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The Restraints of Being Gifted

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

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A Parent’s Perspective: The Education System and the Gifted Child in NZ

Guest blogger Janine offers her perspective on what is, what is not, and what could be provided for gifted children in New Zealand schools. The GATE One Day School offers a contrasting experience. From my perspective as a parent I … Continue reading

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Gifted – a parent’s perspective.

Paul, a father of two gifted children, shares his experiences: My son, Tyler, was born in 1997. He was our first child, so we didn’t know what to expect – the manual seemed to stop at the point of birth! … Continue reading

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Gifted and Very Active Young Children

I’m delighted to introduce guest blogger Rebecca Howell, Education Consultant at the National Association for Gifted Children in the UK. As the Education Consultant for the NAGC, Rebecca supports parents of gifted children and teachers through the information and advice … Continue reading

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