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|Other Titles:||The Ambiguous Flow between Disability and Gifted:Difficulties in IdentifyingTwice-Exceptional Students|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
Identificationof students with disabilities and gifted students has long been studied via differing approaches.“Twice exceptional” students are at the edge of excellence due to ambiguities associated with disabilities and gifted. Therefore, it is extremely important to establish a set of identification procedures. This article is intended to review the historical background and development of twice exceptional students of Unites States of America and Taiwan. It also aims to explore the definitionof twice exceptional and the difficultiesin identificationand classification.Finally, drawing on evidence, a set of identification models will be poposed.
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