Monthly Archives: January 2011

I should be very clear about this.  Nobody enters teaching because the salary is great. Though why this is so sometimes baffles me.  Governments (including those in waiting) often talk about wanting a ‘world class education system’ yet somehow fail to realise that this costs money.  The old adage remains […]

When ‘Thank You’ means so much more.

I was very heartened by the response to the suggestion of a World Gifted Awareness Day. But to be honest, and I’m writing globally here, I was surprised that the notion wasn’t run away with altogether….at least in the ‘Oh…now now ‘ type way. It’s not such a big thing […]

The Advocacy Thing….

This is actually a little earlier than planned but never mind.  Join me on Sunday, January 16th on Twitter at 9.00pm (GMT) to chat about Gifted and Talented matters in Ireland.  Use #gtie in tweets to connect.  I have no ‘grand plan’ for the session other than to meet up, […]

Part the Second!