Highly Gifted Children
Volume XII Number 2
A pulication of The Hollingworth Center for Highly Gifted Children
Twice Exceptional Children
In this issue:
The Two-Edged Sword of Compensation: Theories to Build On? by Linda Kreger Silverman, Ph.D.
- Asynchrony is magnified when high levels of intellegence are combined with disabilities...
Asynchrony and Mental Health: A Model for Understanding the Relationship by Marlo Payne Rice
- In all children, regardless of thier gifts and deficits, there must be a balance between their input of information, the level at which they are able to process that information, and the rate at which they can successfully demonstrate new learning...
Scholastic Gardens: A Look At My Academic Experience by Ben Cyr
- I am a knowledge garderer. I plant thoughts and sow seeds of mental enlightenment...
Dyslexia and the Seeds of Genius by Ronald D. Davis and Abigail Marshall
- When one thinks of genius, the inventive minds of Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, or Leonardo da Vinci typically come to mind...
An Anomaly: Parenting a Twice Exceptional Girl by Kiesa Kay
- The letters leap and dance on the page, and it is only with the most painstaking effort that she can write at all.
A Profile of a Twice Exceptional Program: A Personal Journey by Dr. Dennis Higgins
- ...for an entire school year, I was to teach a full-time, self-contained program for twice exceptional children.
Special Ed. or Gifted? It May Be Hard To Tell by Susan Winebrenner
- In spite of all the time spent... a child who is twice exceptional will probably be identified only for her disability and rarely for her strengths...
Call for Proposals: 12th Annual Hollingworth Center Conference, May 1 - 2, 1999
- "Two Roads Diverged in a Wood, Who Am I and Where Am I Going?"
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