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Michelle Lucas

Michelle Lucas

Michelle Lucas is the Gifted and Talented Coordinator at Inaburra School in Bangor, New South Wales. As well as supporting gifted and talented students at the school, she teaches Chemistry and Science Extension. Michelle has previously worked as a chemical engineer in the petrochemical industry and brings a wealth of knowledge and skills to the education sector.

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Underachievement of gifted students – effective interventions
Underachievement of gifted students – effective interventions

In yesterday’s reader submission, Michelle Lucas looked at some of the misconceptions around gifted and high-achieving students. In this follow-up article she shares four interventions to address underachievement and meet the needs of gifted students.

Identifying gifted students – teacher misconceptions
Identifying gifted students – teacher misconceptions

‘The underachievement of gifted and high-achieving students is, in part, propagated by the dangerous myth that they will succeed regardless.’ In this reader submission, Gifted and Talented Coordinator Michelle Lucas looks at some of the misconceptions.

Student curiosity – a taste for learning
Student curiosity – a taste for learning

In her first article, New South Wales teacher Michelle Lucas shared an approach to drive student agency and improve learning skills. In this final instalment, she discusses how student feedback has helped refine the model, its impact in the classroom, and a whole-school rollout.

Sparking student curiosity
Sparking student curiosity

In the first of two articles, New South Wales Science and Maths teacher Michelle Lucas shares an approach she’s developed to drive student agency and improve learning skills.


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