Why do twice-exceptional kids do what they do? Brain development plays a role.
Check out this sneak “peek” of Deborah Reber’s TiLT Parenting Podcast featuring Eric Karlan, a college admissions consultant who discusses nuts and bolts of the college application process and the conversations you should be having with your child. A must listen for parents with a college-bound 2e teen! https://www.2enews.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Tilt-EricKarlanPromo.mp3
Traditional ways of teaching and learning don’t provide what twice-exceptional children need to succeed.
News and notes from the world of education, neurodiversity, twice-exceptionality, and giftedness.
Attendees will spend six days learning from experts in the 2e field through keynote addresses, courses, and workshops across three focus areas.
A naturalist looks to the peregrine falcon to provide hints on dual differentiation for twice-exceptional students.
Parents and teachers must help twice-exceptional children cope with bullying and other dangers in order to keep them safe.
These essential tools can help gifted and twice-exceptional kids understand hate, bigotry, racism, bullying, and violence.
Marc Smolowitz’s upcoming documentary challenges traditional notions of giftedness.
Misdiagnoses or missed diagnoses can heighten academic and emotional struggles for twice-exceptional kids.