We need to reframe our understanding of processing speed — and adjust how we assess gifted and 2e children and how we measure their intellectual potential.
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.
Science is helping to explain why twice-exceptional children can have stronger emotional swings and reactions.
Parents and educators should remain aware that school, social, and home responsibilities can be exhausting for 2e kids.
It is critical that we teach these skills to atypical learners in order to lay a foundation for academic and social success.