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Looking behind behaviour

In this video clip Jake and his parents describe his behaviour at school as a result of having language difficulties. Things changed for him once he gained focused support.

Multiple means of engagement – Managing fear so learning can occur

In this collection of short videos about Universal Design for Learning, Dr David Rose and CAST colleague Grace Meo explain how engagement, goals, affective demands, and resources are connected. Collated by the Alberta Regional Consortia.

My life with Asperger's: Daniel Wendler at TEDxUniversityofArizona

Daniel Wendler talks about growing up with Asperger syndrome. No captions or transcript available.

Overcoming dyslexia, finding passion: Piper Otterbein at TEDxYouth@CEHS

Piper Otterbein, a senior student at Cape Elizabeth High School in the US, talks about her experience of dyslexia and discovering her strengths in 2013.

Understanding autism: A guide for secondary school teachers (part 3)

The third of four segments ("Practices for Challenging Behavior") in Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary Teachers. The videos provide strategies for supporting middle and high school students with autism.


In this video on the UDL: Supporting diversity in BC schools website, Canadian teachers share some of the ways they prepare learning materials to address diverse student needs in their classrooms. No captions or transcript available.

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