As schools transition to virtual learning environments, parents, teachers, and students are seeking out additional resources to support 2e education.
How are you as parents, professionals, and educators adjusting to the current environment in order to support and engage twice-exceptional learners?
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act could endanger the rights of students with learning differences.
Twice-exceptional students might be hesitant to disclose their neurodiversity, but doing so might lead to a more successful and fulfilling college experience.
The annual California Association for the Gifted conference featured a broad range of 17 sessions plus additional talks on twice-exceptionality.
Traditional school assessments often are inadequate in meeting the needs of twice-exceptional students.
We chat with 2e Center Hall of Fame inductee Sally Reis about the characteristics of a good teacher of twice-exceptional kids.
In this 2e Hall of Famers video series, we chat with luminaries in the field about critical issues impacting 2e students, parents, teachers, adults, and professionals today.
In changing learning approach and environment, one mother helped her first-grade dropout son find his way to Oxford.
Companies are harnessing the cognitive energies of all people to evolve the notion of what it means to be a successful professional in the workplace.