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NAGC 62nd Annual Convention
- November 12-15, 2015, in Phoenix, AZ
- Call for proposals opens in mid December
Twice-exceptional learners are students who give evidence of the potential for high achievement capability in areas such as specific academics; general intellectual ability; creativity; leadership; AND/OR visual, spatial, or performing arts AND also give evidence of one or more disabilities as defined by federal or state eligibility criteria such as specific learning disabilities; speech and language disorders; emotional/behavioral disorders; physical disabilities; autism spectrum; or other health impairments, such as ADHD. Twice-exceptional students represent a unique group of learners with diverse programming and emotional needs due to the fact that they may have both gifts and disabilities. The Twice-Exceptional SIG will provide professionals a network where they can meet to discuss research, programs, curriculum and new developments for this special area of gifted education.