LD Podcast

A podcast for parents by parents of children with learning disabilities

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It’s A Miracle- We’re Back!!!


After a long hiatus, I’m bringing the LD Podcast back! I’ve gotten a bunch of great and supportive emails from folks, letting me know they miss the show. And now that my book is finished, it’s time to dust off the microphones and hit Reboot! While I can d


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 18 March 2011  n/a
 
 

Dale Brown, Part III


Apparently, there was some problem with the order of the shows and the feed, so I am reposting this episode, Dale Brown, Part III. Sorry for the shows being out of order. I blame the summer. Click here to listen to Dale Brown, Part III


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 21 July 2009  n/a
 
 

Dr. Richard Selznick- the Shut Down Learner


The next few shows will feature an interview I did with Richard Selznick PhD. Dr. Selznick is a psychologist and head of the Cooper University Learning Center in New Jersey, and has written a great new book entitled "The Shut-Down Learner". The Shut-Down


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 13 July 2009  n/a
 
 

Dale Brown- growing up LD Part II


Dale Brown is the former director of LD Online, and helped found the self-help movement for people with learning disabilities. In this show, we talk about how important it is for people to be able to tell others about their learning issues, both to seek h


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 13 July 2009  n/a
 
 

Dale Brown- Self Help for Learning Disabilities


When Dale Brown was young, she struggled in school. This was long before the term learning disabilities became common. She did what she could to get along, but she often found the way her mind worked and the way she perceived things got in the way. In thi


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 11 June 2009  n/a
 
 

Kevin Carroll- Rules of the Red Rubber Ball Part 2- Fail Better


In the second part of our conversation with Kevin Carroll, we talk about the concept of "fail better". Part of the important aspect of play is that it lets you experiment and riff in a safe environment, where failing and retrying, tinkering, and treating


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 23 May 2009  n/a
 
 

Show #108 Dr. Stuart Brown Part II- Success, Practice, and Grandparents


In today's show, I talk a little bit about the importance of working memory, and then we hear the second part of the interview with Dr. Stuart Brown, as we finish our discussion about the importance of play and imagination in developing critical thinking


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 24 March 2009  n/a
 
 

Show #107- Dr. Stuart Brown- National Institute for Play


Dr. Stuart Brown is a physician and psychiatrist who has been studying the importance of play for many years, and is the founder of The National Institute for Play. He's written a wonderful new book, entitled "Play: How it Shapes The Brain, opens the Imag


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 06 March 2009  n/a
 
 

Show #106- Dr. Russell Barkley :Understanding ADHD


This show features the second half of my conversation with Dr. Russell Barkley. We talk about many critical things parents and educators need to know about ADHD, but the most critical is this: Kids with ADHD tend to be 30-40% delayed in developing execut


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 20 February 2009  n/a
 
 

Dr. Russell Barkley- ADHD Insights, Part 1 Show #105


Back in November, I had a chance to sit down with the very well known Dr. Russell Barkley, one of the true giants in the field of ADHD research. Dr. Barkley is one of the principal investigators in the longest term study on ADHD to date known as the Milw


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 06 February 2009  n/a
 
 
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