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PODCAST: Young gifted and brown (Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7)
October 6, 2014
Part 1: How does giftedness in Pasifika students differ? – “It’s cool to be smart”: Gagne’s (2008) differentiated model of gifted and talented (DMGT) gives us a foundation for creating Pasifika cultural identifiers for giftedness.
Part 2: Raising achievement – Let’s talk about gifts: A focus on Pasifika giftedness that enhances raising achievement.
Part 3: Cultural identifiers expanded – Raise that potential to the surface: Recognising gifted and talented Pasifika students in subject areas within secondary schools using cultural identifiers developed at Rutherford College (Faaea-Semeatu, 2011).
Part 4: Identity continuum – Treasure who you are: A focus on Pasifika giftedness and exploring the Identity Continuum.
Part 5: How do students know they are gifted? – Lending a helping hand: How teachers can assist Pasifika students to transform their gifts into talents.
Part 6: Personalised learning – Serve to lead, lead to serve: Maximising opportunities for student leadership using a personalised programme approach by “becoming who they are meant to be.”
Part 7: Final thoughts – Every single Pasifika learner counts: How student voice can reveal strengths based approaches for success.
Contact: Manu Faaea-Semeatu, CORE Education (email@example.com)
Manu Faaea-Semeatu, Anthony Faitaua
Secondary, Tertiary,,School leaders, General, Students, Parents, Educational / cultural organisations, New teachers / preservice teachers, Students
Family, whānau, community, Pasifika education, Gifted education, Curriculum, Personalisation, Future-focus / 21st Century skills