Practicing What We Preach: Using Cognitive Flexibility in Understanding 2e

Walking from Greenwich Village to Penn station as I left a 2e Education conference in New York City, ideas of dual differentiation, talent development, anxiety strategies, ADHD parenting, play therapy, patience and understanding whirled around in my head. My thoughts...

Adjusting Environments for School Success

Pegs – we hear about them all the time; our 2e children’s school experience is often described as “trying to fit a square peg into a round hole.” I have to be honest; I can’t stand that expression. Why does square have to be negative? Why do we want everyone or anyone...
With understanding comes calm

With understanding comes calm

L to R: Julie, Dalia, Avi, Eric, and (front row) Eitan Observers of my son’s kindergarten class almost always said the same thing: “Why is the child who pays the least attention the one who knows all the answers?” At 5 years old, my son was the kindergartner walking...