Special Populations

Roundtable

Development and Sustainability of Twice-exceptional Identification, Programming, and Professional Learning

Friday, November 10
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall Roundtable 7

In most states and districts across the country, twice-exceptional identification, programming, and professional learning constitute an insurmountable trifecta which leaves this underidentified and underserved gifted population left to flounder and struggle in frustration. However, through multidisciplinary collaboration, alignment across departments, targeted professional development, and flexibility in programming, the needs of this unique student population can be met. In this session, participants learn how one large, metropolitan school district, over the course of four years, met and overcame these challenges while developing a viable and sustainable, yet still evolving, practice to support twice-exceptional learners.

Rebecca S. Lopez

Coordinator of Advanced Academic Services
Cherry Creek Schools

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Tony J. Poole

Executive Director of Student Achievement Services
Cherry Creek Schools

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