Parent Education Event

A Conversation about Twice Exceptionality with TiLT Parenting's Debbie Reber

On Thursday, October 10 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., you are invited to join Debbie Reber for a talk at The Evergreen School's Multipurpose Space.

**Sponsored by The Evergreen School and Seattle Country Day School.**

This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited. 

Debbie Reber is on a mission to change the way the one in five children who are “differently wired” are seen and accepted in families, schools and in society. Debbie Reber, MA, is a speaker, parenting activist and New York Times bestselling author as well as the founder of TiLT Parenting, a website, top podcast, and social media community for parents who are raising differently wired children.

In this conversation, Debbie will talk about the unique plight of twice-exceptional (2e) children, and how schools, families and society can best support these atypical learners, offering insights into how their extraordinary gifts may just hold the key to solving the big problems of tomorrow. Debbie will also share insights into how we can shift the paradigm so these students grow into thriving adults. 

Learn more about Debbie Reber and her work

Co-sponsored by The Evergreen School and Seattle Country Day School

The Evergreen School has been educating highly capable, creative learners for over 50 years. Our students love to ask questions, and our teachers use that natural curiosity to craft engaging lessons and spark thought-provoking conversations. Evergreen’s program infuses challenging academics with foundational support for social skills, emotional well-being and empathy for others. Our students think deeply, take intellectual risks, and tackle complex problems. They learn how to self-advocate, collaborate with others and understand difference. Evergreen graduates move on to high school and beyond with confidence, ready to contribute to a diverse and dynamic world.  
 
Since 1964, Seattle Country Day School (SCDS) has inspired gifted children in grades K-8 to reach their potential through inquiry, curiosity, and wonder. Students are the center of a dynamic learning and discovery process in which small classes nurture curiosity and critical thinking through an inquiry-based approach to learning. Academically, our program emphasizes enrichment designed to broaden conceptual understanding, rather than acceleration. We honor the depth of learning over breadth, and talented faculty prioritize project-based learning that feeds curiosity and nurtures wonder. Students who are ready to take academic, creative, and cognitive leaps find the support and encouragement they need.


Profound learning for the continuously curious

15201 Meridian Avenue  N. / Shoreline, WA 98133
Preschool Through Grade 8  •  Greater Seattle