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Education: The perfect political storm for underachievement continues — Whale Oil Beef Hooked | Whaleoil Media

Guest Post: By Alwyn Poole I am biased – education is my life work – but I think Shamubeel Eaqub is right, the children were overlooked this election.

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NZ

Breaking the Underachievement Cycle #Thursday Thunk

Most of my week has been spent in departmental self-evaluation meetings; most of the month in meetings, with various people, discussing the summer’s results and how we intend to move forward. 690 more words

Leadership

Reluctant Gifted Learners: Solving the Puzzle

by Emily VR

Parents and teachers of gifted students: if you are reading this post, you are probably looking for help.   Whether you teach in a classroom or at home, you have hoped to inspire your student(s), to foster a love of learning, and to help develop skills needed for future success.  2,755 more words

Parent Perspectives

Gifted, Sensitive, Curious Children In School -- What Can Parents And Teachers Do?

You would think that kids who love literature, enjoy mathematical puzzles and scientific enigmas and who are curious beyond measure, would be high achievers in school and a teacher’s dream. 712 more words

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Ebooks

Aim Higher

Many of us setting goals severely underestimate the value of our potential and our ability to aim higher.

By the low expectations we have and the lack of self-belief in ourselves mean we are living a life of constant underachievement. 2,409 more words

Self-improvement

How Can You Be Too Much And Not Enough At The Same Time?

How is it possible to be both too much and not enough at the same time?

Here’s how:

Reasons you think that you are too much: 470 more words