Timeout for 2e: Social/Emotional Development of 2e Kids (Part 2)

Just as teachers vary modes of communication and instruction in their classrooms, we strive to also present valuable information through different mediums. With that, we here at 2e News are excited to present this audio column, authored by Emily Kircher-Morris. As host of the Mind Matters podcast, Kircher-Morris covers myriad topics in the realm of giftedness, including twice-exceptionality.
In the second installment of this three-part Timeout for 2e audio series, Kircher-Morris chats with Christen Leah, a twice-exceptional college student who reflects on her own educational and social experiences. Leah describes how her anxiety and autism spectrum disorder diagnosis presented obstacles in her efforts to overcome shyness and connect with ...

 

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About Emily Kircher-Morris

Emily Kircher-Morris, LPC, is the host of the Mind Matters podcast. She has dual Masters degrees in Counseling and Education, and specializes in the area of giftedness throughout the lifespan. In 2012, Emily founded the Gifted Support Network, an organization which provides resources and support to parents and educators of gifted and high-ability children of St. Louis. In addition, she provides lectures and presentations across the country for organizations like NAGC and the ACA, and provides continuing education lectures to local universities and school districts. She's a soon-to-be-published author, and the mother of three gifted children of her own.