An evening for parents and teachers
Cat Miedecke & Katharine O'Donnell
Homeschooling a gifted child
The registration process
Home school methods within a gifted context
Home school options: full time, part time, preprepared curriculum, distance education
Home schooled children and university
Participants will be provided with an extensive list of resources including curriculum suggestions, articles and support groups
7.30 pm, Tuesday 30 March, 2021
Cost: current TAG financial members - free; non-members - $5
Those registered will be emailed a link and instructions for connecting to Zoom a few days before the event.
Cat is a registered teacher and mother of 5 gifted children, two of whom are currently home schooled. Cat experienced home school life as a student in her early years, while living overseas with her family. Cat has also taught in the classroom in both primary and high school, and continues to be involved in coaching and officiating children's sport. Cat is a current member of the TAG committee.
Katharine O’Donnell, Education Registrar at the Office of the Education Registrar, will address the regulatory aspects of home schooling in Tasmania.
CONTACT DETAILS: firstname.lastname@example.org
Biographical details and qualifications are supplied by the presenter and may not have been verified by TAG.
The advice offered in this session is general in nature and may not be specific to your individual situation. Whilst all care is taken to provide accurate advice, please seek a second opinion or consult an expert about your specific circumstances.