As people across the country work with and for students with multiple exceptionalities, it becomes exceedingly important for everyone to advocate.
How to support a student who frequently argues, becomes easily distracted, and falls asleep during class.
Big ideas and great potentials are exciting, but it is just as exciting to see people enjoying a student’s finished product.
These three books together present a unifying theme of creativity, joy, and the power of imagination.
Most testing instruments are geared to the large population most often needing assessment: average IQ children.
Twice-exceptional students sometimes reveal their passions in unexpected ways.
The September/October 2018 issue of the 2e Newsletter explores 15 years of 2e.
The last 15 years have been a great journey for 2e Newsletter publishers Linda Neumann and Mark Bade.
When I first realized I was parenting a twice-exceptional child, special needs in gifted kids weren’t even on the radar. The term 2e hadn’t been coined yet.
Why was everyone focusing on these kids’ deficits and overlooking their strengths? That didn’t make sense to me, and still doesn’t.