It has become more common for educational conferences — especially those focused on gifted learners — to dedicate multiple sessions and considerable attention to twice-exceptionality. Topics range from identification to support to strategies and beyond.
This is a significant step, says the University of Connecticut's Joe Renzulli, but there is more to be done.
Renzulli, who recently was ranked No. 12 in a 2019 list of top 30 education professionals, believes the creation of public policy and an increase in professional development are key to expanding knowledge of and support for twice-exceptional learners. He chatted with 2e News about the continued emergence of the 2e field.
"The biggest challenge is ... getting the message out t...
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