01 Sep An overview of new developments concerning the ECHA training in (and possibly outside) Europe
An overview of new developments concerning the ECHA training in (and possibly outside) Europe
Symposium316Enikö Orsolya Bereczki, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary; Christian Fischer, University of Münster, Germany; Mariska Poelman, Radboud University, Netherlands; Ulrike Kempter, Pädagogische Hochschule Oberösterreich, Austria
Central AmericaThu 15:45 - 17:15
Balanced research and practice
A major aim of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA) is to act as a communication network to promote the exchange of information among people interested in high ability – educators, researchers, psychologists, parents and the highly able themselves. ECHA also aims to enhance the study and development of potential excellence in people.One of the ways to reach this aim is training people to become ECHA-Specialists in Gifted Education. Making educators aware of the potentials and problems of highly able students often changes the school climate and helps to overcome possible prejudices against high ability.
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