Living and Learning 2e
Twice-exceptional students have few forums to express their lived educational experiences. REEL is pleased to launch “Living and Learning 2e,” a new blog series dedicated to giving twice exceptional children, teens, and young adults a place to share their voices.
Chris attended several elementary, middle, and high schools in Silicon Valley, both private and public.
Ava M. attended Palo Alto Unified School District schools through her 10th grade year, when she discovered how her mental health diagnosis affects her learning style and executive functions.
Mike M. attended Palo Alto Unified School District for elementary and middle schools.
Noah is a twice-exceptional 11th grader at one of the Summit Public Schools in the SF Bay Area.
Join The Discussion
Neurodivergent panelists - including high school and college students as well as an alumna and educator at a school for twice exceptional learners - share their experiences as K-12 students, including what neurodiversity means to them, what neurodiversity-related advocacy or education looks like from their perspective, and which educational support structures have been most helpful.