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Monthly Archives: May 2011
Tracy Riley has just advised: New Zealanders: The Ministry of Education has indicated that teachers wanting to enrol in the PostGraduate Diploma in Specialist Teaching endorsed in Gifted and Talented Education can apply for a Special Education Study Award for … Continue reading
As many of you will be aware, I’m in harrassment mode. Right now I can be relied upon to find a connection between just about anyone I know and giftedness, and to ask whether they have opinions on giftedness which … Continue reading
Roya Klinger, founder of the Bavarian Centre for Gifted and Talented, hosts monthly meetings on giftedness in a virtual world called Second Life. Today, our guest speaker was Margaret Meade of http://giftedkids.ie/ talking about MissionV, an amazing programme that has piloted … Continue reading
New Zealand’s Gifted Awareness Week is coming, and here’s how you can help: Whatever it is that is dearest to your heart with regard to giftedness, talent and creativity, write it down. If you have a blog, don’t just blog … Continue reading
As a follower of various e-learning enthusiasts online, I see several posts each day saying “We need 1:1 laptops”, “We’ve got 1:1 iPads”, “Everything your spam ever promised you and more, when you get 1:1 technology in your classroom”, and … Continue reading