2005 Issues

Issue 9: February 2005

Special Feature: Homework and 2e Kids

  • Behavioral Management of Gifted Children: A Neuro-psychological Approach
  • The Basics of Sensory Integration  
  • A Conversation with Lucy Jane Miller
  • Book Review: The Sensory-Sensitive Child: Practical Solutions for Out-of-Bounds Behavior
  • Sensory Integration: Why Don’t Doctors or Insurance Companies Get It?
  • Meeting the Needs of Students Who are Multi-exceptional
  • Looking at Learning Difficulties through a Different Lens – An Interview with Drs. Fernette and Brock Eide
  • Columns: Dear Dr. Sylvia;Judith Halsted on Books – Tips for Guiding Young Readers; School Refusal, by Meredith Warshaw
  • Website Review: About Our  Kids
  • News and Events

Issue 10: April 2005

Special Feature: AD/HD in Gifted Children

  • Managing Life with a Challenging Child: What to Do When Your Gifted but Difficult Child Is Driving You Crazy
  • Conversations with Parents of 2e Children
  • Parenting 2e Kids – A Kid’s Perspective
  • Judith Halsted Talks to Samantha Abeel
  • Book Review: Misdiagnosis and Dual Diagnoses of Gifted Children and Adults: ADHD, Bipolar, OCD, Asperger's, Depression, and Other Disorder
  • A Workshop by Dr. Mel Levine
  • Columns: Dear Dr. Sylvia – Siblings of Twice-Exceptional Children; Bob Seney on Books – A Look at this Year’s Newbery Award Winner
  • Not Your Parents' Summer Camp
  • How Gifts Can Mask: Revealing Learning Problems for the Twice Exceptional
  • Additional Reading for Parents of 2e Kids
  • News and Events

Issue 11: June 2005

Special Feature: Autism Spectrum Disorders

  • A Model for 2e Education: Roslyn Middle School
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders Q&A
  • What Causes Autism Spectrum Disorders?
  • Gifted Children With Asperger Syndrome
  • Giftedness, Asperger Syndrome, and the “Real World
  • Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
  • Keynotes from the 2005 AEGUS Conference in Denver
  • Columns: Dear Dr. Sylvia; The Importance of Teaching Self-Advocacy
  • A Review of Autism/ Asperger’s Digest Magazine
  • Different Minds: Gifted Children with AD/HD, Asperger Syndrome, and Other Learning Deficits
  • Broken Dreams
  • News and Events

Issue 12: August 2005

Special Feature: Teaching 2e Kids

  • Collaborative Partnerships among Teachers of 2e Students
  • The Ten Commandments I Teach By: Optimizing Success for 2e Learners
  • Love, Laughter, and Learning
  • One Teacher’s Quest: Getting Non-writers to Write
  • Reading Recommendations for 2e Teachers
  • Additional Reading for Teachers of 2e Students
  • Profile of 2e Education Pioneer Lois Baldwin
  • Columns: Bob Seney on Books – The Worry Web Site; Dear Dr. Sylvia; Meredith Warshaw – Educational Situations Outside of School
  • Identifying 2e Students in the Classroom
  • News and Events

Issue 13: October 2005

Special Feature: Dyslexia

  • Stealth Dyslexia
  • 2e Collegians: How Many?
  • Dyslexia Q & A
  • Teaching Students with Dyslexia to Read
  • Adaptive Technology: Tools for Success
  • Addressing the Dyslexia/Attention Deficit Connection
  • Book Review: Sally Shaywitz' Overcoming Dyslexia
  • Three Views of Gifted Underachievers
  • Columnd: Bob Seney on Books – Thank You, Mr. Falker; Dear Dr. Sylvia; Meredith Warshaw – Enjoying Books When Reading is Difficult
  • News and Events

Note

After the October 2005 issue, Glen Ellyn Media switched to a publishing schedule where issues came out bimonthly in January, March, May, etc.

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