- Video: Success for Students with Learning Disabilities and ADHD
- AD/HD Video Links
- LD Video Links
- Study Skills Video Links
- Learning Strategies Video Links
- Time Management Video Links
- Stress Management Video Links
- Universal Design Video Links
Success for Students with Learning Disabilities and ADHD
Meet three students who have LD and or ADHD and experience their challenges in daily campus life and academic learning. See how faculty and staff can support students by using instructional and communication strategies as well as special accommodations. Learn how to connect students with appropriate resources.
Running time ~ 21:00
AD/HD Video Links
Scott Eyre's AD/HD Interview
Chicago Cubs relief pitcher Scott Eyre and younger brother Willie Eyre of the Minnesota Twins sit down with Comcast SportsNet’s Chuck Garfien to discuss their AD/HD.
Running time ~ 4:29
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Myths and Facts
Linda Clark from NeurologyChannel.com interviews Patricia Quinn, MD and Peter S. Jensen, MD about the myths and facts of AD/HD.
Running time ~ 3:05
Not Just for Kids: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Adults
Linda Clark from NeurologyChannel.com interviews Patricia Quinn, MD and Peter S. Jensen, MD about AD/HD in adults.
Running time ~ 7:18
Ty Pennington's AD/HD Story
Ty, who is the host of ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and previously was a featured carpenter on The Learning Channel's program Trading Spaces, talks about his diagnosis of AD/HD on ADHDHelp.net.
Running time ~ :43
LD Video Links
Working Together: Computers and People with Learning Disabilities
This video presentation from the University of Washington’s DO-IT Program shows students and workers with learning disabilities demonstrating assistive technology.
Running time ~ 11:46
Ron Davis Explains His Autism and Dyslexia
From Dyslexia.com, Ron Davis discusses his early childhood difficulties with autism and dyslexia, and how he began to research dyslexia as an adult.
Running time ~ 6:00
Study Skills Video Links
Think Like a Professor
Peter Walsh from the Center for Student Development at McMaster University presents the edging learning strategy that helps students understand course concepts at the level of detail and sophistication that professors want.
Running time ~ 4:01
Learning Strategies Video Links
Tactical Motivation Management
Peter Walsh from the Center for Student Development at McMaster University covers the difference between natural and tactical motivation that develops study habits to decrease the 'willpower' needed to get started early.
Running time ~ 3:41
Winning Through Wedging
Peter Walsh from the Center for Student Development at McMaster University covers the Wedging Technique, an anti-procrastination and motivational technique.
Running time ~ 3:40
Time Management Video Links
First and Second Tools of Time Management: Reminder and Prioritization
Peter Walsh from the Center for Student Development at McMaster University covers the time management tools Reminder and Prioritization.
Running time ~ 3:32
Procrastination Avoidance Made Practical
Peter Walsh from the Center for Student Development at McMaster University teaches you to overcome procrastination using the Five Minute Technique and other strategies.
Running time ~ 3:37
Stress Management Video Links
Natural High Relaxation
Doctor Nathan Cooper, a psychologist from the Center for Student Development at McMaster University gives an introduction on how to manage stress using visualizations and meditation strategies.
Running time ~ 4:52
Universal Design Video Links
World Wide Access: Accessible Web Design
This video presentation from the University of Washington’s DO-IT Program shows how to make web pages accessible to people with disabilities.
Running time ~ 10:35
Real Connections: Making Distance Learning Accessible to Everyone
This video presentation from the University of Washington’s DO-IT Program provides guidelines for designing Internet-based distance learning courses to fully include all students, including those with disabilities.
Running time ~ 11:55
Access to Technology in the Workplace: In Our Own Words
In this video presentation from the University of Washington’s DO-IT Program, employees with a variety of disabilities describe how they use computers and promote the provision of accessible electronic and information technology in the workplace.
Running time ~ 12:45
Universal Design for Learning Overview
This video was created by the Springfield Technical Community College and details how Universal Design can be used effectively by faculty in institutions of higher education to promote the inclusion of students with disabilities in the classroom.
Running time ~ 12:47