Vision, 2018 Vol. 29 No.1


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Published biannually, Vision is created for educators and families to support the education of gifted and talented students and children.

The 2018, Vol 29 (No.1) issue is one we are infinitely proud of. On the back of our successful one-day conference on Models of Talent Development, we asked for contributions that focused on unpacking three models presented: Gagné’s DMGT2.0 and IMTD, Ziegler’s Actiotope Model, and Renzulli’s Schoolwide Enrichment Model. The articles in this issue not only review the models from the Conference, but also provides an insight into the philosophy, the theory and the practical approaches in each model. We are honored to publish ‘from the horse’s mouths’, and proud to have such commendable work as contributions to VISION.

We thank all of our contributors for another excellent issue.

Student Showcase (work by Sam Bevacqua and a Yr2 student from St Bernadette’s, Ivanhoe)

Updates (Tournament of Minds, Rural Seminars and Yvonne Perret Scholarship, CEM Conference with Prof Françoys Gagné, VAGTC 2018 Conference)

Reflections  (INSPiRE Program, 21st Century Learning )

Research (The Actiotope Model of Giftedness, Renzulli’s Talent Development)

Resources (Reflective Thinking, Book Reviews)

Calendar (Events, conferences, workshops)

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