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Wilhelmina Jacoba Vialle, Australian education educator, educator. Grantee Australian Bicentennial, 1988, Florida Department Education, 1990, Children's Board Hillsborough County, 1991, Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation, 1992, American Red Cross, 1994-1996, Malaysian Ministry Education, 1996.


Vialle, Wilhelmina Jacoba was born on June 18, 1955 in Ouse, Tasmania, Australia. Daughter of Adrianus Jacobus and Maria Helena (Eindhoven) Vialle.


Bachelor of Education, University Tasmania, 1977. Master of Education, University Tasmania, 1990. Doctor of Philosophy, University South Florida, 1991.


English, speech and drama teacher, Penguin H.S., 1977-1981; English, speech and drama teacher, Devonport H.S., 1982-1987; senior mistress curriculum development, Devonport H.S., 1988; administrator assistant, U. South Florida, 1989; doctoral assistant, U. South Florida, 1989-1990; researcher, teaching assistant, U. South Florida, 1990-1991; graduate fellow, U. South Florida, 1991; teacher, Ogilvie H.S., 1992; senior curriculum officer Supportive School Environment Program, U. Tasmania, 1992; lecturer Center for Education, U. Tasmania, 1992; lecturer educational psychology, U. Wollongong, since 1993. Reviewer Australasian Journal Gifted Education, 1994-1997, Gifted Child Quarterly,1995. Presenter at conferences National Association for Drama in Education, Brisbane, 1987, Australian Association for Research in Education, Fremantle, 1993, Newcastle, 1994, Hobart, 1995, Association for the Education of Gifted and Talented, Adelaide, 1996, Australian Teacher Education Association, Lauceston, 1996, National Council Teachers English, Colorado Springs, 1990, Indianapolis, 1991, Florida Association for the Gifted, Daytona Beach, Florida, 1990, Little Rock, 1990, National Association for the Gifted, Kansas City, Missoury, 1991, World Indigenous Peoples Conference Education, Wollongong, 1993, Australasian-International Conference on the Education of Gifted Students, Melbourne, 1995, Tel Aviv, Israel, 1995, World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Hong Kong, 1995, Seattle, 1997, European Conference on Ednl.

Research, Bath, England, 1995, 7th International Conference on Thinking, Singapore, 1997, among others.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Nurturing Multiple Intelligences in the Australian Classroom, 1995, Why Psychology?, 1995, Developing Diverse Talents, The Many Faces of Giftedness: Lifting the Masks. Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to numerous books.


Member National Association for Gifted Children, American Educational Research Association, Australian Association for Research in Education, Australian Association for Education of the Gifted and Talented, New South Wales Association for Gifted and Talented, World Council of the Gifted and Talented, European Council for High Ability, Phi Kappa Phi.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: scrabble, swimming, aerobics, reading.


Adrianus Jacobus Vialle

Maria Helena (Eindhoven) Vialle