I have known Leisa in personal, professional and collegial capacities since early 2014 and have found her to have a deep interest, awareness, understanding and knowledge of gifted and twice-exceptional students. Leisa has always demonstrated a desire to learn more in order to support students with exceptional needs. Leisa’s personal and professional commitment to identifying … Continue reading Michele Juratowitch, Clearing Skies, Indooroopilly

Michele Juratowitch, Clearing Skies, Indooroopilly

Leisa Taylor is a passionate advocate of equitable and inclusive educational practices for learners with diverse needs. Her focus is to create pathways which engage and develop young minds by building on strengths, supporting weaknesses and fostering positive mental well-being. Her passion and authenticity comes from a personal level, as she has navigated the education … Continue reading Anna Vella, learning support teacher, Brookfield State School

Anna Vella, learning support teacher, Brookfield State School

Leisa Taylor has completed Masters units at the University of New England and is very experienced in the needs of Twice-exceptional children. She has achieved at an excellent level in each unit she has undertaken and is an experienced educator with the patience and understanding required of someone who works with gifted children, and in … Continue reading Dr. Michelle Bannister-Tyrrell, University of New England

Dr. Michelle Bannister-Tyrrell, University of New England

Leisa is an experienced teacher who is also the parent of two, twice-exceptional children. She has specialised in the area of gifted and talented education, with a particular interest in gifted children with learning difficulties. As a parent, Leisa knows well the many challenges those with learning difficulties and their families face. As an educator, … Continue reading Ainsley Robertson, Education & Assistive Technology Advisor/Specialist Teacher

Ainsley Robertson, Education & Assistive Technology Advisor/Specialist Teacher