Should We Push In or Lean In?

By Tracy Riley

The theme of this year’s New Zealand Gifted Awareness Week blog tour is ‘changing the way you see us’. Please click on the image below and scroll down to read the blog post ‘Should We Push In or Lean In’.

Should We Push In or Lean In?

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Be sure to read these books and articles that Tracy referred to in the blog!

The views of the authors in these blogs are their own and do not necessarily represent those of the Board of giftEDnz.


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This post is part of the annual New Zealand Gifted Awareness Week blog tour. To read other blogs in the tour, or to contribute your own blog to this event, please visit http://ultranet.giftededucation.org.nz/WebSpace/1286/

One thought on “Should We Push In or Lean In?

  1. I’ve always found it interesting that no matter where in the world we discuss gifted children and their education, we express similar experiences. That in and of itself is a powerful testament to the existence of these children and their needs.

    I appreciated the sentiments of raising gifted children to become self-advocates as their own words often carry much more weight in their defense. Leaning in can be a hard sell when you hit a brick wall in response, but the idea of seeking out kindred spirits can change everything and revitalize advocacy everywhere.

    Thanks for this excellent post!

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