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In this episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Tracy Otsuka, creator of the podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. This is part 2 of the interview, where they discuss Coretography among other topics. Find more info on her podcast at tracyotsuka.com.Resources: ADHD For Smart Ass Women Podcast: tracyotsuka.comContact info for the podcast: letstalklearningdi…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Tracy Otsuka, creator of the podcast, ADHD for Smart Ass Women. In her podcast, Tracy talks about living with ADHD, supporting others who have ADHD, and learning more about it along the way. Find more info on her podcast at tracyotsuka.com.Resources: ADHD For Smart Ass Women Podcast: tracyotsuka.comContac…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey Interview Cheryl Susman, a coach in several different arenas, that all benefit the ADHD realm from individuals with ADHD, to parents and spouses who live alongside those with ADHD.Resources: Cheryl Susan, ADHD Coach - https://cherylsusman.comFree Resource "5 tools to Get and Stay Motivated with ADHD" - https://bit.…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey Interview Nancy Isaacs, former special education director in the Texas public school system. Nancy shares her perspective and experience in various professional viewpoints as she has been a general ed teacher, a special ed teacher, an educational diagnostician, a special ed coordinator and retired as a special ed d…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Dr. Lindsay Berry, Optometrist in Frisco, TX at Vision Advancement Center. They talk about recognizing and treating visual processing disorders, and everything in between.Resources: Dr. Lindsay Berry OD, FCOVD: https://www.visionadvancement.comCollege of Optometrists In Vision Development: https://www.cov…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey talk with a friend of theirs who is no stranger to the podcast, Beth McGaw, founder of Launchpad Consulting Group. This time they talk about help and support for those going through college, transitioning from college to the workforce or even adults looking to make a change in their career.Resources: Beth McGaw - b…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey talk about Educational Therapy with Educational Therapist and practice owner, Hannah Ross. Hannah is in the Los Angeles area, and shares what Educational Therapy is and how it can help learners of all ages. Resources: Hannah Ross, Educational TherapistWebsite: http://hannahross.meEmail: hannahross.edtherapy@gmail.c…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey talk about IQ testing, how it originated,what the testing is used for and how it continues to be useful in learningabout and treating learning disabilities.Resources: Contact info for the podcast: letstalklearningdisabilities@gmail.comE-Diagnostic Learning Website: https://ediagnosticlearning.comSocial:Facebook: ht…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey talk about their personal experiences with ADHD. From their own diagnosis, to others they know, they share firsthand what it looks like to live with and treat ADHD.Resources: How To ADHD YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-nPM1_kSZf91ZGkcgy_95QContact info for the podcast: letstalklearningdisabiliti…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey unpack some really great thoughts on getting ready for school in the new year. They talk about reviewing your accommodation plan, and being communicative with teachers ahead of time. Laurie & Abbey also discuss what it looks like for students to advocate for their own needs as they get older and even enter college.…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey discuss the value of an Independent Education Consultant in a student’s life with friend and colleague, Beth McGaw. They talk about what an Independent Education Consultant is, and in what ways they can be of assistance to middle school aged students, all the way to college and beyond.Resources: Beth McGaw - bethmc…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey discuss dyscalculia, what it is, and what it is not. They lay out what the common symptoms and evidence for having dyscalculia are, and how to cope with it.Resources: Touch mathhttps://www2.touchmath.comA few sites for math gap filling and skill building:https://www.mathplayground.comhttps://www.prodigygame.com/mai…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey discuss standardized tests, applying for accommodations on those tests, and even what to do when those requests have been denied. They share several stories of past students who have been both approved and denied for accommodations on standardized tests such as the ACT, SAT or MCAT.Resources:Email: letstalklearning…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey chat with Betsy Williams, an Occupational Therapist with Top Pediatric Therapy. They discuss what occupational therapy is, how they can help with various learning disabilities, and improve someone’s quality of life, motor skills, and capability to learn.Resources:Betsy William OTR: http://www.toppediatrictherapy.co…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview friends, Amy & Michael Gehan who own their practice at Achieve Speech & Hearing in Plano, Texas. They discuss auditory processing, speech pathology and how they work together hand in hand. This interview is split between two episodes, 13 & 14. Listen or read the previous episode for the full interview.Res…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview friends, Amy & Michael Gehan who own their practice at Achieve Speech & Hearing in Plano, Texas. They discuss auditory processing, speech pathology and how they work together hand in hand. This interview is split between two episodes, 13 & 14. Continue listening or reading for the full interview.Resources…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey speak with their friend, Christie, an integrated medicine provider about a holistic approach to treating common conditions. Christie is a nurse practitioner with Natural Choice Pediatrics in Frisco, TX.Resources:https://www.naturalchoicepediatrics.com/christie-potterhttps://www.gxsciences.comEmail: letstalklearning…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey bring together many of the previous episodes as they address processing issues. While it may be a generic term, they realize that many approaches can be applied to multiple processing issues.Resources:Email: letstalklearningdisabilities@gmail.comE-Diagnostic Learning Website: https://ediagnosticlearning.comInteract…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey share about the topic of dysgraphia. They discuss ways to recognize it, provide insight into typical accommodations available, and offer practical resources to help those who are diagnosed.Resources:Recommended apps:SnapType: http://www.snaptypeapp.comModMath: http://www.modmath.comEmail: letstalklearningdisabiliti…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey follow up their previous discussion on 504 accommodations, and dive deeper into the world of special education. They discuss the guidelines, laws, qualification processes, as well as the benefits and downsides to special education.Resources:Email: letstalklearningdisabilities@gmail.comE-Diagnostic Learning Website:…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey talk about section 504 accommodations, what they are and how to get access to these accommodations. They share what it looks like to prove that these accommodations could be helpful, and develop an individual accommodation plan.Resources:Email: letstalklearningdisabilities@gmail.comE-Diagnostic Learning Website: ht…
 
In this Episode, Laurie interviews Dr. Charles Shidlofsky, or Dr. S as she knows him. Dr. S runs Neuro Vision Associates of North Texas and shares how visual processing disorders are diagnosed, what to look for, how they are treated, and how vision therapy can also be used outside visual processing disorders.Resources:Neuro Vision Associates: neuro…
 
In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey introduce visual processing disorders and the chief complaints they encounter when working with visual processing challenges. Many times, visual processing disorders are mistaken for other learning disorders, before ultimately finding the correct treatment needed. In the following episode, we’ll be joined by a visu…
 
In Episode 05 Laurie interviews friend Michael Snyder, who is a certified ADHD coach. They discuss what it looks like to identify ADHD, the tell-tale symptoms and the ups and downs one can experience transitioning medicines, dosages and strategies.Resources:www.MichaelSnyderCoaching.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/michaelsnydercoaching/Instag…
 
In Episode 04 Laurie interviews friend Michael Snyder, who is a certified ADHD coach. They discuss what it looks like to identify ADHD, the tell-tale symptoms and the ups and downs one can experience transitioning medicines, dosages and strategies.Resources:www.MichaelSnyderCoaching.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/michaelsnydercoaching/Instag…
 
In Episode 03 Laurie and Abbey share about their own experiences with ADHD.They touch on their personal challenges with having ADHD, as well asexperiences with clients, friends and family members who have ADHD as well.They also share about how ADHD testing, treatment and stigmas have changedover the years.Resources:Email: letstalklearningdisabiliti…
 
In Episode 02 Laurie & friend Melanie discuss what it looks like to be screened and diagnosed with dyslexia and what you can expect from therapy and the education system. Melanie is a dyslexia therapist who has opened her own private practice and speaks to the advice she gives to individuals and family members.Resources:www.gatewaygrowth.net melani…
 
In Episode 01 Laurie & Abbey unpack the unknowns behind dyslexia and what it looks like to seek testing, receive diagnosis and how to advocate for yourself or a loved one. Laurie & Abbey discuss common occurrences in testing at the right age and ruling out all other possible learning distractions before finding a good dyslexia program.Resources:Ema…
 
With over 30 years in combined experience as diagnosticians, Laurie and Abbey dive into what they’ve learned behind the scenes in their podcast, Let’s Talk Learning Disabilities. Resources:Email: letstalklearningdisabilities@gmail.comE-Diagnostic Learning Website:https://ediagnosticlearning.comSocial:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eDiaglearning…
 
Kyle Schwartz is a third-grade teacher at Doull Elementary in Denver Public Schools. Her first book: I Wish My Teacher Knew: How One Question Can Change Everything for Our Kids focuses on realities that students face and how educators can respond to their students’ needs. Her second book: I Wish For Change: Unleashing the Power of Kids to Make a Di…
 
Part 2 of a conversation with Dr. Bob Dillon about learning spaces. Dr. Robert Dillon is an author, speaker, educator, and a lifelong learner. His twenty plus years in education has seen him serve kids and families as a teacher, principal, technology director, and innovation leader. His primary focus is working to bring synergy to instructional des…
 
Dr. Robert Dillon is an author, speaker, educator, and a lifelong learner. His twenty plus years in education has seen him serve kids and families as a teacher, principal, technology director, and innovation leader. His primary focus is working to bring synergy to instructional design, technology infusion, and learning space design. He believes tha…
 
The focus of this episode is going to be on engaging students through 20-time projects and providing them different avenues to express their learning. Our main focus is how are we going to harness the interest of students who are struggling to overcome learning disabilities and other challenges. Keep this in mind and share any stories that you have…
 
Heidi Bernasconi shares how she engages all students. Heidi has been teaching at Clarkstown (NY) High School North since 2004 where she currently teaches Marine Biology, Biology, and Business. She also serves as the high school's technology liaison and also runs the Wellness Committee. Twitter: @biobernasconi Email: hbernasconi@ccsd.edu Jennifer an…
 
Stephen is the author of the novel Black Ice, a coming of age thriller with five-star ratings on Amazon. And the short story collection Intolerance. These books as well as much of his writing and focus on kids in crisis - social (often racial), emotional, physical, drug/alcohol related - and the various ways they deal or don’t deal, with their prob…
 
Rachael Sessler Trinkowsky works with a variety of assistive technology including screen readers and screen magnification software. Dr. Sessler Trinkowsky's credentials include a B.A. in Special Education and a Master of Health Science in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Florida. She also earned an Educational Specialist and a Ph.D.…
 
Katie Novak, Ed.D. is an internationally renowned education consultant as well as a practicing leader in education as an Assistant Superintendent of Schools at the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District in Massachusetts. With 15 years of experience in teaching and administration, an earned doctorate in curriculum and teaching, and 4 books publis…
 
Mike Marotta continues the conversation and shares great AT recommendations! Mike Marotta is a RESNA Certified AT Professional with over 28 yrs experience. He runs his own technology consulting firm, Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC. As an evaluator, Mike works collaboratively with teams in all environments (school, workplace, and community) to …
 
Mike Marotta is a RESNA Certified AT Professional with over 28 yrs experience. He runs his own technology consulting firm, Inclusive Technology Solutions, LLC. As an evaluator, Mike works collaboratively with teams in all environments (school, workplace, and community) to effectively match the individual’s needs to technology supports. Twitter: @mm…
 
Host, Jennifer Cronk speaks with author, Rushton Hurley. Rushton Hurley, speaker, consultant and author recently published his second book, “Making Your Teaching Something Special.” This book, in addition to his first, really spoke to me as a student and educator with learning disabilities. Rushton’s work describes how a teacher can shift their pra…
 
Host, Jennifer Cronk speaks with Dee Lanier. Originally from Southern California, “Sociologist turned Technologist,” Dee Lanier is a passionate and energetic educator and learner with over a decade of instructional experience on the K-12 and collegiate level. Dee holds Undergraduate and Master’s degrees in Sociology with special interests in educat…
 
Learn strategies for working with learners who have executive function disorder. Host, Jennifer Cronk speaks with, friend and colleague, Amber Reilly. Amber is a Google Education Trainer, Certified Google Administrator and a Microsoft Innovative Educator. Amber's background in curriculum and instruction in conjunction with 10+ years of classroom ex…
 
Executive dysfunction is a term for the range of cognitive, emotional and behavioral difficulties which often occur after injury to the frontal lobes of the brain. Impairment of executive functions is common after acquired brain injury and has a profound effect on many aspects of everyday life. Jennifer provides insight into her own life with execu…
 
Author Trevor MacKenzie provides insight into inquiry-based learning for special education students in part 2 of 2. Trevor is a full-time English teacher in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and has started a revolution among educators with his book Dive into Inquiry: Amplify Learning and Empower Student Voice. In this episode, we talk about how t…
 
Author Trevor MacKenzie provides insight into inquiry-based learning for special education students in part 1 of 2. Trevor is a full-time English teacher in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and has started a revolution among educators with his book Dive into Inquiry: Amplify Learning and Empower Student Voice. In this episode, we talk about how t…
 
This podcast is a quick reflection on the concept of multiple means of expression through the UDL Guidelines. Expression means that we give our students the opportunity and agency to choose the way interact with content and represent their learning. For more information on the UDL Guidelines please visit the UDL center. To access a PDF of the Guide…
 
This episode discusses a review of what I have learned as I am working my way through an Assistive Technology certification. This week's focus is on using multiple means of representation to make learning accessible for all students.
 
My brief intro podcast, I am an educator who is also a learning disabled adult. I am an Educational technology specialist who discuss strategies, tips, and tools I use to help students and the modifications I use to function in daily life.
 
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