2e News: Our Most Popular Stories of 2021

As the year draws to a close, we thought we’d look back at the pieces that resonated the most with our readers. Here is a collection of our twelve most popular articles of 2021, listed in chronological order.

/ Teaching & Learning
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Effective Accommodations for Twice-Exceptional Learners

Buy-in, psychological comfort, and inclusion in the process are keys to implementing effective accommodations for 2e learners.
/ Research, Resources
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Access to Gifted Programming for 2e Students

Research findings can inform parents how to become effective advocates for their twice-exceptional learner.
/ Research
Student in classroom with teacher teaching

Gifted Underachievers with Undiagnosed ADHD

Some gifted students are clearly bright but don’t do well in school. What keeps them from performing in line with their apparent potential?
Frustrated student

Four Barriers That Impact 2e Students

Parents and teachers of twice-exceptional students understand that asynchronous development is the rule, not the exception.
/ Advocacy & Policy

‘Twice-Exceptional’ and the Importance of Words

Is the term "twice-exceptional" adequate in terms of effectively describing the population of 2e learners?
2e Neuroscience summit

Summit Explores Neuroscience of Twice-Exceptionality

Is twice-exceptionality inheritable? The Belin-Blank Center and Iowa Neuroscience Institute's summit addressed this and more.
/ Voices
Elinor Shapiro and her art

Social Impact of a Diagnosis: A 2e Learner’s Perspective

Students might fear the stigma a diagnosis could bring, but the understanding that follows can be more than worth it.
/ Research
Child wearing headphones

Impact of Support Services on Autistic 2e Students’ Academics

Which supports, if any, are most beneficial to twice-exceptional students with autism? The results aren't clear.
Teaching Twice-Exceptional Learners book cover

Teaching Twice-Exceptional Learners in Today’s Classroom

Opportunities provided for gifted learners should also be made accessible to 2e students. A holistic perspective is critical.
Anxious female

Autism, High IQ & the Glorification of Suffering

Being gifted opened a lot of doors for this woman with autism, but she says not all of them were ones she should have walked through.
/ Advocacy & Policy, Home & Family, Voices
Confetti film still

Film Captures Parent’s Determination to Support 2e Daughter

The film Confetti provides a relatable, enjoyable window into the lives of a mother and her twice-exceptional child who has dyslexia.
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