With limited time and resources, what can school teachers do to support their twice-exceptional students?
This year’s NAGC Conference in Minneapolis features numerous sessions focused on supporting twice-exceptional students.
News and notes from the world of education, neurodiversity, twice-exceptionality, and giftedness.
It is critical that we teach these skills to atypical learners in order to lay a foundation for academic and social success.
We will feature comprehensive, high-level information and perspectives about twice-exceptional education and cognitive diversity
As people across the country work with and for students with multiple exceptionalities, it becomes exceedingly important for everyone to advocate.
How to support a student who frequently argues, becomes easily distracted, and falls asleep during class.
Big ideas and great potentials are exciting, but it is just as exciting to see people enjoying a student’s finished product.
These three books together present a unifying theme of creativity, joy, and the power of imagination.
Most testing instruments are geared to the large population most often needing assessment: average IQ children.