We welcome information about events or opportunities that are of interest to gifted learners, their teachers and families. If you would like to contribute an item, please contact the moderator with details, for consideration.
Climate Change Commission open Zoom series - Rangatahi for climate action.
Ethics Olympiad schools promote respectful, supportive and rigorous discussion around current ethical issues. They are marked out by their commitment to student development in civil, critical and well informed ethical discourse. Online and face to face events are held for junior, middle and high school students in New Zealand and Australia.
For more information go to: Ethics Olympiad
There are lots of great online learning opportunities being offered through the VLN Primary School network which could be suitable for gifted learners including "Gifted and going deeper" a 30 week online course for academically gifted learners.
Find out more: VLN Primary School
FutureLearn, works with leading universities and organizations around the world to offer our learners relevant, high quality courses across a huge range of topics. In some instances we work with partners to sponsor courses, so that all learners can receive a free certificate and access for as long as it’s on FutureLearn.
That means that you can show friends, family, colleagues, and potential employers that you’ve completed the course and you’re ready to put your new skills to the test.
For more information click here
This is a website for young adult (YA) readers all about reviewing and New Zealand books. They can submit reviews for publication and become part of a critical conversation. For more information go to: Hooked on Books
www.anyquestions.govt.nz is a free, online chat service that helps New Zealand school-aged students with their schoolwork. Between 1pm and 6pm on weekdays, students can logon and chat with a librarian who will help guide their research and teach them valuable information literacy skills. The service is run by the National Library of New Zealand, funded by the Ministry of Education and supported by public libraries from around the country.