Expand Your Learning in Gifted Education
The Gifted Education Research, Resources and Information Centre’s (GERRIC) one- and two-day Masterclasses are open to teachers or school administrators who have already completed at least 16 hours of training or professional development in gifted education (e.g. a GERRIC mini-COGE or similar in-service, a component of a university program in gifted education, the introductory course in GERRIC’s Certificate of Gifted Education [EDST5808], or other substantial PD/in-service attendance).
Masterclasses are led by Australian or overseas presenters who are experts in their field. Masterclasses have no assessment component and cannot be counted towards a UNSW degree. However, it may be possible for students enrolled in MEd studies at UNSW to develop a research project built around issues addressed in a Masterclass which they have attended. Masterclass participants are eligible for NESA-accredited professional learning hours in New South Wales.