#34 Strategies to Support High Stress During the Pandemic for You and Your Students

Today Lori and Jill discuss healthy strategies for you as a parent or teacher to use on yourself or with your students/children when you are feeling stressed and overwhelmed during COVID.

#33 Supporting Our Gifted Students: Yes, They Need Our Support

Dr. Jim Delisle, and host Lori Boll discuss gifted learners.

#32 The Lucky Few

Heather is on a mission to make a more inclusive world where everyone can belong.

#30 Teaching Children To Become Life Long Problem Solvers Through Stories.

Julia is a children 's author with over three million books in print. Many of us have used her books when working with our students.

#29 What Happens After High School? A Peek into Post-Secondary Education for Students with Learning Needs.

On today 's podcast Toby Tomlinson Baker (soon to be Dr. Toby Tomlinson Baker) discusses her research into post-secondary education for our students with learning disabilities

#28 Get Talking w/ Spokle

Today I speak with two of the co-founders of Spokle Gia Kuek & Andrew Kendrick. Spokle empowers parents to support their child 's speech therapy with home-based exercises.

#27 Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes

For over 20 years, Angelica Benson has worked for Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes "“ a world leader in research and remediation for specific learning disabilities, including dyslexia and autism spectrum disorder

#26 Multi Language Learners & WIDA

Jon Nordmeyer is the international programs director for WIDA, and will be one of our speakers at our upcoming conference. WIDA provides language development resources to those who support the academic success of multilingual learners.

#25 TIES Center: An Abundance of Resources

Dr. Deborah Taub & Dr. Elizabeth Reyes from the TIES Center. TIES Center is the national technical assistance center on inclusive practices and policies.

#24 Evaluation & Assessment: What ‘s the difference?

Dr. Ann Helmus is a clinical neuropsychologist and Executive Director of NESCA (Neuropsychology and Education Services for Children and Adolescents), in its 20th year in Boston.

#23 Creating Sustainable Change in Schools.

Patricia Padorsek, a Director of Teaching and Learning formerly of International School of Kuala Lumpur and now on her way to International School Nido de Aguilas in Chile.

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