Differentiation Squared: Guiding high potential culturally diverse and/or neurodiverse student success in higher education

High potential students that struggle with academic success present a challenge to educators, families, and students themselves. Across the lifespan, early academic success does not guarantee success in higher education (Olenchak & Hebert, 2002). With high potential cultural diverse and/or neurodiverse students, the complexity is multiplied (represented by squared) and requires a holistic multi-system embodied perspective, where multi-levels of influences are considered together in understanding and developing strategies for success. Dual-differentiation strategy is the foundation and this workshop will focus on the definition, steps and illustrated through a case study. The case study and hands-on workshop will demonstrate how custom solutions are derived through the implementation of a 7 step process.  

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