is the creator of, and inspiration behind, the TASC Framework, and she
has been an influential figure in studies of children's thinking processes and cognitive development.
has always been committed to re-addressing and perfecting the interactions of learning and teaching, and to working closely with teaching staff in order to understand the needs of the individual child.
Belle has served on the Executive Committee of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children; she has been editor of Gifted Education International since 1981 (now SAGE Publishers); and is immediate past President of NACE (National Association for Able Children in Education).
What is TASC?
TASC means: Thinking Actively in a Social Context.
TASC is a universal, inclusive, and well-proven framework for teaching problem-solving and thinking skills.
Developed by Belle Wallace
(from 1980 ff.), the TASC Framework is in line with what neuroscience tells us about how the brain works, and, consequently, how all children (and adults!) learn.