The Gifted Education Research, Resources and Information Centre (GERRIC) is situated within the UNSW School of Education, a research-intensive school involved in many high-level projects at the national and international level.
The Gifted Education Research, Resources and Information Centre (GERRIC) at UNSW is the leading centre in Australia for professional educators looking to enhance their ability to help gifted students flourish in today’s classroom.
The School of Education is home to numerous world-class researchers and research teams conducting high-impact work across Education in areas including Educational Psychology, Languages and Literacy, and Gifted Education.
UNSW School of Education offers a range of postgraduate research, from intensive preservice teaching programs to advanced degrees for experienced educators. Our accelerated pre-service teacher education programs are specifically designed to support students in their
Shaping & Honing Bright Young Minds
The Junior Scientia Program is designed for gifted and talented primary school students in years 3-6. To participate in the program students will select one 3-day workshop from a range of options.
A Proactive Community-Based Approach to Indigenous Education
UNSW is committed to educating teachers who can empower Indigenous students to meet their potential in the classroom and provide a culturally sensitive teaching of Indigenous knowledges and histories to all students.
Open to a World of Global Teaching Opportunities
UNSW Language and Literacy Education, including Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), focuses on the teaching and learning of languages and literacy in both English-speaking and non-English-speaking nations.
Through careful observation and supervised teaching, Professional Experience enables pre-service teachers to develop the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to plan for and manage successful classrooms.