2018 Issues


September/October, 2018

Focus: 15 years of 2e

Publishers' Letter – Read an introduction to this issue.

Perspectives – The Evolution of 2e: 15-year Perspectives from Susan Baum, Dan Peters, Meredith Warshaw, and Marlo Payne Thurman. Read it.

Perspectives – Directions to the Future: 15-year Perspectives from Paul Beljan, Kim Busi, and Deirdre Lovecky. Read it.

Perspective – Appreciating the Diversity of 2e: 15-year Perspective from Linda Silverman. Read it.

A Little Ray of Hope – An essay of reassurance from a 2e kid who's grown up. Read it.

Goodbye 2e Newsletter, Hello 2e Resource. Read it.

Final Words from a Co-Publisher. Read it.

From the 2e Center for Research and Professional Development. Read it.

Bob Seney on Books: A Trilogy Not to Be Overlooked. Read it.

Dear Dr. Sylvia: Single Mom Needs Help Quickly. Read it.

 

July/August, 2018

Focus: Voices of 2e

Publishers' Letter – Read an introduction to this issue.

Profile: Marcie Booth, Social Media Host. Read it.

Profile: Debbie Steinberg Kuntz, Virtual Conference Organizer. Read it.

Profile: Devon MacEachron, Psychologist and Blogger. Read it.

Profile: Jen Merrill, Blogger and Author. Read it.

Profile: Debbie Reber, Podcaster and Author. Read it.

Profile: Tom Ropelewski, Filmmaker. Read it.

From the 2e Center for Research and Professional Development. Read it.

Film Review: 2e2: Teaching the Twice-Exceptional. Read it.

Dear Dr. Sylvia: Is This Privacy Or Secrcy? Read it.

Bob Seney On Books: An A from Miss Keller. Read it.

 

May/June, 2018

Focus: Through the eyes of 2e

Publishers' Letter – Read an introduction to this issue.

Looking through the Eyes of 2e Using young people's creative work to better understand the 2e experience. (Available to subscribers)

Understanding the 2e Experience: A Conversation with Miriam Darnell An interview with an educator with over 30 years experience in working with twice-exceptional students.(Available to subscribers)

Does Different Equal Deficient? Young Advocate Says No!
A twice-exceptional eigth-grader delivers an important message to his local board of education. Read it.

Book Reviews: Differently Wired and Boost Two new books for your 2e library. Read it.

And When We See Through the Eyes of 2e, Do We Pay Attention? A teacher misses a chance for personal connection with a 2e student. (Available to subscribers)

Talking 2e to Political Candidates An example of how members of the 2e community can advocate to raise awareness of 2e-related issues. Read it.

Dear Dr. Sylvia: Perfectionism Difficult For Middle Graders. Read it.

Bob Seney On Books: The Knuffle Bunny Phenomenon. Read it.

 

March/April, 2018

Focus: Digital learning

Publishers' Letter – Read an introduction to this issue.

Learning in a Virtual Classroom: The Davidson Academy Online A high school for profoundly gifted students in Nevada now gives gifted and 2e learners living anywhere in the U.S. the chance to attend online. (Available to subscribers)

Online Enrichment: Courses from GHF Online
The organization GHF offers learning and enrichment to gifted and 2e children anywhere in the world. Read it.

On-the-Move Learning: Podcasts from The Walking Classroom A non-profit organization develops educational programming that integrates physical activity with digitial learning. (Available to subscribers)

Replacing Classroom Instruction with Online Instruction Online instruction helped educators put a struggling 2e student on a path to success. (Available to subscribers)

Resources for Digital Learning. Read it.

Annual Summer Camp Listing. Read it.

News from the 2e Center The second of three columns looking at profiles of 2e students with dyslexia, ADHD, and ASD, and practical ways to meet their needs. Read it.

Dear Dr. Sylvia: Gifted Child Needs Social Skills Help. Read it.

 

January/February, 2018

Focus: Advocating for 2e children

Publishers' Letter – Read an introduction to this issue.

Advocating for Twice-exceptional Children  A look at advocacy at the federal and state levels and tips from NAGC’s director of government relations on ways to make legislation serve the needs of 2e kids. Read it.

Organizing for Advocacy  How Twice exceptional Children's Advocacy came to be and the benefits that come when parents work together for change. Read it.

Resources for Education Advocacy  Websites and other resources to help parents become effective advocates for their 2e children. Read it.

From Misconception to Evidence-based Understanding  Strategies to help parents become more effective advocates. Read it.

Conference Coverage: NAGC 2017, Part 2 – More highlights from the annual Gifted conference. Read it.

News from the 2e Center  The first of three columns looking at profiles of 2e students with dyslexia, ADHD, and ASD, and practical ways to meet their needs. Read it.

Dear Dr. Sylvia: Gifted Child Needs Challenge. Read it.

Bob Seney On Books: Addressing Diversity Through Literature. Read it.

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