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Whāngai ka tupu ka puawai – That which is nurtured blossoms, then grows.

Carol Bainbridge uses this lovely whakataukī to introduce her GAW post on her site Gifts for Learning.

This beautiful blog uses the metaphor of gardening for how we support our gifted learners.

"When he turned 3, I took my little seedling to Mrs. Marovich‘s class, where he was appreciated and nurtured. Mrs. Marovich was a master gardener. She had a garden full of so many different varieties of flowers, all at different stages of growth. But she carefully nurtured each and every one of them. It didn’t matter how old the flower was or what kind of environment the flower needed – Mrs. Marovich provided what each flower needed.  She had a beautiful garden full of happy little flowers. She understood all her flowers – including the gifted ones"

Read more at

http://giftsforlearning.com/wp/celebrating-giftedness-growing-gifted-gardens/

 

Find out more about Gifted Awareness Week at

https://nzgaw.jimdo.com/

 

The views and opinions expressed in the Gifted Awareness Week Blog Tour are solely those of the original authors and other contributors.  These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of NZCGE, their staff, and/or any/all contributors to Gifted Awareness Week.

Growing Gifted Gardens

 
 
 
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