This article provides a brief overview of the current works of various associations and researchers in the field related to professional learning.
In this session, participants learn about an instructional unit in which 2e learners will investigate the concept of neurodiversity via the use of a thematic, interdisciplinary instructional approach.
This article examines how gifted girls with ADHD cope with academic and social pressures associated with their middle and high school years.
Susan Baum, a longtime advocate for twice-exceptional children, uses the analogy that disabilities and challenges are blue, strengths and talents are yellow, and twice-exceptional children are green—which is both a combination and yet its own unique color.
One special population within the group of highly able children consists of gifted children who also have Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (GT/ADHD).