The Bridges Graduate School last weekend issued ten doctor of education degrees to members of its first doctoral cohort.
The Bridges Education Group is awarding ten doctorates, as well honorary doctorates, and inducting three scholars into the Hall of Fame.
The right mentor can play an inspiring role in any child’s talent development, especially given the unique needs of 2e students.
Summary of the seminars and topics of the 60th Annual Family Conference of CAG, California Association of the Gifted.
Our annual guide to the best offerings in summer classes specifically designed for 2e students and families.
A former 2e student adds up her experiences in math class, subtracts the math, and finds a more valuable lesson leftover.
The book aims to provide readers a “road map to understand the complex make-up of their gifted-plus, or twice-exceptional, child or teen.”
A couple find life-hacks for executive function skills that allow them to live more fulfilling life and celebrate their neurodiversity.
Callie Turk reviews the latest book from Dr. Yong Zhao, Learners Without Borders: New Learning Pathways For All Students.
The Bridges Symposium on teaching through strengths this year featured panels on advocacy and dual differentiation.