Best Practice in Provision for Dual or Multiple Exceptional (DME) Learners

DME learners have one or more special educational need or disability alongside high ability or achievement. In her 2015 book, Teaching Gifted Children with Special Educational [...]

Clearly Able, Yet Complicated? – Might Your Child Have ‘DME’?

‘Unusual’ in both their potential and in their obstacles? Here is a simple guide to Dual or Multiple Exceptionality (DME). Is your child (or student) clearly [...]

Overexcitabilities in Lockdown: Psychomotor Overexcitability

High learning potential children, especially those who display Psychomotor Overexcitability, can be highly energetic, always on the go and may want to be constantly engaged in [...]

The Misidentification & Misdiagnosis of Gifted Children

This article was written by a Potential Plus UK volunteer who wishes to remain anonymous. The above average ability child found in most classes, may often [...]

Why Are We Talking Apples and Pears?

I was always taught that it is only by understanding the past that we can learn for the future. In preparation for our 50th birthday celebrations [...]

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