The Belin-Blank Center for Gifted Education & Talent Development at the University of Iowa and the Iowa Neuroscience Institute (INI) hosted a Summit on the Neuroscience of Twice-Exceptionality this week. The event featured 24 speakers, presenters, and panelists over two days of virtual learning.
"This summit is an opportunity for scientists, psychologists, educators, students, and parents, all who are deeply committed to better understanding twice-exceptionality, to learn from each other and promote a sense of community," said Daniel Clay, dean of the Iowa College of Education; J. Brooks Jackson, dean of Iowa's Carver College of Medicine; and Kevin Kregel, university executive vice president and provost. Representatives from Belin-Bl...
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