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.
News and notes from the world of education, neurodiversity, twice-exceptionality, and giftedness.
As the 2e educational movement moves forward, we would like to recognize those who are making an impact in supporting this population of thinkers.
These pieces on various aspects of twice-exceptionality generated significant interest among our readers during this past calendar year.
Both honorees have “advanced the recognition of the talents and abilities” of specific populations of gifted children.
Advocacy, identification, and intervention strategies were shared by leaders in the field during multiple conference sessions on twice-exceptionality.
Homeschooling is an option many families with twice-exceptional kids choose to pursue.
The Bridges 2e Center’s event focused on how to best support twice-exceptional individuals.
Add to the work done at the recent Bridges 2e Center Vision & Leadership Symposium.