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The wildest winds

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

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Belonging and Gifted Children

This post is by guest blogger Rebecca Howell for the UK, whose past posts for the #NZGAW bog tour have been among our most widely read. Thank you for supporting our blog tour again, Rebecca. The desire for humans to … Continue reading

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6 Important Ways for Parents to Nurture a Gifted Child

Guest blogger Rebecca Howell is the Senior Education Consultant for Potential Plus UK. Today she writes about ways in which parents can nurture gifted children. 6 Important Ways for Parents to Nurture a Gifted Child This is a companion post … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger David Seymour, ACT Candidate

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

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All I Want is to Learn

Guest blogger Tayne talks about what he wants as a learner, and the frustrations for him and for his mother in accessing that. Tayne is a student of Gifted Online. Since starting a public school, I found no stimulation for … Continue reading

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Strength, Speed, Agility, Endurance

Guest blogger Sara Meadows, from the New Zealand Centre for Gifted Education, explores the need for learning opportunities beyond the regular classroom setting. Gifted Awareness Week – time to find, and use, your inner strength, speed and agility in the … Continue reading

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Cody’s Story

Guest blogger Cody was finding school such a tough place to be a gifted kid that it affected his health. Thank you, Cody, for sharing your story. Hi I’m Cody and I’m 8 and this is my story for how … Continue reading

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Hey! I’m one of those people!

Guest blogger Mackenzie writes about her experience of being a gifted child. The art work is by Ella. Both are students of Gifted Online. My experiences as a gifted child are a little bit different from others. Another Gifted Online … Continue reading

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Unlocking the Cage

Guest blogger Nikki writes about the very difficult journey it is when a child’s needs and school provisions are a poor match for each other, and how it was homeschooling which eventually unlocked the cage for her son. “School is … Continue reading

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6 Important Reasons to Nurture Gifted Children

Guest blogger Rebecca Howell is the Senior Education Consultant for Potential Plus UK. Today she writes about why it matters to nurture gifted children. 6 Important Reasons to Nurture Gifted Children The one thing that gifted children share is the … Continue reading

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