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- 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.
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Monthly Archives: June 2014
It seems entirely appropriate to wind up this year’s enormously successful blog tour with another contribution from a gifted child. Caila is one of Gifted Online’s youngest students, but she is already beginning to articulate her own ideas about creativity. … Continue reading
Hon. Chris Hipkins, our guest blogger today, writes in his capacity as education spokesperson for the Labour Party. There is a lot of talk these days about under achievement within our education system. The rhetoric goes that we need to … Continue reading
Hon. Maggie Barry, our guest blogger today, writes in her capacity as Member of Parliament for the National Party. Gifted and Talented Education Realising and supporting potential is the key to educational greatness. Each and every child should have the … Continue reading
96 students from Gifted Kids have collaborated to write an open letter to Parliament. What can this inspire you to write to someone who can make a difference? To All Members of Parliament You don’t know who I am, what … Continue reading
David Seymour is the Epsom Candidate for the ACT Party. Here he shares his thoughts following the Political Panels on Gifted Education last week: After a recent debate on Gifted Education an expert in the field told me that I … Continue reading
Guest blogger JK is a student of Gifted Online. He has chosen to use an acrostic poem for his blog post. Great Creativity Independent thinkers Full on hard work Talented Extension work required Do well in passion areas Find … Continue reading
Students from Gifted Kids explain how important quality learning is to them. The accompanying art was created by students of the Gifted Kids programme, supported by art tutor Amy Evans. I think that the government SHOULD fund One Day School … Continue reading
Shanae writes about the relationship between thinking about the big things and forgetting the little things. Conor’s art shows that there is always something going on in his head, too. Conor and Shanae are students of Gifted Online. There is … Continue reading