Library Session Listing

WKN: A Path to Pride and Success
W2: What Works in Assistive Technology! Students' Perspective
W3: Scripts and Rubrics: Partnership for Writing Success
W4: Hacking the Brain's Affective Domain: A Backdoor-Route to Critical Literacy Skills
W6: Multisensory Math Methodologies for Students with Learning Disabilities
W7: "Normal Isn't Real: Succeeding with Learning Disabilities and ADHD" A New Film
W8: Be Understood: Comprehensive Resources and Tools to Help Your Child Thrive
W9: Legal Rights of Students with Learning Disabilities: An Introduction
W10: Exceptional Students Transition into College/Getting and Keeping Them There
W11: Effective Progress Monitoring for All Learners
W12: Seeing What Others Cannot See: LD and Visual Thinking
W13: Math Is So Much More than Numbers!
W14: Social Communications: Teaching Self-Advocacy and Self-Awareness
W15: Study Skills: Teaching Hands-On Study Strategies for Dyslexic Students
W16: Employment is a Path, Not a Detour
W17: Removing Roadblocks and Creating Pathways: Supporting Children with Learning Disabilities and ADHD in the Classroom
W19: Case Law Update: New Learning Disability Developments 2017-2018
W20: Neurofeedback as an Intervention for ADHD in a Public School Setting
W21: Ensuring School Success: Interventions to Address ADHD and Executive Function Deficits
W22: The Road Less Travelled: Internships as a Transition to College
W23: Is This Student Ready for College? Quantifiable and Non-Quantifiable Assessment
W24: Concept First Math Remediation: Balancing Engagement and Cognitive Load
W25: Build Success for Students One S.T.E.P. at a Time
W26: Section 504/ADA and the K-12 Public School Student with LD: Hands-On Approach
W27: I Can Do It! Strategies for Breaking Cycles of Social Learning Barriers
W28: Digital Citizenship for Special Needs
W29: Teaching Fractions to Students Who Struggle in Mathematics
W30: How's Your Lexicon? Developing Vocabulary in Social Studies
W31: Transition to Post-Secondary for Students with Learning Disabilities
W32: All About Accommodations for Testing
W33: Roundabout: Metro Detroit's Lessons in Special Education Discipline and Mobility
W34: Parenting a Young Adult with a Learning Disability
W35: Toxic Chemicals: Protecting Our Children's Neurological Health
W36: Hands-On Reading Comprehension Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities
W37: Resilience: Teaching Students with LD To Interact with their Emotions
W38: Choose and Create eBooks that Work for All Learners
W39: Moving Into Mindfulness: The Integration of Mind-Body Connection with Physicality
W40: Students with Learning Disabilities: Lives Over Time
TKN: Conquering the Fear Factor: Helping Kids with LD and ADHD Turn Stress into the Fuel for Success
T1: Moving Out of the Shadows, Into the Light
T3: Assessment and Intervention for Students with Dyslexia and Other Reading Disorders
T4: Cool, Calm...and You Want Me to do WHAT?
T5: What's New at ETS: LD Guidelines, COE, and Personal Statements
T6: I Hate to Write! Increasing Academic Achievement of Reluctant Writers
T7: Supporting Students in a Traditional Independent School
T9: Ask the Experts
T10: Executive Functioning - Just Google it!
T11: Interpretation of the Major Themes Underlying Teachers' Ratings
T12: True Grit: Building Resiliency in Students with Learning Challenges
T13: Creating Systems and Structures that REALLY Work for Complex Children
T14: Engaging Vocabulary
T15: Disrupting the Nexus of Disability, School Suspension, and Juvenile Court
T16: How is Special Education Linked to the Opiate Epidemic?
T17: Are Disability Services Turning Off Students? Time to Find Out.
T18: Using Content Enhancement Strategies to Teach Students with Learning Disabilities
T19: No Safe Level of Lead: How to Better Protect All Children
T21: Bridging the Gap between Home and School: 10 Rules to Build Collaboration with Parents and Schools
T22: Anxiety-Filled Reflections, from a Professor, on the Emotional Spectrum
T23: IDEA and 504/ADA and Students in Private, Religious, and Charter Schools
T24: Dyslexia: From the Perspective of High School Students
T25: Accessible Middle School Math: Interactive Multimodal Lessons Engage Students
T26: Test Optional Is NOT the Only Option: Test Prep for Students with ADHD/LD
T27: Unmasking Youth At-risk
T30: The Art of Taking and Processing Class Notes for Students with ADHD/LD
T31: Tips to Build Your Child?s and Teen's Executive Functions
T33: Problems of Practice in Co-Teaching: How Do We Fix Them?
T34: Interactive Learning Strategies to Engage Students: Arts Integration and Differentiated Instruction
T35: Empathy Heroes League: Open Training. The Membership is Free and the Benefits are Indescribable!
T36: Preparing Young Adults for Workplace Success
T37: What Would the Kids Say?
T38: Spelling...Why Bother?
T39: Teacher-Parent-Physician Collaboration for Students with Learning Disabilities with or without ADHD
FKN1: "Who's Watching Washington? Tales from LDA's 'Eyes and Ears'"
FKN2: Capitalize the A in Advocate: Parents, Professionals, Service Providers get On Board
F2: Five Useful Spelling "Rules" and Fun Ways to Teach Them!
F3: If Only There Was A Map: Helping Your Child Navigate the Trail to Adulthood
F4: Testing Accommodations: The Perils of the "Approve Everything" Model
F5: Technology: The Great Equalizer
F6: The Role of Imagery: Teaching All Children to Read and Comprehend
F7: From Learning to Earning: Georgia's Transition Model for Secondary School Students
F8: Full Steam Ahead: Helping Students Stay on Track for Change
F11: Executive Function In and Out of the Classroom
F12: ADHD and Emotional Regulation: Changing Thinking... Changing Self
F13: What's in a Word? Strategies for Vocabulary Learning
F14: How to Raise Problem Solvers vs Direction Followers
F16: School Choice and Students with Learning Disabilities: Vouchers, Charters, Tax Credits, and Other Non-Traditional Programs
F18: Internet Safety: Addressing the Needs of the Digital Generation
F19: New Directions: Adults with Learning Disabilities and the LD Toolkit
F20: Using Word Problems in Math to Address Reading Comprehension Issues
F21: Sorting the Conceptual Puzzle Pieces of Reading: Using Categorization Skills to Increase Comprehension in Content Area Subjects
F22: College-To-Career Strategies for Students Who Learn Differently
F23: Infusing Language Development into the Classroom
F25: Inclusive Strategies for Diverse Learners in K-12 and University Classrooms
F26: Diagnostic Instruction: Developing School and Classroom Leadership to Improve Learning
F27: Transitioning to Postsecondary Utilizing Coaching/Mentoring through Increasing Noncognitive Factors
F30: Understanding What Matters Most for Transitioning LD Young Adults
F31: Study Skills for Success in College Using Virtual Tutoring
F32: A More Holistic Model; Integrating Intervention with Progressive Practices in Education
F33: Teaching Vocabulary Acquisition Using the SWIT Strategy for English Language Learners with Reading Difficulties
F34: IDEA Eligibility for Students with Learning Disabilities
F35: Strengthening Executive Functions in the Classroom
F36: Effective Conflict Resolution for Parents and Educators
F37: Roles of Mobile Apps to Promote Learning for Students with Specific Learning Disability: What does Research Say?
F38: (Graphic) Organizing Social Studies for Students with Learning Disabilities
F39: Working Together to Find the Best Post-Secondary Fit: Knowing my Resources
F40: Helping Students with ADHD Find a Good Career Match
S1: Super Smash Brothers - Chrome and Apple
S2: Developing a Diagnostic Tool to Detect Emotional-Regulation Disorders in Children At-Risk
S3: Destination Comprehension - Navigating the Road to Understanding Complex Text
S4: A Beginners Guide to Executive Functioning and How to Help
S5: Legal Rights of Students with LD and Mental Health Needs
S6: Fixing the Foundation: Embedding "Basic Skills" Within Rigorous College-Prep Courses
S7: Feeding LD and ADHD Learners: A Research-Based Discussion
S8: Ready or Not? Peparing for Transition to Adulthood
S9: LEAD: STUDENT VOICES: Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia and ADHD
S10: The Emotional Brain: Tools for Learning Success from Affective Neuroscience
S11: From Stalemate to Mediate
S12: Beyond Behavior Management: Understanding Behavior of Students with Learning Disabilities
S13: Using the Science of Behavior Change to Help Resistant Students Use Good Strategies
S14: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Social Language Development During Transition
S15: Opportunities to Respond and Error Correction in Structured Literacy Instruction
S16: Learning to Walk in Someone Else's Shoes: Teaching Parents How to Promote Improved Social Awareness and Understand Someone Else's Perspective
S17: Executive Function in Secondary Students with ADHD and Reading Disorder
S18: Using Technology to Support Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students with Disabilities
S19: Implementing Universal Design for Learning in Professional Settings
S23: Foundational Grammar for Reading and Writing: Just the Barebones
S24: Social Tools for Real Life: Relationship Success in Today's World