2009 Issues

Issue 32: January 2009

Special Feature: Advocacy and Special Education Law

  • How to Advocate for Your Students Without Losing Your Job
  • Individual Differences in Learning Conference
  • Advocacy Resources
  • What is Special Education Law? 
  • Interview with Matt Cohen, Special Education Attorney
  • Special Education Process: IEP vs. 504 Plan
  • Homeschooling the Twice Exceptional Child: Why 2e Does Not Fit Well in the Traditional Classroom and What to Do About It
  • The Mythology of Learning, Part 1 − Abandoning Deficit Models: A Paradigm Shift
  • 2e Experts Look Ahead at 2009
  • Book Review – Academic Advocacy for Gifted Children: A Parent's Complete Guide
  • Column: Dear Dr. Sylvia

Issue 33: March 2009

Special Feature: Research on Twice Exceptionality

  • A Non-researcher's Guide to Interpreting Research Reports
  • Study Examines Gifted, 2e, LD, "Normal"
  • The Colorado Twice-Exceptional Project: A Statewide Effort for Change
  • Federal Funding for 2e Research  
  • Project 2ExceL: Minneapolis-area Javits Grant to Help 2e Students
  • Interview with 2e Educator Robin Sly, Idaho's Teacher of the Year 
  • The Mythology of Learning, Part 2 − In Their Own Stream: Managing Dynamic Asynchrony
  • Foundation Support for 2e Students
  • Column: Dear Dr. Sylvia; Bob Seney on Books; and Parents' Perspective, My Son, the Navajo
  • Events

Issue 34: May 2009

Special Feature: Cluster Grouping and Differentiation for 2e Students

  • The Schoolwide Cluster Grouping Model
  • An Introduction to Differentiated Instruction
  • Dual Differentiation for 2e Students  
  • The Mythology of Learning, Part 3 − Differentiate or Accommodate?
  • Fighting for FAPE: A Texas Family's Struggle to Achieve Justice in Education
  • Interview with Micaela Bracamonte: A New 2e School in the Making
  • Summer Camps and Programs
  • Why Writing It Down Doesn't Actually Get It Done: How to Execute Your To-do List
  • Columns: Dear Dr. Sylvia; Bob Seney on Books; andParents' Perspective
  • Events

Issue 35: July 2009

Special Feature: How Technology Can Help 2e Students

  • An Interview with Jann Leppien
  • Jann Leppien on Technology for Teaching
  • Web Only! Jann Leppien on Assistive Technology
  • Resources to Boost Homeschool Learning for 2e Kids
  • Digitial Education for 2e Students
  • Technology "Hits" in the 2e Arena
  • Sally_L's Online Conferences and Webinars
  • The Mythology of Learning, Part 4 − Academic and Emotional Readiness
  • A Meeting of the Minds on 2e
  • A New School in Scottsdale for 2e Children
  • Columns: Dear Dr. Sylvia; and Parents' Perspective
  • Events

Issue 36: September 2009

Special Feature: Visual Processing and 2e Children

  • Visual Processing Dysfunction and Visual Therapy
  • Resources for Visual Processing Dysfunction
  • The Mythology of Learning, Part 5 − The 2e Profile: Multiple Perspectives
  • On Dyslexia: Making Friends with Reading and Writing
  • Conference Coverage: World Gifted Conference
  • Book Review: Saving Sammy
  • Columns: Dear Dr. Sylvia; Bob Seney on Books; and Parents' Perspective
  • Events

Issue 37: November 2009

Special Feature: A Different Approach to Viewing and Treating Some 2e Conditions

  • Too Tired! Energy and Wellness in 2e Children
  • Biomedical Interventions
  • A Facility that Takes a Biomedical Approach
  • Using Cognitive Behavioral Counseling to Reverse Underachievement
  • Conference Coverage: NAGC 2009 Convention
  • Columns: Dear Dr. Sylvia; and Bob Seney on Books
  • Events

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