Scott Barry Kaufman’s guidance helps readers embark on their own unique voyages on the sea of life, one that goes beyond self-actualization.
After canceling a couple of mini conferences this spring due to the ongoing pandemic, SENG went virtual last week with a four-day online conference event.
From teacher modeling to positive psychology, there are several different ways to interpret and implement a strength-based approach in educational settings.
The parent of a twice-exceptional learner shares the blessings & challenges of supporting 2e kids right now and offers tips on easing anxiety and fear.
Patience, experimentation, and student involvement are just three keys to supporting twice-exceptional learners during the pandemic.
Twice-exceptional learners generally benefit from personalized instruction. Some public schools are finding ways to accomplish this.
Gifted and twice-exceptional students often go unidentified or unsupported if measurement standards don’t take into account cultural norms.
Schools and programs for twice-exceptional learners have undertaken varying strategies in order to continue to support these students.
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?