Sometimes, twice-exceptional (2e) learners’ giftedness hides their struggles. Other times, their disability overshadows their giftedness, leaving them without the opportunity for advanced learning. Teachers who understand how these factors interplay and develop strategies to use strengths-based accommodations give 2e learners the chance to succeed that they deserve.
The attributes of 2e learners
Considerations for assessments and identification
How to identify and provide appropriate accommodations in gifted, general, and special education classrooms