What a disabled mom can do with a son who is bored and doesn’t want the stigma of being a “nerd.”
Twice-exceptionality can take many forms, and no two twice-exceptional kids are alike.
With the right strategies, gifted students with ADHD can succeed in school.
While working on another project, I discovered that Mo Willems has published the third book in his (and his daughter’s!) Knuffle Bunny Series. Mo Willems broke onto the picture-book scene with Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus (2003, Hyperion Books), a Caldecott Honor book in 2004. Eight more Pigeon…
This movie maker tells the stories of 2e kids and the educators who teach them.
One of the most deeply inspirational relationships is that of a devoted teacher and a willing student.
The July/August issue of the 2e Newsletter explores the voices of 2e.
Jen Merrill is trying to embrace her role as a voice of twice-exceptionality.
Parents may be unaware of the health risks vaping presents to their children.
What happens when a 2e student on the Autism Spectrum addresses bullying in a speech to his board of education?