CAGE is an educational organisation for teaching professionals to provide support for those working with gifted and talented students.
To provide professional development and support for teachers through regular meetings and workshops, in all areas of gifted and talented education. These areas include the academic, physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of the gifted and talented.
The benefits of belonging to CAGE include:
- Professional development meetings for educators across all sectors are held at least once a term on a Thursday from 4.15 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
- Each meeting is designed to offer teachers and other educators support in specific areas of gifted education.
- Each year we aim to invite a range of local, national or international speakers.
- Professional development half day workshops with national or international speakers are held at a fraction of the normal costs.
- The Executive Committee is usually made up of educators from early childhood to tertiary levels to encourage every sector to have a voice.
- There is an annual opportunity to stand for the Executive and be a part of the team.
Recent Workshops and Meetings
- 1st April, 2017
giftEDnz Roadshow in association with CAGE
Dr Margaret Sutherland - Common threads that bind us together.
Hannah Hudson - Guiding our gifted explorers.
- Symposium June 2016
Guest Presenters: Kate Trenwith, Angus MacFarlane, Brooke Trenwith & Robyn Boswell
Focus: Personalised Learning for Gifted Students: practical ways to add challenge and complexity to classroom programmes.
Examples of Other forums 2015 / 2016
The DPI Model for catering for gifted learners. Sonia White May 2015
Community Problem Solving. Debbie Green FPSNZ. November, 2015
Networking and sharing what works. April 2016