Twice Exceptional & Gifted

A twice exceptional (2e) student is considered to have an intellectually above average IQ and is diagnosed with one or more disabilities. Common disabilities associated with giftedness are varied; however, some common ones include: dyslexia, sensory processing disorder, OCD, ADD/ADHD, visual or auditory processing disorder and/or any disability that can affect regular learning in the classroom. This is such an individual condition that it is very much a case by case basis of what types of instruction can help the student academically as well as emotionally. I have experience with dyslexic 2e students and have found that multisensory learning paired with psychological monitoring for emotional issues has been very helpful.


University of Connecticut Neag Center for Gifted Education & Talent Development

National Education Association

Advanced Placement (AP)

Summit School District DP program