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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
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