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Identifying and Supporting 2e Learners

Join educators from around the state to learn about and discuss practical and effective strategies to identify and support 2e learners in the school setting.

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Identifying and Supporting 2e Learners
Identifying and Supporting 2e Learners

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Oct 12, 2023, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

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About the event

Description: Masking, policy differences, and lack of awareness are all contributing factors to under-identifying and under-serving our twice-exceptional (2e) students. Despite the challenges educators and families face, it is possible to effectively support these students. Join educators from around the state to learn about and discuss practical and effective strategies to identify and support 2e learners in the school setting.

Audience: Educators (teachers, administrators, counselors, psychologists, etc.)

Host: Chris Rice, MA, CAS, is a school psychologist in his 9th year of practice. He currently serves as the Advanced Learning Services Psychologist in the central office of the Wake County Public School System. In this role, he is able to advocate for the identification of and service delivery for underrepresented gifted students--including those that are twice-exceptional. Mr. Rice is also a Board Member for NCAGT, serves as the Legislative Liaison for NCAGT, and has recently been appointed to the Public Policy and Advocacy Committee for the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC).

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