Monthly Archives: August 2012

Not Quite a Book Review

I had the honour of being asked to review a book, at least a month ago, and I must confess that life has got in the way. I am a quarter of the way through the book, I love it, … Continue reading

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Great Ideas from Kiwi Kids

During the International Week of the Gifted, we have been looking ahead. Next year is the International Year of Giftedness and Creativity. What shall we do, in order to celebrate it? This is the question I have put to my … Continue reading

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Who You Gonna’ Call? MythBusters!

Guest blogger, Associate Professor Tracy Riley of Massey University, is all for busting a few myths. Who You Gonna’ Call? MythBusters! Today I feel like I need to get out my mythbuster suit and be a super heroine!  Is there … Continue reading

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Tell, Share, Encourage, Inspire

Here are some projects that invite people in gifted education and advocacy to tell their stories, to share their work, and to encourage and inspire one another. Please consider how you can contribute. Next week (6-12 August) is the International … Continue reading

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