Graduate Degree Type
Education-Instruction and Curriculum: Educational Differentiation (M.Ed.)
College of Education
Elizabeth Petroelje Stolle, Ph.D., Project Advisor
Kelly Margot, Ph.D., Graduate Program Director
Ellen Schiller, Ph.D., Unit Head
Around the world there is a population of our student bodies that are often missed within the educational world. These students are incredibly bright and could qualify as being labeled as gifted. However, these students often have a disability that impedes their gifts. This is the twice-exceptional or 2e population. As more research is being conducted to learn more about these students, it is time to begin exploring ways that teachers can help this student population through communication tools, student case studies, and project examples. All with the goal of providing a more inclusive, rigorous, and positive learning environment for all students.
Goodwin, Josy, "The Twice Exceptional Learner Making the Classroom More Engaging for All" (2023). Culminating Experience Projects. 279.