Tag Archives: Success

Guest Blogger – Hon. Rodney Hide

Members of the gifted advocacy community have approached the major political parties, asking their education spokespeople to blog about their perspectives on giftedness.  As with other bloggers, we offer them guest spots if maintaining a blog is not part of … Continue reading

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Gifted and Sidelined!

James Ihaka of the New Zealand Herald has reported on a new scheme to prevent walkover wins from junior rugby players. Is this really the way to respond to sporting talents? Are there more constructive approaches we could use? Guest … Continue reading

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Ingredients for Success

Analyses of what make people successful will always vary depending on culture and the definition of success. However, I think it is important to discuss them with gifted students. Some of these students will develop innovative and wonderful ideas that … Continue reading

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