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Monthly Archives: June 2011
I work for Gifted Online, and I’m delighted to let you know that we are having an online holiday programme! During the second week of the New Zealand school holidays (25-29 July) your children can hone their computer graphics skills … Continue reading
Hosting a blog tour has been a lot of work, and a lot of fun. I’m really grateful to everyone who has been involved – as writers, readers, commenters, and linkers (tweeters, retweeters, e-mailers, facebookers and people who linked to … Continue reading
Today is the end of Gifted Awareness Week, and there is a new post on the WAGC blog. Tomorrow (when it’s still today in America) we’ll link in the last of the international blogs. There may be a few follow-up … Continue reading
Guest blogger Janine offers her perspective on what is, what is not, and what could be provided for gifted children in New Zealand schools. The GATE One Day School offers a contrasting experience. From my perspective as a parent I … Continue reading
Paul, a father of two gifted children, shares his experiences: My son, Tyler, was born in 1997. He was our first child, so we didn’t know what to expect – the manual seemed to stop at the point of birth! … Continue reading
My good friend Marg Frauenstein is a teacher who decided to homeschool her two delightful gifted children – until life got in the way. Many people considering homeschooling worry that once they have begun, there may be no way out. … Continue reading
There are few of us working in gifted education in New Zealand who cannot attribute some part of what we have learnt about teaching the gifted to Rosemary Cathcart. Rosemary founded the George Parkyn Centre (now The Gifted Education Centre), … Continue reading