Welcome

Welcome to the Gifted and Talented Children’s Association of South Australia .

GTCASA is a volunteer organisation committed to enhancing the social, emotional and intellectual development of children and adolescents with high intellectual potential.

We organise events for gifted children, their carers and teachers.

...COMMITTEE INFORMATION

GTCASA Committee

GTCASA  is always  looking for energetic volunteers who understand giftedness and believe in helping to unlock the potential of these special needs children.Please email us at giftedsa@gtcasa.asn.au if you have a couple of free hours to assist us with our plans!  Or contact us if you wish to observe at one of our meetings with a view to joining us!

… ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

GTCASA held its Annual General Meeting on Saturday 1st September at Glenunga International High School staff room .

We only managed to attract one more Committee member so we appeal to our community to consider joining our small volunteer Committee so we can continue to present and expand upon our programs of Saturday Club (students), Parent Information Evenings and Professional Development (teachers)

 

Forthcoming GTCASA events include:

SATURDAY CLUB

TERM 4 2018 –

We hope to have our Term 4 details very soon so keep an eye on this website although we will email all members and inquirers of our Association further when we have the details.

Proposed dates for Term 4 are October 27th, November 10th, 24th and December 8th

 

...GLD or 2e 

Gifted with Learning Disorders (GLD) support group meetings

 

PARTCIPATE IN A RESEARCH PROJECT – 13 to19 year olds

My name is Ajit Kaur, a PhD student at University of South Australia. I called you yesterday morning and had a telephonic conversation with you. My research study involves adolescents aged between 13-19 years. It is to request you to support in this project by emailing the below invitation to participate to the contacts in your database. This project has been approved by the Human Ethics Committee, UniSA

Subject: Invitation to participate in a research project ‘Role stress and existential stress in adolescents: Relationship with their emotional intelligence and wellbeing.’

More details here

 

 

 

 

 

 

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