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Happy Spring! Or, to our readers in the southern hemisphere, Happy Fall!
With this issue, we’ve changed our format to make it easier for those of you (most) who read the PDF version of the newsletter on screen. The landscape orientation, we hope, will allow you to see all or most of a page on screen at one time, and will reduce the amount of time you have to spend scrolling up and down the page. Bookmarks and links are still available in the PDF. (Plus, we like to change our format every decade or so just to keep subscribers on their toes.)
This issue focuses on helping students draw on their inner resources. Starting on page 3, we provide a detailed overview of the featured-topic articles in this issue. Elsewhere in this issue, Karen Rogers describes the results of a 2e-oriented Javits Grant project she supervised. And Kimberly King reviews a book on the topic of brain-based teaching, a valuable skill for those who educate our unique twice-exceptional kids.
In addition, check out our annual listing of summer programs for 2e kids, plus read about a support group for parents of 2e kids that formed in Dunedin, New Zealand. We encourage you to let us know about your experiences in forming or participating in such groups.
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— Linda C. Neumann and J. Mark Bade, Glen Ellyn Media