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  • Anne Sturgess

    I'm passionate about equitable access to quality learning for all kids - it's a privilege to play a part in the lives of so many people. I'm employed by the University of Waikato and work .4 within the Te Toi Tupu contract for gifted education and .6 as a Learning and Leadership consultant within...

    Skills: teaching out-of-synch kids, deep learning, strategic thinking, writing, gifted education, e-learning

  • Claire Howison

    I am currently Deputy Principal at St Albans School in Christchurch. I have an exciting role that includes providing release, assessment, gifted and talented learning and looking after the Y0 - 3 area of the school. Days are varied and stimulating. 

    Tags: ict, readings, gifted education, literacy

  • Bay of Plenty GATE

    Bay of Plenty GATE

    Through this forum our members seek to share and build our understanding of gifted education. We aim to  identify and support our gifted and talented students in the Bay of Plenty.

    Tags: Bay of Plenty, gifted education, GATE coordinators

  • Philip Graydon

    I have been the teaching principal at Pitt Island School since 2008. We currently have 11 students and are the most isolated school in New Zealand. Each student has their own computer and we get broadband via satellite. We make electricity with diesel generators and have no shops at all on our is...

    Tags: e-Learning, gifted education

  • LEARNZ and gifted education

    Tags: O Tu Wharekai, gifted education, differentiation, identification

  • Linton Country School

    Linton Country School

    Tags: Gifted education

  • Faye Mayo

    I am a Deputy Principal at a full primary school in Petone.This year I am working along with a collegue in our new MLE  Year7&8 and am gathering new ideas and practice to develop our programme.I am a practictioner Evaluator for our LCN cluster.I would class myself as a digital immigrant so ne...

    Tags: LIteracy, Gifted education, Te Reo Maori, French, Netball, Choir