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Presented by Susan Winebrenner, M.S., Education Consultant; and Lisa M. Kiss, M.Ed., Education Consultant
Sponsored by Free Spirit Publishing
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In this edWebinar, presenters Susan Winebrenner, M.S., and Lisa M. Kiss, M.Ed., describe how to identify twice-exceptional (2e) students—students who are gifted and have another learning difference—and meet their academic and social-emotional needs in any classroom. These principles will also benefit other learners, since the methods described apply to all gifted/advanced students as well as those with learning difficulties, whether or not they are twice-exceptional.
The key is applying differentiated, specific, user-friendly strategies to totally engage students in successful learning experiences using field-tested differentiation methods, which can lead to achievement gains in academics and to more positive attitudes about school in general. This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to K-12 teachers, school and district leaders, counselors, and social workers.
About the Presenters
Susan Winebrenner, M.S. is a longtime educator and consultant, specializing in meeting the needs of students at both ends of the learning continuum.
Lisa M. Kiss, M.Ed. has been in special education as a teacher and administrator for 29 years. While she was concentrating on special education, she noticed that some of those students had exceptional or advanced abilities in certain areas. This led to her current passion regarding twice-exceptional learners.
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