- The Gifted Qualification Outside the Gifted Classroom
- The wildest winds
- Gifted Education in Early Childhood in New Zealand – A Literature Review
- Belonging and Gifted Children
- The Restraints of Being Gifted
- Don’t Freak Out!
- Six Word Slogans
- To the true heroes and heroines of Gifted Awareness Week
- Guest Blogger, Hon. Chris Hipkins
- Guest Blogger, Hon. Tracey Martin
- Creativity and Recreativity
- What the Tui Tells Me
- Chalk, Cheese, and a Connected Community of Learners.
- My Mind is Full of Stars
- The silencing of the other
Top Posts & Pages
Tag Cloud#2ekids #gtchat #nzgaw 2E active children art assessment blogs about giftedness blogstorm blog tour bullying challenge child's viewpoint children's art children's writing collaboration Conference creativity Dabrowski definitions depth of learning developing nations dual exceptionalities e-learning educational technology environmental issues evaluation excellence executive function feedback gifted advocacy Gifted Awareness Week gifted children gifted education graphics guest blogger hegemony holiday programme homeschool humour identification losing Maori music One Day School online resources parents pertectionism photoquotes portfolios professional learning questioning current practice reflection Renzulli rural communities schools school transition self-assessment self-directed learning sensitivities sharing work social and emotional needs of the gifted social media sport student engagement student progress Success teachers time management twice exceptional twitter values winning world gifted and talented awareness day writers
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Blog posts attributed to guest bloggers are the intellectual property of the individual writers, and images are accompanied by the relevant license information if created by others.
Monthly Archives: June 2013
Today’s guest blogger, Lisa Barlow, asks whether we have a limiting view of some of our gifted learners. When thinking about Gifted Awareness Week, what came to my mind was the perceptions of what is considered to be cleverness and … Continue reading
An Investigation into the Identification of Māori Gifted and Talented Students in Mainstream Schools in Aotearoa New Zealand
Guest blogger Emma Scobie-Jennings writes about her research. Gifted and talented education has always been a passion of mine, but as my career has progressed I have become more and more interested in how students from minority cultures are identified … Continue reading
Every weekday, kids go to school to learn. To learn vital skills for when they grow up, to learn fun facts to teach others. But for the gifted, this is another story. Some of us go to normal public schools, like any other … Continue reading
Please welcome today’s guest blogger, Annika Voulgaris, writing about her role with Young Members of Mensa New Zealand. My name is Annika Voulgaris, I’m 25 and I am the Young Members co-ordinator and Gifted Children’s liaison for Mensa New Zealand. … Continue reading
Here’s to Gifted Awareness Week, and here’s to Leigh! Please welcome Leigh, our guest blogger for today. Leigh was on Facebook, and did some thinking. I hope you’ll like what she came up with, and share that on Facebook, too. … Continue reading
Sometimes at school I feel like saying out loud: “Maths just has to change. RIGHT NOW”. What I really mean by that is, “Give us a challenge”. Well, you can’t really blame me. I’m a year 4, in the highest … Continue reading
A nine year old boy writes to his Member of Parliament, asking for government funding for a charitable trust which is one of New Zealand’s largest providers of gifted education. 13 June 2013 Dear Mr McIndoe THE IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOLS … Continue reading