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Twice-exceptional Professional Development
Twice-exceptional Professional Development Opportunities
Twice Exceptional Learners Part 1
The online or in-person statewide part 1 course acquaints educators and specialists with the characteristics and needs of twice-exceptional (2e) students. Participants discuss their own experiences with 2e students with each other as they progress through the course. This upcoming course runs from September 11 - October 16, 2021. Registration deadline is August 29, 2021.
For more information and registration see flyer.
Twice Exceptional Learners Part 2
The online or in-person statewide part 2 course goes deeper into disability areas, problem-solving, and strategies to support 2e students.
Please check back August 2021 for more information.
Summer Institute on Twice-Exceptionality
Summer Institute is an intensive training opportunity to participate in both Part 1 and Part 2 training.
Please check back in Spring of 2022 for more information.
AU Twice-exceptional Project
Administrative Unit Projects are available each year to those AUs that want a focused opportunity for their own educators to be trained as a group and to develop their own plan for recognizing and serving their 2e students. (Projects last for 2 years.)
Resources for Professional Development
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- Use of Individually Administered Standardized Cognitive Assessments for the Identification of Twice-Exceptional Learners
Description: In this webinar, Julia Wigert, School Psychologist Specialist at Colorado Department of Education, leads a 2e Professional Learning Community discussion with school psychologists, counselors, special education professionals, and gifted educators on the use of individually administered standardized cognitive assessments, such as WISC V, for the identification of twice-exceptional learners
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