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Advocacy involves providing support for gifted and talented students, arguing their case for the best possible educational provision.


On the first, macro level, advocacy involves arguing the case for gifted and talented students in general, and for particular groups such as those from minoritised cultures, boys, girls, young children, adolescents and twice-exceptional students. These needs are generally addressed through conference papers, position statements and other presentations, as well as print and video resources.

What Helps or Hinders the Learning of Academically Talented Junior Secondary School Boys: The Stories of 123 Boys

The Australasian Journal of Gifted Education 30(1) - June 2021

Position Statement on Streaming (Ability Grouping)

Updated October 13, 2017

Position Statement on Innovative Learning Environments (Modern Learning Environments or Flexible Learning Environments)

Updated October 13, 2017

What makes intellectually gifted boys tick?

Presented at the New Zealand Association for Gifted Children Conference, Auckland, 18th March 2018 by Graeme Miller

Submission to EdConvo questions

Updated August 6, 2018


On the second, micro level, advocacy involves addressing the needs of a particular gifted and talented individual, and possibly siblings as well. This may include supporting parents/caregivers by providing advice about ways to handle lack of appropriate provision for their children at school.

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