The 2e Resource was developed by Glen Ellyn Media partners Mark Bade and Linda Neumann, founders of 2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter. Content from both publications now is housed at 2eNews.com.

5 of 7 Items on You-Know-What

2e NEWS has posted an article on its site that is fully accessible to non-subscribers as well as subscribers to that successor to 2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter. The article is “How Public School Districts Can Support 2e Learners,” and it’s by Callie Turk, founder of ” an advocacy group building bridges between…

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Mental Health, Neurodiversity, More

MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH, and has been since 1949, according to Mental Health America, which uses the observation for “spreading the word that mental health is something everyone should care about.” Find out more. GIFTED AND NEURODIVERSE. Michael Postma, EdD, is making available a seven-part online, self-paced course of…

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Virus-time Info, Events, More

Resources for Our Current “Situation”SENG has posted the video of a recent webinar titled “Gifted School-at-Home During COVID-19.” It’s available for free viewing; find it. SUMMIT CENTER’S Susan Daniels, PhD, will be presenting the online series “Creative Activities for Kids, Parent, and Teachers.” The sessions begin April 28 and will…

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Resources, Advice, Events

NPR aired a program called “Caring for Children and Teens with Special Needs During a Global Pandemic,” noting that families with such kids now face their own, new, special challenges. One of the guests on the program was Sarah Wayland; another was Heather Laurie. Wayland was a contributor when we…

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Good Kids, Help, and More

SUPPORT FOR SPECIAL ED COMMUNITY. A newly-formed alliance called Educating All Learners has the goal of providing resources to offset or ameliorate virus-related school closures. According to Education Dive, the alliance “features resources, case studies, webinars and virtual ‘office hours’ and brings together special education and technology organizations, such as…

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Online Learning, BBRF Mag, More

LD AND ONLINE LEARNING. Many students, including college students with LDs, are now learning online. For college students with LDs, online learning can present challenges in a variety of area, including organization, access to accommodations, and more. The Chronicle of Higher Education addresses some of these issues in an article;…

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