Simone de Hoogh is selected as a “Person to Watch” in the twice-exceptional and cognitive diversity movement by the Bridges 2e Center for Research and Professional Development.

Simone is featured in 2e’s Variations magazine in this autumn (scroll down to read). This is great publicity for PowerWood and really go some way to helping us get a wider presence. Thank YOU! #gratitude #community

“The sort of children she [Simone] identified as highly able were dismissed as having emotional issues or behavioural issues”


About Variations2e and Variations2e magazine provide readers with high-level information and perspectives about twice-exceptional (2e) education and cognitive diversity. We cover a broad range of topics that are essential for all educators, parents, and paraprofessionals. You can find out more and subscribe here.

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