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Teach Me Different! with Sally L. Smith

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  • Teach Me Different! with Sally L. Smith. Video 01-The Nature of the Condition.

    Sally L. Smith, founder-director of The Lab School of Washington, famed around the globe for its pioneering approaches to educating children and adults with learning disabilities, brings her exceptional experience and insight to video ... and to you. Video One asks the question "Who is the child with learning disabilities and ADHD?" This program shows the abilities and disabilities of these children.

    Length: 00:56:17
  • Teach Me Different! with Sally L. Smith. Video 02-Effective Teaching Methods.

    Sally L. Smith, founder-director of The Lab School of Washington, famed around the globe for its pioneering approaches to educating children and adults with learning disabilities, brings her exceptional experience and insight to video ... and to you. Video Two is about techniques teachers can use to teach students with learning disabilities and ADHD.

    Length: 00:54:03
  • Teach Me Different! with Sally L. Smith. Video 03-Prizing Diversity.

    Sally L. Smith, founder-director of The Lab School of Washington, famed around the globe for its pioneering approaches to educating children and adults with learning disabilities, brings her exceptional experience and insight to video ... and to you. The subject of Video Three is prizing diversity. By prizing diversity, a school embraces differences in students' abilities and learning approaches as well as race, gender, religion, culture, nationality, etc.

    Length: 00:57:25
  • Teach Me Different! with Sally L. Smith. Video 04-Problem-solving and Self-advocacy.

    Sally L. Smith, founder-director of The Lab School of Washington, famed around the globe for its pioneering approaches to educating children and adults with learning disabilities, brings her exceptional experience and insight to video ... and to you. The subject of Video Four is problem-solving and self-advocacy. The key to working with the learning disabled is to be adept at problem-solving, analyzing tasks, figuring out different ways to teach the same thing and tailoring the method to fit the child.

    Length: 00:59:36

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