Gifted NEX is a Network of Expertise supporting all things gifted. The network links teachers with teachers, with specialists in the field, and with resources to support gifted learners.
Gifted NEX Symposium, 27 April 2022
We are delighted to invite your to our 2nd FREE Online Symposium
How can you best support Māori and Pacific gifted learners
and the social and emotional learning of gifted kids?
International and national leading education provokers and disrupters –
Janelle Riki-Waaka, Dr Matt Zakreski and Aiono Manu Fa’aea -
will share stories, research, wisdom and challenges.
What does Gifted NEX provide?
Gifted NEX provides online opportunities for professional growth and networking. In 2022 this support will be provided via our online Symposium, Gifted Cafe discussion sessions and resources sharing opportunities.
Additionally, gifted education resources will be provided online as a way of helping support teachers and other education professionals to share and grow
Who is Gifted NEX for and how can it help?
Gifted NEX is part of the Ministry of Education PLD programme with a mantra of ‘for teachers by teachers,’ therefore it is predominantly for teachers in early years, primary, intermediate and secondary settings.
Gifted NEX is also available for homeschooling parents and educational professionals who support gifted learners in their practice.
Gifted NEX helps by connecting communities of interest across the Network to best practices and ‘go to’ options for support. It also provides resources to enrich educators’ understanding of gifted education and gifted learners.
Can it help answer those tricky gifted ed questions?
Gifted NEX provides members with opportunities to discuss and share hot topics and critical issues in their Gifted Cafe sessions.
The Network will keep members informed of other happenings and relevant resources in gifted education across other Networks of Expertise.
Contact the Gifted NEX Team for further information: