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- Guest Blogger, Hon. Chris Hipkins
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Monthly Archives: June 2012
I was asked (again) recently what I recommend for gifted children to read in their leisure time. It can be quite challenging to find material in our bookshops and libraries that suits the pre-teen gifted child with a reading age … Continue reading
Hon. Dr. Peter Sharples, our guest blogger today, writes in his capacity as Associate Minister of Education. “Tēna koutou katoa. New Zealand Gifted Awareness Week provides the opportunity to raise awareness of gifted and talented learners; and for all of … Continue reading
As the #NZGAW Blog Tour of 2012 draws to an end, the blog tourists have spread out along the path, and some have found other interesting places to explore, much like the sheep in the photo above. We won’t all … Continue reading
Guest blogger Tayne Lewis is a ten year old boy of Māori descent. Like many ten year old boys, he’d like point out that he will soon be turning eleven. However, in other ways, Tayne holds some quite different perspectives … Continue reading
Hon. John Banks, our guest blogger today, writes in his capacity as the leader of the ACT Party. The ACT Party, of which I am proud to be the Leader, has always believed in a diverse education system that offers … Continue reading
Our guest blogger is a mother of gifted children, sharing her story through a list of confessions. DISCLAIMER: I may be gifted and I am the mother of 2 gifted children, but I do not see myself as gifted at … Continue reading
Schools in New Zealand are required to do the following, according to the National Administration Guidelines: (c) on the basis of good quality assessment information, identify students and groups of students: who are not achieving; who are at risk of … Continue reading