Utilising ICT to support differentiated learning for gifted students can be a means to unfetter student potential raising the question, how can learning programs be differentiated to ensure curriculum requirements are met while still retaining the integrity of creative thought? Exploring this question has led both students and educators down a path of wonderment and innovation. A path, acknowledging that ICT was born of a creative mind and embraced by our world, has been integral in re-igniting a passion and thirst for creative outcomes. Presenting solutions rather than seeking questions has long been the downfall of creative thought within our educational settings. Through examining the Australian Story and the harnessing of technology to meet student needs, participants will share the journey of educational innovation, tenaciously grabbing hold of great questions that become springboards to enquiring, creative minds switched on to learning and forging footsteps that will change our world.
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