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The ‘twice-exceptional’ bright children who have disabilities that hinder their success

Special Issue: Twice-Exceptionality From Gifted Child Quarterly This special issue looks at a very unique population of children, referred to as twice-exceptional, who were incredibly bright, but who also had disabilities that were interfering with their success. The researchers highlighted … Continue reading

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Video-chatting may be the future for rural and isolated students

Voice-over-the-internet-protocol as a medium for delivering reading intervention: Evidence from a single case study From SAGE Open Distance may no longer be an obstacle for struggling students living in rural and isolated areas. This study confirms that video-chatting technology is … Continue reading

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