The NCRGE was awarded five years of funding to expand research in identifying and serving gifted/2e students who have been traditionally underserved.
For any pedagogy or classroom setting to properly support twice-exceptional learners, it must successfully address these five prerequisites.
One school is using positive psychology to reshape the future of education. Now they are sharing their insights.
Summit Center’s Dr. Dan Peters talks to 2e News about identifying and accommodating students encountering visual processing difficulties.
Struggles with task initiation, often unfairly described as procrastination or laziness, can be very problematic for twice-exceptional students.
Around the globe, more and more teachers, advocates, and professionals are fighting to provide twice-exceptional students the support they need.
Nonverbal learning disorder might not be widely recognized throughout the health care community, and kids sometimes receive other diagnoses.
Information about difficult topics can be shared with twice-exceptional kids, but it has to be done in a developmentally informed way.
A classroom environment shapes and directs a child’s learning experience and impacts student engagement and overall wellbeing.
We need to reframe our understanding of processing speed — and adjust how we assess gifted and 2e children and how we measure their intellectual potential.