Twice Exceptional Students
This article discusses young children who are twice exceptional, and provides a variety of ideas for teachers and caregivers working with these children. It explains why these students are challenging; then offers three models to work with them: Gardner's Multiple Intelligence, Blooms Taxonomy, and Clark's Integrative Educational Model.
<p>In this article the author describes the challenges faced when caring for and educating young, twice exceptional children. These are children who are gifted and talented, and who have one or more delays or disabilities. Several suggestions are offered to help teachers who work with these students; and three models are provided: Garner's multiple Intelligence, Blooms Taxonomy, and Clark's Integrative Education Model</p>
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