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LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D #1 Collaboration in the RTI Tier 2: The Role of the Educational Therapist (Audio) by Ungerleider1
LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D #2 Examining Evidence-Based Practice in Secondary Special Education (Audio) by Conover/Mummert2
LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D # 3 Executive Functions; Developmental Progression for Children with LD/ADHD by Edwards3
LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D #4 Explicit Instructions of Metacognitive Skills (Audio) by Sweeney/Jarombek4
LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D #5 How Can You Improve Self-Esteem in those with LD/ADHD? (Audio) by Guyer5
LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D #6 It's Not Just an Academic Problem (Audio) by Hume6
LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D #7 Making the Connection-Assessment for Learning & Instruction (Audio)7
LDA 45th Annual International Conf 2008 C/D #8 Maximizing Learning for Today's Schools (Audio) by Mastropieri8
LDA 45th Annual International Conf.2008 C/D #9 The Motivation Breakthrough Part 1&2 (Audio) by Lavoie9
LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D # 10 Moving into Adulthood (Audio) by Roffman/Brinkerhoff10
LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D #11 Organizational Problems: Is it LD, ADHD, or Both? (Audio) by Silver11
LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D # 12 Self-Awareness Profile (Audio) by Basquez12
LDA 45th Annual International Conf. 2008 C/D #13 Talking to Promote Listening (Audio) by Sylvestro13

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