The Inconvenient Student: Critical Issues in the Identification and Education of Twice-Exceptional Students

Michael Postma's  book The Inconvenient Student, published this year by Royal Fireworks Press, stems not just from the author’s credentials. With professional experience in school systems and personal experiences at home with three twice-exceptional children, he has gained some understanding of critical issues in the identification and education of twice-exceptional students. Postma’s master’s degree is in gifted education, and his professional experience includes both teaching and administration. He has designed curricula for highly and profoundly gifted students, and he consults on the development of gifted and twice-exceptional children.

Postma divides his book into two sections, one on the nature of twice-exceptionality and one on tw...

 

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About J. Mark Bade

J. Mark Bade is a writer specializing in multimedia and print-based communication packages. He has been a professional writer since 1973 and in business for himself since 1979. He holds a B.S. in social sciences and an M.B.A. from the University of Illinois in Champagne-Urbana.