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This resource helps practitioners identify gifted and talented pupils, resolve underachievement, develop strategies for gifted and talented pupils, and devise a tailored curriculum for able pupils.

Dual Exceptionality
Dual exceptionality

Dual exceptionality is the combination of giftedness with a disability or specific difficulty that may affect learning. Social and behavioural difficulties fall into this category only as issues that may be part of another condition affecting learning.

In a climate of increasingly inclusive educational provision, many teachers are already aware that some types of learning difficulties are not uncommon among the most highly gifted, and have accepted that to meet the learning needs of their most gifted pupils effectively, they must be ready to deal with learning difficulties resulting from conditions such as autism ...

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