BRIGHT & QUIRKY PRESENTS

Solutions for Smart but Struggling Students

Session 3: How Two Experts in Gifted Ed Navigated their Child's 2e Journey

Sally Reis, Ph.D.
Running time: 40:21

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3 Comments

  1. Min on October 3, 2019 at 8:43 pm

    I agree! My husband and I were devastated to learn that my son had a spectrum, but accepting the reality and advocating my son helped us all in great deal to move forward and achieve improvements because we were able to get help, support, and understanding.

  2. Susan on October 3, 2019 at 1:06 am

    What steps do you take for a child that has been severely traumatized by teachers and programs to the point that any learning situation acts as a trigger for anxiety and depression so cannot engage in learning activities? Currently homeschooled so in a safe environment but resists any modality of learning.

    • Debbie Steinberg-Kuntz on October 3, 2019 at 4:26 pm

      Susan, You may want to ask this question of Susan Baum in our upcoming Q&A on Oct 10 at 10am PT. She will definitely have an answer for you. All Access Pass holders will receive the link. Here’s more info on the pass: https://brightandquirky.com/smart-struggling-students-aap/

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