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Being a SPED Advocate for Twice-Exceptional Kids | Psychology | Education | 2e

Being a SPED Advocate for Twice-Exceptional Kids | Psychology | Education | 2e

Update: 2019-05-15
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Special education services can make a huge difference in the educational experience of a twice-exceptional child. On episode 32, author and education writer Amanda Morin joins us to discuss some of the services available and share best practices for parents and counselors to effectively advocate on behalf of 2e kids.

About the guest - Amanda Morin worked as a classroom teacher and as an early intervention specialist for 10 years. She has been working as an education writer since 2007 and played an integral role in launching Understood.org in 2014.

As an educator and also as a parent of kids with learning issues, she has been an active member of numerous Individualized Education Program (IEP) teams and believes strongly in the importance of educators partnering with families.

Morin received a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Maine and special education advocacy training from the Council of Parent Attorneys and Advocates.

She is the author of three books, including The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education.

Host Emily Kircher-Morris has dual Masters degrees in Counseling and Education, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, and specializes in the area of giftedness throughout the lifespan. She founded the non-profit organization The Gifted Support Network, is the owner of Unlimited Potential Counseling & Education Center, and is the mother of three gifted children.

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Being a SPED Advocate for Twice-Exceptional Kids | Psychology | Education | 2e

Being a SPED Advocate for Twice-Exceptional Kids | Psychology | Education | 2e

Emily Kircher-Morris