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Checking out "Creative Development and the Twice Exceptional: Where Art Thou?" on Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted Events: https://www.cysalesteam.com/seng/event/creative-development-and-the-twice-exceptional-where-art-thou
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Creative Development and the Twice Exceptional: Where Art Thou?Register NowSeptember 7th, 2017 5:30pm - 7:00pm (MDT)15048270001504832400Cost: $40.00(No Description)

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This SENGinar will focus on the issues surrounding the identification and subsequent remedial planning for the typical twice-exceptional student. The prescriptive nature of the IEP (Individualized Education Plan) can have detrimental effects on the creative development of the twice-exceptional learner partly due to the fact that the IEP largely ignores the gifts and creative development that is essential to the success of the 2e child. Is it not time to do away with dull, regimented remedial planning and begin to look at what is best for the whole child? Dr. Richard Olenchak (Purdue University) will examine why the traditional IEP process does not work for 2e students and provides suggestions for change.
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