Rebecca Napier is currently undertaking research in the area of the career development of gifted adolescent girls. This research aims to increase knowledge about the career-related influences, barriers, and supports experienced by these students. It is expected that this knowledge will be used to promote improved workforce engagement, transition experiences, post-schooling outcomes, and wellbeing outcomes for gifted females. This research will be submitted by Rebecca to be considered for a PhD qualification with Flinders University (thesis title: 'An investigation of the career development experiences of gifted adolescent girls enrolled in selective entry gifted education high school programs in South Australia').
Rebecca's interests in well-being and achievement for gifted individuals are key driving forces in her roles as an Extended Learning Coach in the private schooling sector, researcher, and contract academic teacher.
MEd (Educational Management and Leadership), MEd (Special Education with specialisation in Gifted Education)
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