2006 Issues

Issue 14: January 2006

Special Feature: Homework and 2e Kids

  • Finding a School that Fits
  • Parents' Stories: Alternatives to Public School
  • Profile: Brideun School
  • Hampshire Country School
  • Gifted Homeschoolers Forum
  • Kinesthetic Learners: A Homeschool Success Story
  • Book Review: Creative Home Schooling
  • Column: Bob Seney on Books – Surviving the Applewhites
  • Column: Dear Dr. Sylvia
  • Meredith Warshaw's Column: The Power of a Name
  • News and Events

Issue 15: March 2006

Special Feature: AD/HD in Gifted Children

  • I Think in Pictures, You Teach in Words: The Gifted Visual/spatial Learner
  • What’s Your Learning Style?
  • The Gifted Development Center
  • More on VSLs
  • Cutting Out Labels − Understanding Tactile-Kinesthetic Learners
  • Visual-Spatial Learners and the Art of Writing
  • Book Review: Upside-Down Brilliance: The Visual-Spatial Learner
  • More Books on VSLs
  • Learning Disability or Learning Style − Which Is It?
  • Handheld Technology in the Classroom: Respecting and Meeting the Needs of All Writers
  • Columns: Meredith Warshaw, Saying Thank You and Apologizing; Bob Seney on Books − Textless Books, Telling Stories with Pictures; Dear Dr. Sylvia
  • Events

Issue 16: May 2006

Special Feature: Identifying and Labeling Twice-exceptional Children

  • ‘Proposed Guidelines for Identifying and Meeting the Needs of Twice-exceptional (2e) Students
  • A Profile of Bridges Academy
  • Finding a School to Call Home − Profile of a Bridges Academy Student
  • Educational Therapy at  Bridges Academy
  • Teleconference on "The Twice-exceptional Child"
  • The Story of One “Naughty” Little Girl
  • Columns: Meredith Warshaw; Bob Seney on Books; Dear Dr. Sylvia
  • Events

Issue 17: July 2006

Special Feature: Older 2e Kids - High School and College

  • Those 2e “Bad Kids”
  • The College Search Process for GT/LD Student
  • A DVD for When "They Just Don’t Get It”
  • Serving the Needs of 2e High School Students
  • Lessons Learned – Parents of 2e Teens Share their Experiences
  • Yes, You Can! – Piercing Myths about College Accommodations
  • 2e Adolescents – Reading Recommendations for Parents and Kids
  • SENG 2006 Conference – Sensory Integration Sessions
  • Columns: Meredith Warshaw; Bob Seney on Books; Dear Dr. Sylvia
  • “The Teen Brain”
  • Events

Issue 18: September 2006

Special Feature: Common Obstacles for 2e Kids: Writing & Organization

  • Why is Writing So Hard for Some Kids?
  • How to Give Help and Hope to Disorganized Students
  • What Parents Can Do to Help Their Children Get Organized
  • What Teachers Can Do to Help with Time Management
  • Resource: Getting Thoughts On Paper – A Video from Dr. Mel Levine
  • Davidson Institute Announces Opening of Academy
  • Book Review: The Mislabeled Child
  • Resource: The Organized Student
  • Session from the AD/HD Focus Fair: Strategies for Families Living with AD/HD: Tips and Tools
  • Columns: Meredith Warshaw and Dear Dr. Sylvia
  • Events

Issue 19: November 2006

Special Feature: Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)

  • What Does CAPD Look Like?
  • Central Auditory Processing Disorder Basics
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of CAPD
  • BioMAP: A Test for One Type of Auditory Processing Disorder
  • The NAGC 2006 Conference in Charlotte, NC
  • NAGC Conference Session – Self-contained Classrooms for Twice-exceptional Learners
  • CAPD and the Gifted Child
  • CAPD Subcategories and Ways to Address Each in the Classroom
  • When the Brain Can't Hear: Unraveling the Mystery of Auditory Processing Disorder
  • Book Review: Like Sound Through Water: A Mother's Journey Through Auditory Processing Disorder
  • Being a Teen with CAPD
  • Want to Know More about CAPD?
  • For Those Who Like to Listen: Parenting Podcasts
  • Columns: Meredith Warshaw; Dear Dr. Sylvia; Bob Seney on Books
  • Events

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