32_1st Generation South East Asian American Self and Parental Reflections on Positive Disintegration
Lin Lim shares her experiences on positive disintegration and parenting 2e/PG children through a cultural perspective.
Dr. Sarabeth Berk outlines a new framework of professional identity that accounts for integration of multiple professional identities.
Samuel Young discusses the ways that COVID has increased acceptance of online learning as a useful way to serve twice-exceptional learners.
This presentation introduces the Child-Centered Gifted Consortium, a group of educators who met throughout COVID to create a set of principles for guiding authentic gifted education.
William Tillier provides a synopsis of Dabrowski’s introduction to his theory from an unpublished manuscript.
Lotte van Lith shares her personal creative projects and developmental process through the lens of positive disintegration.
Dr. Melanie Wong explores the journey of reframing neurodivergent identity using positive disintegration as a framework.
Laura Stavinoha discusses how she uses overexcitabilities and dynamisms in voice coaching, and how the voice can guide the developmental process.
Carrie Pokrefke discusses how overexcitabilities can influence individuals at work and shared ways to lean into them as a strength.
Jackie Owen presents a poster session exploring the issue of loss and grief in teachers who taught prior to and during No Child Left Behind. She found that only imaginational overexcitability was correlated with feelings of loss and grief.