Twice Exceptional (2e)
What is Twice Exceptional (2e)?
Twice-exceptional students are those who are identified as gifted AND are identified with a state/federal qualified disability (e.g., learning, physical, behavioral, or emotional) that qualifies them for either an IEP or a 504 plan.
- What is Twice Exceptional?
- Characteristics of Twice Exceptional Students
- Twice Exceptional Social/Emotional Supports
- Twice Exceptional Students: Who Are They and What do They Need?
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Resources for Families
2e Newsletter- A newsletter published bi-monthly in electronic form for those who raise, educate, and counsel high-ability (gifted) children who also have learning challenges.
Twice Exceptional: Gifted Students with Disabilities- information from the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) with resources such as websites, publications, and books
The Exceptionality of Being Twice Exceptional- article from Connecting for High Potential (2015) takes a look at 2e from both parent and teacher perspectives