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10:4 (Ten to Four)
2e: Twice Exceptional
An honest, up-close look at what it’s like to be—or to be the parent or teacher of—a gifted young person coming to terms with a learning difference. This documentary follows the personal journeys of a group of high school students who have been identified as “twice exceptional” gifted or highly gifted individuals with learning disabilities or differences. Featuring thought-provoking interviews with students, parents, teachers, psychologists, and therapists, 2E: Twice Exceptional is essential viewing for anyone interested in understanding where our next generation of “outliers”—geniuses, mavericks, and dreamers—may come from.
education, learing disability, parents, students, school
4 Quarters of Silence
Dir. Cody Broadway
Follow the Texas School for the Deaf Rangers’ road to success, as the only high school football team serving students with hearing impairments takes on a competitive league.
Nadine Heinze + Marc Dietschreit
Daniel doesn't feel different, so why does everyone treat him so? They look at him
pityingly; they patronize him and treat him like an outsider. Well Daniel has had
enough? he wants to be included. 46/47 is a deliciously sharp comedy that offers an
off-centre perspective on how people with genetic difference are viewed in the world.
down syndrome, developmental disability, experiential, inclusion