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by Marlene Bireley


Book by Bireley, Marlene. People who are involved with children in schools, or parents who just "know" that there is just something wrong or different about their bright child who is doing poorly in school should read this book! The book by Susan Baum is also exceptional.

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This book serves as a great primer for a mostly unheard of, frequently misunderstood learning condition. Many consider these bright, academically underachieving kids a conundrum. Many are labeled unmotivated, lazy, or troublemakers. The children are bored, confused, or unable to organize themselves enough to succeed in today's classrooms. Twice Exceptional: Learning Disabilities. Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).

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Repeating a grade can allow a child who is developmentally immature the chance to experience the same .

Repeating a grade can allow a child who is developmentally immature the chance to experience the same curriculum when his mind or body are developed enough to handle it with more success. Retention may be helpful for a child who has been absent due to illness or psychologically out of touch with learning because of a trauma of some sort, to make up lost ground. A great book about gifted LD kids is called Crossover Children: A Sourcebook for Helping Children Who Are Gifted and Learning Disabled, by Marlene Bireley, P.

Crossover Children: A Sourcebook for Helping Children Who Are Gifted and Learning Disabled. Reston, VA: Council for Exceptional Children. Curtis, S. E. (2008). Understanding Your Child’s Puzzling Behavior: A Guide for Parents of Children with Behavioral, Social, and Learning Challenges. Bainbridge Island, WA: Lifespan Press. Dare, . & Nowicki, .

Crossover Children: A Sourcebook for Helping Children Who Are Gifted and Learning Disabled by Marlene Bireley

Crossover Children: A Sourcebook for Helping Children Who Are Gifted and Learning Disabled by Marlene Bireley.

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Gifted children who also have one or more learning deficits are an enigma to all .

Gifted children who also have one or more learning deficits are an enigma to all those around them. According to the book To Be Gifted and Learning Disabled (Baum & Owen, 2004), this environment is one that provides educational experiences that assure appropriate challenge, while offering instruction, accommodations, and compensation strategies that minimize the effects of the learning disability. Some parents may be fortunate to live in districts with programs that meet this description, specifically designed for twice-exceptional students.

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Crossover Children: A Sourcebook for Helping Children Who Are Gifted and Learning Disabled epub download

ISBN13: 978-0865862647

ISBN: 0865862648

Author: Marlene Bireley

Category: Other

Subcategory: Education

Language: English

Publisher: Council for Exceptional Children; Subsequent edition (September 1, 1995)

Pages: 93 pages

ePUB size: 1697 kb

FB2 size: 1842 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 439

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