Listen to current audio recordings.
(Updated February 2018)
While these resources are eligible for CEU credit, many are hard to find or out of print, so please plan accordingly.
ALTA Conference Videos — In 2016, ALTA began recording presentations at the annual conference. These videos are available to watch for CEU credit, and ALTA members receive a discount. A full list of videos may be viewed here.
Barkley, R. A. (2002). Nature, Diagnosis and Assessment. ADHD Symposium.
Barkley, R. A. (2002). Comorbid Disorders, Etiologies and Outcomes. ADHD Symposium.
Barkley, R. A. (2002). A Theory of ADHD: Inhibition, Self-Control and Time. ADHD Symposium.
Barkley, R. A. (2002). Managing ADHD: Counseling and Medication. ADHD Symposium.
Bernstein, Jane (2009). From Office to Real Life. AET Conference (4 hours).
Birsh, J. R. (1997) Learning Disabilities to Learning Abilities. West Tisbury, MA: Vineyard Video Productions.
This is a 6 part series that includes the following parts, each of which is approved for CEU credit. The six part DVD series, LD/LA: Learning Disabilities/Learning Abilities, produced by Vineyard Video Productions with Judith Birsh, Ed.D. is being offered to teachers seeking ALTA continuing education, at a 50% discount for the set, or at a 40% discount for individual DVDs. This offer is not on their website. For more information or to purchase, email or call 508-693-3584.
- Part 2 — The Teaching - What LD Students Need
- Part 3 — Reading Is Not a Natural Skill: Teaching Children the Code to Unlock Language
- Part 4 — Children Parents and Schools and Strengths
- Part 5 — ADD/ADHD/LD: Understanding the Connection
- Part 6 — Teaching Math: A Systematic Approach for Children with Learning Disabilities
Brooks, R. (1997). Look What You've Done! Stories of Hope and Resilience for Teachers and for Parents. Public Broadcasting Service. DVD, 72 minutes, $39.95.
Brooks, R. (2012). The Power of Resilience. 28 minutes.
Eden, Guinevere F. (2015). Brain Imaging Studies of Reading and Reading Disability. University of California Television (UCTV). Guinevere F. Eden, Georgetown University Medical Center, highlights the importance of distinguishing between cause and consequence of dyslexia. Reading is a cultural invention and has to be learned through explicit instructions, resulting in the utilization of a variety of brain areas that were not designed specifically to read. This presentation explores how brain imaging technology has been used to reveal brain areas that are involved in word processing in typical readers and how these differ in children and adults with reading disability (e.g. dyslexia).
Goldstein, S.; & Goldstein, M. (1990). Educating Inattentive Children. Video, 120 minutes, $49.00.
Hallowell, Ned (2017). Distraction. Podcast. 35 min.
Lavoie, R. (2005). Beyond F.A.T. City: A Look Back, A Look Ahead. Public Broadcasting Service. DVD, 90 minutes, $49.95.
Lavoie, R (1989). How Difficult Can This Be? Public Broadcasting Service. 1 hour, 6 minutes.
Lavoie, R. (2005). It's So Much Work to be Your Friend. Public Broadcasting Service. DVD, 90 minutes, $49.95.
Lavoie, R. (1997). Learning Disabilities and Discipline with Richard Lavoie: When the Chips are Down. Public Broadcasting Service. DVD, 62 minutes, $49.99
Lavoie, R. (1994). Learning Disabilities and Social Skills: Last One Picked, First One Picked On. Public Broadcasting Service. DVD, 62 minutes, $49.99.
Lerer, Seth (2016). The History of the English Language, 2nd edition. University of California at San Diego. 18 CEUs for all lectures. Audio CD: $19.98, DVD: $48.79, 36 lectures / 30 minutes each.
Martin, Jamie (2017). Assistive Technology for Students with Dyslexia and Dysgraphia. Understood for learning and attention issues. 60 min.
Minson, Ron, MD. (2016). Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities. Brain Ideas Symposium. 32 min.
Project READ (2017). Framing your Thoughts: Applied Writing project READ. Project READ. 240 min.
Raymond, Susan (2011). Journey Into Dyslexia. Susan Raymond. 76 min.
Reed, Sherry (2013). Embracing Dyslexia. Luis Macias. 1 hr
ALTA members may also wish to check the International Dyslexia Association website, which contains numerous videos of varying length that are updated continuously.