- 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
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Author Archives: Mary St George
Many teachers consider studying gifted education, but have niggling doubts, asking themselves, “Shouldn’t I take a paper which will benefit the whole class?” After ten years in gifted education, I am now focussing on my other specialty which is distance … Continue reading
My guest blogger, Imogen, is a student of Gifted Online. She has contributed a poem which exudes the confidence and resilience we want for all of the children we teach. Thank you, Imogen! The wildest winds The wildest winds Twist … Continue reading
Joanna McGibbon St George has contributed her recent review of the literature on gifted education in early childhood to the blog tour. Thank you, Jo. Introduction Is gifted education in the New Zealand early childhood sector one aspect that is … Continue reading
Our guest blogger this evening is a student called Lily, who has also written for Gifted Awareness Week on previous occasions. Thanks, Lily! Often gifted children have little opportunity to learn and expand knowledge. Teachers assume that we’re okay, because … Continue reading
Tonight we have some more great slogans from MindPlus Rotorua. Thanks kids! About gifted kids: Normal kids, extraordinary minds, extended needs. Not mad scientists, the intelligent types. Creative, critical, caring, we are thinkers! Creative thinking is what we do. What … Continue reading
Some young gifted children from MindPlus are our guest bloggers tonight, wielding words well for their age. Thanks, kids! Advice for Teachers Gifted kids need more advanced tasks. Let gifted kids’ minds roam freely. What gifted kids value, want … Continue reading
Guest blogger Rosemary Cathcart is well known to the gifted education community in New Zealand. Rosemary was the founder of the One Day School, and is the director of REACH Education. I’d like to dedicate my post for Gifted Awareness … Continue reading
I am excited to have another political blog in the 2015 #NZGAW Blog Tour so soon. This one comes from Chris Hipkins, who is Member of Parliament for Rimutaka and holder of the Education Portfolio for Labour. Thank you, Chris. … Continue reading