The much anticipated follow-up to the original movie 2e:The Twice Exceptional has arrived. Come along, grab some popcorn, and watch the movie surrounded by parents and teachers interested in supporting Twice Exceptional children.
Young people with well-developed emotional intelligence (EQ) earn higher grades, stay in school for longer and make healthier choices. In fact, emotional intelligence is a greater predictor of a child’s overall success in later years (relationships, career, health, general effectiveness and quality of life) than their IQ (Intelligence Quotient). What that means is that regardless of a child’s IQ, it is crucial for parents and teachers to help children build their emotional intelligence.
Join Melissa as she explains what emotional intelligence is; why we need it and how we get it.
During this session, Leisa will explore the concept of underachievement and how this pertains to gifted children. Leisa will provide some evidence-based strategies that parents, and teachers, can apply when addressing the needs of their gifted underachievers.