of parenting gifted children with other like-minded parents.

North Branch Support Meeting

Come along to meet like-minded parents, share stories and information and learn what's coming up for our North Branch group in the next few months.

North Branch Support Meeting

This month our president, Julia Bailey, will share Dr John Munro's 2013 publication: "High-ability learning and brain processes: How neuroscience can help us to understand how gifted and talented students learn and the implications for teaching."

North Branch Support Meeting

Come along as we continue our monthly article studies, with this month's article:  "Stuck in Another Dimension:  The Exceptionally Gifted Child in School" by Stephanie Tolan.

February Parent/Teacher Support Group Meeting Acceleration: Is moving ahead the right step?

Acceleration: Look at the facts and the myths, and hear about some real life accelerants and their experiences.

“So if my child is supposed to be so ‘gifted’,why aren’t they doing better at school?”

One of the many causes of school underachievement is poor academic self-concept.This session will present some insights for parents and teachers to help gifted students improve their academic self-concept.

2015 Parent Guided Study Group - Module 3 Social and Emotional Development of Gifted Students

Interested in sharing your own and others' experiences in parenting gifted children and understanding their unique social and emotional needs?

Brisbane North Branch June Parent Support Group

The Brisbane North Support Group Meeting is an opportunity for parents, teachers and members of the community who are interested in supporting gifted students to share experiences and gain information.  We have a resource library for our QAGTC financial members.

Talking to Children about Being Gifted or GLD - Gold Coast

Parents and teachers sometimes wonder if they should “tell” a child that she is gifted or reveal her actual IQ “numeral” and subtest scores. And what is the kindest way to break the news that the gifted child also has a learning disability or ADHD or ASD or perhaps just “something else going on” which sometimes interferes with school achievement? Should the child be told the actual “label” for his disability, or is there sometimes a place for metaphors, euphemisms or other descriptors for this neurodevelopmental paradox? This interactive session will discuss some age-appropriate strategies for speaking to gifted and GLD children and encouraging self-advocacy and self-efficacy – strategies to promote understanding without arrogance, confidence without bravado, and acceptance without despair.

Gifted and Thriving: Developing the Whole Child

  • Gold Coast Information Session - parents, teachers and other professionals welcome
  • Guest Speaker: Michele Juratowitch (Director-Clearing Skies)
  • Information from a range of disciplines such as health, gifted education, developmental and positive psychology provide guidelines about how we can parent, nurture the whole child and enable the gifted child to flourish.
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