Too often we associate twice-exceptional learners with those who are gifted and have a learning disability. However, there are a number of gifted children who have physical or sensory disabilities. At the same time, there are a number of students with physical or sensory disabilities who are also gifted. Unfortunately, most of our current identification methods are not sensitive enough to identify their giftedness. Watch the videos below and then describe what a culturally responsive teacher can do to be more culturally sensitive with their identification procedures and to create programming that meets the needs of this special population.