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Australia's gifted and talented deserve a much better deal In The Media - Posted on 19 September 2017

What if a student's best is beyond the rest of the class.

Adrian Piccoli joins UNSW to lead new education institute In The Media - Posted on 6 September 2017

The Hon Adrian Piccoli is joining UNSW Sydney as director of newly created institute for education.

2017 Premier Teacher Scholarship Article - Posted on 1 September 2017

Cath Barcan receives Creative Arts Scholarship

Melbourne school implements "failure week" to help students build resilience In The Media - Posted on 30 August 2017

Andrew Martin, Professor of Educational Psychology at UNSW featuring on the ABC program PM. 

Indigenous students speak up In The Media - Posted on 30 August 2017

Indigenous students from Matraville Sports High School took top honours as they got a taste of what it’s like to address state parliament during a public speaking competition.

The World Council for Gifted and Talented Children 22nd Biennial Conference Article - Posted on 2 August 2017

The World Council for Gifted and Talented Children 22nd Biennial Conference, hosted by UNSW School of Education a huge success

NSW should have 'selective primary schools' for gifted children: academic In The Media - Posted on 26 July 2017

Dr Jae Jung, UNSW School of Education senior lecturer, says primary schools modelled after selective high schools could be the solution to Australia's "neglect" of its brightest students. 

The future is here and it is three-dimensional In The Media - Posted on 26 July 2017

Matraville Sports High School students will gain hands-on experience with cutting edge technology, hosted by UNSW. 

How to maintain the balance between boundaries and freedom in secondary school parenting Opinion - Posted on 18 July 2017

Of the four people central to secondary school students’ learning and achievement: the student, the parent (or carer), the teacher, and the peers, without question the most influential is the student, writes Andrew Martin.

Why are we neglecting the needs of gifted students? Article - Posted on 11 July 2017

Ahead of a global conference on gifted education, UNSW's Jae Jung says teachers are not being given the training they need to meet gifted students’ special needs.

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How to maintain the balance between boundaries and freedom in secondary school parenting

Of the four people central to secondary school students’ learning and achievement: the student, the parent (or carer), the teacher, and the peers, without question the most influential is the student, writes Andrew Martin.

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