2e: Twice Exceptional Newsletter founders Mark Bade & Linda Neumann explain the value in parents of 2e kids finding a supportive community.
In this series, we chat with luminaries in the field about issues impacting 2e students, parents, teachers, adults, and professionals.
News and notes from the world of education, neurodiversity, twice-exceptionality, and giftedness.
Executive function deficits can manifest differently in twice-exceptional students as compared to their neurotypical peers.
Dr. Danika Maddocks’s research offers critical recommendations for parents and educators who are supporting twice-exceptional kids.
Educational therapy is a one-on-one, intensive, individualized intervention designed to remediate learning challenges and build resilience.
In order to effectively care for their anxious children, parents first must be sure to take care of themselves.
The Gifted Homeschoolers Forum aims to assist parents of gifted and 2e kids thrust into a distance learning environment.
The Belin-Blank Center’s Dr. Susan Assouline talks to 2e News about using instruments to identify 2e students for acceleration.
When it comes to supporting twice-exceptional kids with executive functioning challenges, relationships are everything.