Parents and teachers of twice-exceptional students understand that asynchronous development is the rule, not the exception.
Taming stress, anxiety and worry was just one of the handful of focus areas of the latest Bright & Quirky Summit.
Some gifted students are clearly bright but don’t do well in school. What keeps them from performing in line with their apparent potential?
Educators can more effectively engage students by packaging and individualizing assignments around their strengths and interests.
Research findings can inform parents how to become effective advocates for their twice-exceptional learner.
News and notes from the world of education, neurodiversity, twice-exceptionality, and giftedness.
The Let’s Talk 2e Educator Conference has become essential viewing for teachers, counselors, and others involved with the twice-exceptional.
A group of twice-exceptional bloggers share their learnings and identify keys to properly supporting 2e students in the classroom.
The 22-year-old poet from Los Angeles, who once had a speech impediment, delivered a spectacular performance at the Biden Inauguration.
2e News talks with executive functioning coach Seth Perler about how students with EF challenges can succeed on these tests.