Guidance & Counseling Videos
If you’re a teacher, you’ve been bombarded with information on a number of syndromes, illnesses, disabilities, and other information to facilitate classroom inclusion. Inclusion has added to your burden of teaching. Yet there seems to be a silver lining in each child regardless of their status. This short program discusses Asperger’s Syndrome which is one of the least known, yet fastest emerging diagnoses for children and adults.
This collection introduces the issue of conflict and its resolution as a part of workshops on management, leadership, communication, negotiation and diversity.
This is perhaps one of the best programs relating to ADD/HD, as it was designed by Barbara Berg, M.S., M.C.S.W, who has counseled thousands of youngsters with ADD/HD and had also been diagnosed as ADD/HD herself.
In Blue Eyed, we join a group of 40 teachers, police, school administrators and social workers in Kansas City – blacks, Hispanics, whites, women and men. The blue-eyed members are subjected to pseudo-scientific explanations of their inferiority, culturally biased IQ tests and blatant discrimination. In just a few hours under Elliott’s withering regime, we watch grown professionals become despondent and distracted, stumbling over the simplest commands.