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2007 COST Workshop Meeting the Needs of Gifted Children and Adolescents – Towards a European Roadmap

2007 COST Workshop Meeting the Needs of Gifted Children and Adolescents – Towards a European Roadmap

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Conference Report
COST Strategic WorkshopMeeting the Needs of GiftedChildren and Adolescents –Towards a European Roadmap
Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 November 2007
Radisson SAS EU Hotel Brussels, Rue d’Idalie 35, B-1050 Brussels
 
Source of the photos: Digital Photo Library of the Regional Policy Directorate-General of the European Commission
 
 
COST Strategic Workshop:Meeting the Needs of Gifted Children and Adolescents – Towards a European Roadmap
DAY 1 - Monday 26 November 2007
08.30 Registration and Coffee 
09.00 Opening and welcome addresses
Martin Grabert 
Director, COST Office, Brussels
 Peter Dröll 
Head of Cabinet of Commissioner Poto
č
nik
 Hiltrud Breyer  
Member of the European Parliament
 
09.30 Session 1 - Introduction to the field
Chaired by:
David Gronbaek
, COST Office, Brussels, Belgium
09.30 Johannes Klumpers 
European Commission: DG Research, Directorate L: Science, economy and society
Funding policies09.50 Christian Fischer  
ICBF, University of Münster, Germany
How to define giftedness and high ability?
10.15 Coffee Break 
10.45 Session 2 - Research and application
 
Chaired by:
Csaba Böde
, Hungarian Student Research Foundation, Hungary
10.45 Franz Mönks 
Centre for the Study of Giftedness, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
 An overview about gifted education in 21 European countries: inventory and perspective11.15 Tessa Kieboom 
Centrum Voor Begaafdheidsonderzoek, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Specific educational measures to promote all forms of giftedness at schools in Europe11.45 George Betts
University of Northern Colorado, USA
The Basic Autonomous Learner Model for the Gifted: Self-regulated learning
12.15 Lunch 
 
13.45 Johanna Raffan 
National Association for Able Children in Education, Oxford (NACE), United Kingdom
School improvement through self-evaluation14.15 Wieslawa Anna Limont 
Instytut Artystyczny, University of Torun, Poland
Model of Specific Giftedness Structures (MSGS) – Research and Application14.45 Daniela Ostatnikova
Medical Faculty, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia
Biomedical correlates of academic giftedness
 
15.30 Ema Oliveira
Department of Psychology, Universidad do Minho, Braga, Portugal
Effects of academic acceleration: Findings with Portuguese students
15.45 Coffee Break 
16.15 Session 3 - Panel 1 and Open Discussion: How do Lisbon strategy and high ability go together?
Chaired by:
Tim Dracup
, Ministry of Education, United Kingdom
Hans van der Loo 
European Union Liaison, Royal Dutch Shell, Belgium
Franz Mönks 
European Council for High Ability
 Peter Csermely
Semmelweis University, Budapest; Hungarian National Talent Support Council, Hungary
 Scientific research training for gifted children in HungaryDieter Hausamann
DLR_School_Lab, Helmholtz-Gemeinschaft
 
, Germany
Science Labs and their potential for gifted & and talented education
17.45 Closing session 19.00 Dinner 
 
DAY 2 - Tuesday 27 November 2007
Practical experiences in Europe – and recommendations for research and practice09.00 Session 4 - Projects for the education of gifted children at school and beyond
 
Chaired by:
Johanna Raffan
, National Association for Able Children in Education, Oxford (NACE), United Kingdom
09.00 Jutta Billhardt 
Hochbegabtenförderung e.V. Berlin, Germany
The Virtual School09.20 Sieglinde Weyringer  
Fachbereich Erziehungswissenschaft, Salzburg University, Austria
Character Education in a Virtual School for Gifted Students: two concepts combined09.40 Christian Fischer 
ICBF, University of Münster, Germany
Learning Strategies in Gifted Education10.00 Ulrike Kempter 
State College of Teacher Education; Austrian Research and Support Centre for the Gifted and Talented,Salzburg, Austria
 The Autonomous Learner Model as a possibility of differentiation in order to meet the needs of highability students in regular classroom teaching10.20 Colm O’Reilly
Irish Centre for Talented Youth, Ireland
Working with young people of exceptional academic ability
10.40 Coffee Break 
11.00 Todd Lubart
Institut de Psychologie, University Paris 5, France
Creative Giftedness11.20 Csilla Fuszek
Csányi Foundation, Budapest, Hungary
 Investment for the Long-run – The Talent-Care Program of the the Csányi Foundation for Children
12.00 Lunch 
13.00 Session 5 - Attracting young talents into Research & Development careers
Chaired by:
Julia Stamm
, COST Office, Brussels, Belgium
13.00 Burkhard Fricke
The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings, Germany
The Lindau Meetings: A ‘best-practice’ model for the promotion of gifted scientists13.20 Csaba Böde 
Network of Youth Excellence (NYEX), Hungarian Student Research Foundation, Hungary
The Student Research Movement in Hungary13.40 Cornelia Schneider 
EU Bureau of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany
Promoting young female scientists14.00 David Pappie
Global Attraction and Recruitment, Shell International
  A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Talent Recognition at Shell
14.40 Panel 2 – Closing Session: Meeting the needs of gifted children and adolescents: Next stepstowards a European Roadmap
Chaired by:
Franz Mönks
, Radbound University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Hiltrud Breyer  
European Parliament
Wolf-MichaelCatenhusen 
Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Germany
 Tim Dracup
Gifted and Talented Education Unit, Department for Education and Skills, Ministry of Education, United Kingdom
 Johanna Raffan
Secretary of the European Council for High Ability
Kirsi Tirri
Department of Practical Theology, University of Helsinki, European Council of High Ability, Finland
15.30 Closing of the Workshop with coffee and informal get-together 
 

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