Both academic and behavioral interventions are provided. Each disorders is examined, as well as how to differentiate between these disorders and traits of being gifted. Cognitive, social, emotional, and assessment concerns are all discussed. Bright Not Broken: Gifted Kids, ADHD, and Autism Book This book includes an overview of challenges pertaining to twice-exceptional children, diagnostic concerns, and strategies that can help these children reach their full potential.
To Be Gifted and Learning Disabled: Strategies for Helping Bright Students with LD, ADHD, and More Book This book contains three sections focusing on strengths and weakness, the psychological theory behind twice-exceptionality, and interventions to help students experience greater success in the classroom. Identification concerns are also presented. Understanding the Gifted Child with Attention Deficit Spotlight on 2e Series The Spotlight on 2e Series was written especially for parents and teachers of twice-exceptional learners.
This publication focuses specifically on the strengths and weakness that may present in a child with ADHD, and strategies for both home and school-based interventions. Basic information about ADHD is presented in a clear format and there are additional pages for educators, parents, and kids. There is a glossary provided that contains both educational and psychological terms.
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The educational needs of these students are explored as well as other factors, such as environment, that may help the child be more successful. She focuses on 4 variables that can be adjusted to modify the environment or assignment to optimize student performance: time, structure, support, and complexity. Basic information about learning disabilities is presented in a clear format and there are additional pages for educators, parents, and kids. Multiple topics pertaining to learning disabilities are further discussed including behavior, social skills, identification, and helpful accommodations.
To Be Gifted and Learning Disabled: Strategies for Helping Bright Students with LD, ADHD, and More book This book contains three sections focusing on strengths and weakness, the psychological theory behind twice-exceptionality, and interventions to help students experience greater success in the classroom. In this publication special focus is placed on the differences between learning differences and learning disabilities, and the specific needs of twice-exceptional students with learning disabilities.
The Paradox of Giftedness and Autism Parents and teachers will benefit from the depth and breadth of information provided in this guidebook focused on gifted children with Autism Spectrum disorders. Section I begins with an overview of giftedness and autism. Section II focuses on continuing to develop strengths academically, socially, behaviorally, and communicatively while still accommodating for weaknesses.
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Specific strategies are presented that may be useful both at home and in the classroom. The appendices include definitions, brief diagnostic and assessment information, and a list of web resources. Each disorders is examined as well as how to differentiate between these disorders and traits of being gifted. Many of the strategies are minor modifications and accommodations that could be implemented easily in the general classroom setting.
Parents and teachers will gain a deeper understanding of the educational needs of children with Autism Spectrum disorders as well as what may be helpful for these children in the classroom. Parents will also gain insight into how the school system works and what strategies can be used at home to support skills being developed in the classroom. Gifted Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders The PracticalStrategies Series in Autism Education Book Written specifically to address the educational needs of gifted students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, this book contains a wealth of both academic and behavioral strategies that can be used in the classroom.
Teachers will be able to gain new insight into the needs of this exceptional group of children and ways to help them reach their full potential in the classroom. Educational Strategies for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders The Practical Strategies Series in Autism Education Book This book is a collection of evidence-based strategies that teachers may find useful in the classroom for working with students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, including those who are gifted.
The Twice-exceptional Child with Asperger Syndrome Spotlight on 2e Series The Spotlight on 2e Series was written especially for parents and teachers of twice-exceptional learners. In this publication the traits most commonly seen in gifted children, children with Autism Spectrum disorders, and 2e children with ASD are reviewed. Intervention strategies are provided as well as information on parenting these exceptional learners. A chapter is also dedicated specifically to meeting the educational needs of 2e children with ASD.
Fly2e Fy2e is an informational site dedicated to providing parents and educators with information regarding gifted children with emotional and behavioral disorders including anxiety disorders, trauma-related disorders, ADHD, and defiance disorders.
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This site contains specific information on how these disorders may affect gifted students in the educational environment and lists some strategies that teachers and parents may find useful in helping these children be more successful. College Success for Students With Physical Disabilities book This book helps parents and students navigate the transitional period from high school to college.
While college is an exciting time in a student's life, students with physical disabilities have specials concerns that need to be arranged for in order to have the most successful transition. This book explores some of the most common concerns among college students with disabilities and provides practical strategies for how to provide for students' daily needs, search for a college, and experience greater academic success.
The steps to seeking accommodations at the college level are also discussed.
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Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities This is a great quick reference sheet explaining the major symptoms of Nonverbal Learning Disability NLD and some helpful strategies that could be used at home or in school. The challenges associated with NLD are presented by area including academic, motor, and social challenges. Working with Students Who Have Physical Disabilities This is a list of helpful recommendations specific to the classroom for students with physical disabilities.
Several points of interest are discussed including terminology associated with physical disabilities and some situations to consider in the classroom. Teaching Students With Severe Emotional Behavioral Disorders: Best Practices Guide to Intervention This is a great resource manual providing strategies specifically for working with students with emotional and behavioral disorders at school and at home.
Common areas of struggle, including maintaining boundaries and respect for property are discussed with strategies being presented for each. A definite must-read! Review : Gifted Child Today - October 1, In developing a differentiated curriculum for children who are a part of this special population, teachers and other school professionals will find the research-based strategies and discussions presented in Twice-Exceptional Gifted Children: Understanding, Teaching, and Counseling Gifted Students to be both practical and beneficial.
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This book may be used as a step-by-step guide or as a periodic reference by teams of educators, enhancing the understanding of twice-exceptional students and the ability to meet their complex needs in the regular classroom setting. Beverly Trail brought her 22 years in education to bear in writing this book. In less than pages she has compiled all of the essential information needed to understand who twice-exceptional children are, what challenges they need to face, what the consequences are of not addressing their challenges, and how professionals and parents can work together to meet the needs of this underserved population of students.
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As a parent and advocate for gifted students, I want this book--and the breadth and depth of information it offers in one place--to be something with which every one of my children's teachers is very familiar If all the stakeholders in gifted and twice-exceptional student education were to be familiar with the insights and suggestions in this book, so much practical progress could be made: everyone would be on the same page so to speak with a foundation and strategies for early intervention and twice-exceptional student success! Products were bought by others. SKU: Add to Cart.
Other Items In This Category. Interest-A-Lyzer Family of Instruments. Interest-A-Lyzer: Class Set of Thicker writing utensils may help, as can teaching dyspraxic children how to touch type. Facilitating writing is especially important for gifted students so they can express their ideas on paper and demonstrate their giftedness.
Learn more about helping dyspraxic learners. It may be the case that a gifted child also struggles with attention difficulties. These can include selective attention in which they are able to focus on specific subjects of interest but struggle to follow classroom lessons. Schoolwork may be hard to complete because of a difficulty in keeping the brain on task and when hyperactivity is an issue there may be impulsivity, outbursts at school or acting out. Offering a gifted child a combination of emotional counseling , strategy training and access to accommodations, such as using a computer at school, is important, as is tailoring the approach to the individual child.
Touch-type Read and Spell has a touch-typing program that teaches keyboarding skills in a dyslexia-friendly way. It can be used from age 7 on and has a more grown-up interface which may benefit gifted children who can find some solutions too baby-ish. In addition to being used by the British Dyslexia Association, the program has worked for students with dyspraxia, ADHD, and many other learning difficulties or differences. By practicing multi-sensory phonics exercises, phonemic awareness is enhanced and bite-sized lessons make it easy for students to build momentum and gain confidence.
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Maria used to type with two-fingers, slowly and often inaccurately. Now she types faster, with fewer errors, more competently and professionally.
This has boosted her confidence in the workplace tremendously. She now recognises individual sounds in words much better, due to the auditory aspect of the multi-sensory approach in TTRS. Her vocabulary has noticeably improved and she has found she can explain things and express herself more clearly in English after completing the course. At Bolton College we offer the TTRS course to self-study adult learners who have returned to education to improve their spelling, increase their familiarity with technology, and use word processors.
In contrast, Touch-type Read and Spell provides a rewarding and positive experience for them when it comes to spelling.
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