Research & Evaluation

Combined Concurrent

Supportive Reading Practices for Young, 2E Children: A Single-Subject Study

Friday, November 10
8:40 AM - 9:00 AM
Location: 213 D

We are still learning how to meet the needs of twice-exceptional children. Given the success of shared reading for young children with disabilities and recent research that demonstrates the potential of higher-level questioning to support literacy development in young gifted children, a rigorous single-subject research design was implemented to determine if combining both of these strategies would support the language complexity of twice-exceptional children. The combined strategy and research findings are shared.

Jennifer Ritchotte

Assistant Professor of Special Education- Gifted and Talented
University of Northern Colorado

Dr. Jennifer Ritchotte is assistant professor of special education with an emphasis in gifted and talented education at the University of Northern Colorado. In addition to teaching students pursuing graduate degrees in gifted and talented education, she co-directs Creativity Quest and serves as the Educational Director for the Summer Enrichment Program. Dr. Ritchotte is active in the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC). She serves on the editorial boards of Gifted Child Quarterly, the Journal of Advanced Academics, and Teaching for High Potential. Her research interests include gifted underachievement and post-school outcomes for gifted students. Through publications, conference presentations, and workshops, she advocates for the needs of gifted students.

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Hasan Zaghlawan

Assistant Professor
University of Northern Colorado

Hasan Zaghlawan, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Bachelor program in Special Education: Early Childhood in the School of Special Education at the University of Northern Colorado. His research interests include social and communicative skills for young children with disabilities, parent and teacher-implemented interventions to increase children’s engagement in naturalistic environments, and single case methodology. Dr. Zaghlawan serves on several editorial boards and as a guest reviewer for international and national journals in early childhood special education. He has published several articles and regularly presents at local, state, and national conferences.

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