Why failure helps gifted children achieve so much more

  • Gabrielle Oslington

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    Abridged version of a speech given at St Andrews Cathedral School, Sydney on the 7th of May 2018, and published in an Educational Supplement in the Sydney Morning Herald on the 11 of August 2018. 

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    Period11 Aug 2018

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    • TitleWhy failure helps gifted children achieve so much more
      Degree of recognitionNational
      Media name/outletSydney Morning Herold
      Media typePrint
      Duration/Length/Size1000 words
      CountryAustralia
      Date11/08/18
      DescriptionA development model of giftedness recognises that expression of giftedness changes throughout the lifespan. The school years need to work on acquiring the 'tools of the trade' both academically and with regard to personal qualities such as resilience, coping with failure and boredom, and kindness to others.
      Producer/AuthorDr Gabrielle Oslington
      URLhttps://www.smh.com.au/education/why-failure-helps-gifted-children-achieve-so-much-more-20180806-h13le0.html
      PersonsGabrielle Oslington