Session Information
NAGC 58th Annual Convention & Exhibition
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T12. Response to Intervention, Gifted Education, and Twice-Exceptional Students
Track : Thursday Expert Perspectives
Program Code: 190
Date: Thursday, November 3, 2011
Time: 12:30 PM to 2:15 PM  EST
Room: Durham
NAGCFACULTY (S):
Lois Baldwin, Educational Consultant, self employed
Stuart Omdal, Dr., University of Northern Colorado
Daphne Pereles, Director, Colorado Department of Education
PRESENTER (S):
Lois Baldwin, Educational Consultant, self employed
Stuart Omdal, Dr., University of Northern Colorado
Daphne Pereles, Director, Colorado Department of Education
Description
Schools across the country are moving to the Response to Intervention (RtI) approach for identifying and providing services for exceptional children. This approach has great potential as a means of addressing the needs of advanced learners or twice-exceptional learners who may have both remedial and advanced needs. This workshop addresses why the RtI approach with a problem solving/ consultation model is a promising fit for these students. Topics to be discussed include theoretical and practical implications for twice-exceptional students, critical elements in the problem solving approach, and case studies of gifted and twice-exceptional students.


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