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Selected Streaming Videos
These are some of the streaming videos available for Columbia College students.
List of streaming videos in Films on Demand about education.
Assistive Technology: Powerful Solutions for Success
This streaming video takes viewers into classrooms where low- to mid-tech AT solutions are helping students with disabilities to become confident, independent learners. The video covers auditory process supports (interactive white boards, Inspiration software, and FM Classroom Amplification systems); fine-motor and writing supports (AlphaSmart, MathPad Plus, UltraKey, Franklin Spellers, Ginger Software, and Livescribe's Pulse Smartpen); and reading supports (WYNN software, TestTalker, Kurzweil 3000, Bookshare, the WizCom Reading Pen, and materials from Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic).
Autism and Applied Behavioral Analysis
This ABC News program profiles two children with autism who receive this intensive form of therapy and discusses the mixed results of it.
Dillon is Different : Fragile x Syndrome
To talk with 10-year-old Dillon Kelley, it is not readily apparent that he has a form of mental retardation. But that does not stop his 4th-grade classmates, who discern that he is unlike them without understanding why, from teasing and shunning him. In this program, ABC News anchor Ted Koppel compassionately presents Dillon's story as an opportunity to better understand the genetic disorder called Fragile X syndrome.
Recognizing Children with Special Needs
This video describes a wide range of special needs symptoms from minor balance and movement problems to major or grand-mal seizures.
Special needs students in regular classrooms? : Sean's story
This is the story of an eight-year-old boy with Down syndrome who was part of a battle over "inclusion," the practice of placing mentally or physically challenged students in regular classrooms.
Teaching Lessons and Learning Lessons in the Special Ed Classroom
This down-to-earth program shares the hard-won experiences of an award-winning special ed teacher. Speaking with an engaging mix of candor, earnestness, and passion, he explains how personal introspection, collaboration with other staff members, promoting trust, structuring the academic environment, instilling success, and developing teacher/student interdependence have transformed his classroom into a place where students thrive.
Winning Srategies for Inclusive Classrooms
This program takes viewers into elementary school classrooms to review strategies that empower teachers to more effectively manage their time, use their expertise, collaborate on content, and understand their roles and responsibilities. The video provides inclusive teams with specific examples of behaviors that can be used in the classroom so that all children benefit from quality instruction.
Selected DVDS available at Stafford Library
These dvds are available at Stafford Library.