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Who Needs a *504 Plan Anyway? Part I

*504 Plan described in next section.

In my experience, GREAT teachers do not need a 504 Plan to target appropriate instruction to the different students who land in their classes. 2,759 more words

Grade Skip Approved!

“Well done on seeing the bigger picture” she commented. I had bumped into an ex-teacher aide of my son’s at the supermarket this weekend. She had heard my son was skipping a year and heading to junior high in 2017; and this was her response. 327 more words


Teaching Twice-Exceptional Students

By Susan Winebrenner, M.S., author of Teaching Gifted Kids in Today’s Classroom

Do any of these kids remind you of students you have taught over the years? 526 more words

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Build on Strengths: Teaching the Twice-Exceptional (2e) Child

“Knowing that a person builds a happy and successful life not on remediated weaknesses but on developed strengths, I have learned to place those strengths at the top of what matters.” 580 more words


A is for Aarokocra

And that, is an Aarokocra.

No I’m not doing some silly alphabet book or even planning on posting about random monsters. Although that would certainly alleviate some of the lack of activity going on here. 736 more words

Dungeons And Dragons

Going for Acceleration

Reading one of the final chapters in the book ‘The Spark’ was what finally cemented what we need to advocate for next.

In this book, the mother of a profoundly gifted boy was made to wait in a room – purposely emptied – while her son was being assessed. 513 more words


Oh. My. God

When Jamie was smaller, he rejected God. Because, God is not logical. There was something sweet and comforting about his idea that, when we die, we are simply finished, and thus, no more. 613 more words