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He resarches the basics of strategic behaviour and the impact of artificial intelligence on the future of warfare. She is also professor bioinformetics at the University of Southampton.
She uses algorithms to discover new medicins. Stuart Russell is a professor in computer science at Berkeley University in California. Anxiety and being a 2e kid can sometimes go hand-in-hand. Rachel Busman gets to the heart of what our 2e kids need from us to help them manage worry and anxious thoughts by meeting them where they are and stretching the comfort zone. In this talk you will learn:. She leads a team of clinicians providing evaluation and innovative treatment to children with selective mutism.
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Denise Pope brings a wealth of information about what 2e children need to thrive, from re-evaluating our definition of success to creating a nurturing home environment. She also shares what schools can do differently to cultivate engagement and authentic learning, as well as how parents can be an effective advocate for their child at school. Additionally, Dr.
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Denise Pope, Ph. She is co-founder of Challenge Success, a research and intervention project that provides schools and families the tools they need to raise healthy, motivated students. In her talk, Patty Wipfler offers her deeply rooted wisdom and expertise in how to build and repair a trusting and connected relationship with even our most challenging 2e children.
From her explanation of connection from a physiological perspective, to her very loving, compassionate approach to empathy and understanding, Patty covers all the barriers to connection and how to overcome some of the biggest frustrations we face as parents. She discusses self-care in a refreshing lens that is both practical and undeniably effective. During her 40 years of work with parents and children Patty Wipfler has developed a revolutionary parenting approach based on a fresh understanding of the way relationships in the family affect children's behavior and ability to learn.
Over , of her Listening to Children booklets have been sold in English, Spanish, and 10 other languages. The Hand in Hand team currently trains parent leaders in the US and 10 other countries, and offers parents accessible support for the vital work of parenting. Parenting a 2e kid is a long game and often a journey of acceptance. Debbie Reber is a parenting activist, New York Times bestselling author, podcast host, and speaker who moved her career in a more personal direction in when she founded TiLT Parenting, a website, weekly podcast, and social media community for parents like her who are raising differently wired children.
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Parenting complex kids can be an exhausting and bumpy ride. Kate and Jen address some of the most challenging parenting concerns from guilt and insecurity, to judgment and overwhelm. Kate and Jen are an upbeat and validating duo that believes in the power of connecting with other parents on similar paths, and the key to thriving vs surviving - feeling truly listened to, and exactly how to get that need met.
Kate Arms, J. As a coach, she specializes in helping gifted, sensitive, and creative people harness their many passions and sensitivities and use that energy to thrive at work and home. She is the parent of four gifted kids, three of whom are twice-exceptional and a different three of whom are triplets. Her parenting journey has included periods of reluctant homeschooling and advocacy within public and private school systems. Jen Merrill is a writer, blogger, flutist, and gifted family advocate. The mom of two boys, she homeschools her twice-exceptional teen while happily sending his brother off to high school every morning.
She is a music educator by trade, with degrees in music education and flute performance. Jen justifies those degrees with a large private flute studio and as principal flute of the North Suburban Wind Ensemble. Nicole A. Tetreault is a neuroscientist, researcher, author, and speaker who specializes in neurodevelopment and neurodegenerative disorders. She received her Ph. As the founder of Awesome Neuroscience nicoletetreault. Tetreault has authored many peer-reviewed scientific papers on the topics of gifted experience, inflammation in autism, brain evolution, neuroanatomy, neuroinflammation, brain development, behavior, and cell function.
Most recently, she has focused her efforts on studying the gifted experience, which encompasses the brain and body connection, by investigating the latest neuroscience, psychology, and physiology research. Her forthcoming book on the neuroscience of giftedness and the gifted experience, Feeling Color: An Insight into a Bright Mind , will be released by Great Potential Press in Combining her experience as an OT with her Family Therapy practice, and her own journey as a 2e mom, Olivia understands the emotional bandwidth that it takes to parent a bright and quirky child.
Olivia offers her unique approach to parental self-care and the importance of prioritizing our own needs as parents. In following her self-care model, parents model ways to recharge, become more present, happier, and connected.
Olivia Martinez-Hauge, MA, is a marriage and family therapist associate who, for the past eighteen years, has worked within the private sector and public school systems as a pediatric occupational therapist. Occupational therapy is a helping profession, which she chose in order to help children with special needs attain or regain function and achieve their true potential. In , she gave birth to a daughter with significant special needs. The stories of these families became her reality. As she traveled through this unpredictable journey she experienced the ebb and flow of feelings, thoughts, and emotions associated with parental expectations.
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Dan Siegel? In a prequel to his talk that aired on Day 1, Dr. Siegel explains the brain mechanisms of the "differently wired" child. Siegel talks about the three step process - how the brain makes categories, concepts, and linguistic symbols - and how these things determine how our brain perceives the world in a different way. Siegel teaches us to celebrate children whose brains don't conform to the category and concept "norms" in the world, and whose brain has the gift of automatically thinking outside of the box!
You can easily unsubscribe at any time. Siegel discusses: The imperative of doing the "inside work" of parenting, including understanding your own expectations and childhood experiences, so you can be fully present and responsive to your child's needs How the boredom and disconnection many 2e students experience can promote depressive symptoms The significance of a child's sense of "belonging" with environments and like-minded humans, and how a parent can promote this including evaluating current learning environments To medicate or not? Siegel shares a few ideas on what to consider first before medicating your child's symptoms of depression.
Siegel's fascinating 'Prequel' on the science behind this subject in a separate talk called 'Deep Mechanisms of the 2e Brain' on Day 7, Session 5 Dr. He helps parents cultivate a deeper, more connected relationship with their 2e child by answering questions like: What is my child communicating through their behavior? How can I help them anticipate overwhelm, and self-regulate? What are the best strategies for creating a predictable environment within the reality of our fast paced life? How do I address the social challenges my child faces? How do we regulate video games and screen time?
In his information packed talk, he answers pressing parent questions like: Where should parents start when kids begin to have trouble in school. What if my child needs both gifted ed, and special ed? Get around deficits and still meet or exceed expectations. Use their Learning Print tool for strength assessments at home or school. Bring more joy to your family, growing interests and becoming more connected. Prizant explains: How to help your child's teacher understand their unique gifts and challenges Quick and easy ways for teachers to meet the individual needs of even their most challenging students.
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The social and emotional benefits of connecting with peers around shared interests, like in his Art of Problem Solving groups. Diedrich is currently writing a memoir. If you are interested in learning more please email Dr. Diedrich directly at: collin ldphd.