November/December, 2016

Focus: Finding the right fit in a school 

Publishers' Letter – Read an introduction to this issue.

Finding a New School: Considerations for Twice-exceptional Students – Steps to take and resources to use to find a school well suited to a 2e child’s needs (Available to subscribers)

Finding the Right Fit: A Real-life Example – An account of a family’s quest for the right school for their son and the difference it made. Read it.

Finding the Right Learning Environment: A Conversation with Jade Rivera – An interview with author Jade Rivera on what constitutes the “right” learning environment for twice-exceptional students Read it.

Conference Coverage: NAGC 2016 – Highlights of sessions on giftedness and twice-exceptionality from the National Association for Gifted Children. (Available to subscribers)

Conference Coverage: TECA – Highlights of the first annual conference on twice-exceptionality by TECA, the Twice Exceptional Children's Advocacy. Read it.

Conference Coverage: NAGC, TECA – Highlights of sessions on giftedness and twice-exceptionality from the National Association for Gifted Children and he Twice Exceptional Children's Advocacy. (Available to subscribers)

From the 2e Center: Building on What Is Right about Our Students How to put what we know about students to work to create learning opportunities that build on their strengths. Read it.

Dr. Sylvia Rimm: Gifted Child Doesn’t Qualify for Programming. See what Dr. Rimm recommends when a bright child fails to qualify for gifted programming. Read it.

News – Read it.

Events Read it.

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