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05/12

The STEAM Stars Project: Supporting gifted pupils using STEAM

This event is of value to colleagues working in teaching, policy, and education settings, as well as parents, home educators, and anyone who works with young people.

Evidence suggests that highly gifted learners represent as much as 15% of the EU school-age population, although at present there is a marked scarcity of targeted teacher training in this area. As a result, most gifted students spend the majority of the time in regular classrooms without access to challenging work or teachers knowledgeable about the special learning needs of high-ability learners.

This event is free to attend, and will be held on Saturday 10 December from 0930-1630 at the Institute for Creative Cultures, Coventry University.

Register here: The STEAM Stars Project: Supporting gifted pupils using STEAM

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