Tag Archives: Maori

What Are They REALLY Saying?

Guest blogger Bexology2 joins the blog tour today to analyse the political sound bites which are appearing in the lead up to Gifted Awareness Week: Welcome to the #NZGAW blogtour. As a part of #NZGAW, each political party in New … Continue reading

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I Felt Like an Outsider

Rewi, our guest blogger, read an open letter to Parliament by Hamish, and was inspired to write an open letter of his own, describing some of his difficulties in a previous school. He addresses his letter to two of the … Continue reading

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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

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