An evening for parents and teachers
All About Individual Learning Plans
Allison Cornish & Jacqueline Hardman
Join Allison and Jakki as they explain how schools can form and use Individual Learning plans for gifted students, the importance of parent and student input, and when parents should request an ILP.
7.30 pm, Wednesday 15th February 2022
Cost: current TAG financial members - free; non-members - $5
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Allison Cornish is vice president of the Tasmanian Association for the Gifted and the Deputy Principal at Larmenier Catholic Primary School in Launceston. She has more than twelve years of experience in gifted education and has worked with hundreds of teachers to develop their understanding of the needs of gifted children and ability to cater for these differences in the classroom.
Jakki Hardman is the current Learning Extension Coordinator at MacKillop Catholic College, where she also teaches Japanese. She is concurrently researching in the area of gifted education with UNSW as part fulfillment of a doctorate in education. Once a long-term resident of Japan, Jakki passed N1 of the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) and completed her undergraduate degree at Tohoku University, Sendai. After graduating, Jakki opened an English language school in Japan and ran a nationwide project collecting English language books for a prefectural library. Jakki is a past president of JATNET (Japanese Language Teachers Network of Tasmania) and current committee member of TAG (Tasmanian Association for the Gifted).
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.