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Drs. Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines, professors at the University of Central Florida in the College of Community Innovation and Education, have worked with schools and parents across the country. They take a fun and informal look at "practical" situations from teachers, parents, and people with disabilities. Our approach is fast, flexible thinking about "real" life problems. This podcast is not about the "legal" approach, but our best advice from both personal and professional experience.
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In today's episode, Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker sit down with Jacqueline Towson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP. An Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Central Florida.
S3: E2: Dr. Sena

S3: E2: Dr. Sena

2020-09-1722:21

Join Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker along with their colleague Dr. Leslie Sena a faculty member at Bethune Cookman. Dr. Sena shares her expertise in the field and her personal experience about visual needs.  A must listen to Podcast to understand the power of self-advocacy and high expectations.  
Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker faculty members at the University of Central Florida share what is in store for this season. They also share some tips to get started under this unique school year.  Be set to meet an array of professionals in both content in the field and life experience on the topic of disability.  We are excited to share conversations with some amazing individuals this season.  
S:2 E:20 Persistence

S:2 E:20 Persistence

2020-07-1009:55

Join Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker as they share practical ideas related to helping children and students with disabilities preserver.  Ideas align with what we know about goal setting and grit.  Working hard produces strong outcomes and these high expectations for outcomes are critical for all people, including those with disabilities.  Please share questions you might have on Twitter @accesspractical
Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF faculty members, share their thoughts on how to IEP goals should progress over time.   The ideas shared emphasize a need for both independence and alignment. Once again, the focus is on students learning to advocate for their needs while fostering their ownership of their plan. We look forward to receiving your questions on Twitter @accesspratical
Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF faculty, share their thoughts on how to ensure learning is occurring.  The practical ideas shared provide ways to assess and frame learning to ensure positive outcomes for learners with disabilities.  The ideas shared are simple and meant to be used on a daily basis to both frame learning targets and outcomes. We look forward to receiving your questions on Twitter @accesspratical
S:2 E:17_Bullying

S:2 E:17_Bullying

2020-06-2713:10

Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF faculty, share their thoughts on how to help your students or children make friends or to deal with bullying.  The practical ideas shared are meant to provide ideas to help build friendships or regain power from those being bullied.  The ideas shared will help you think about giving students with disabilities words and ideas to ensure they are confident in their strengths. We look forward to receiving your questions on Twitter @accesspratical
S:2 E:16:  Tech or Text

S:2 E:16: Tech or Text

2020-06-1915:45

Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF faculty, share their thoughts on when to introduce tech or use text. How as parents or teachers do you decide when to move to more technology.  This episode provides ideas as to when and how to best use technology to help fill gaps, address stress, and to reduce learning gaps.  We look forward to receiving your questions on Twitter @accesspratical
Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF faculty, share their thoughts on helping teachers and families find resources and networks.  This episode highlights just a few of the national and local networks to consider including the Council for Exceptional Children, UCP, Tourette Syndrome Association and Best Buddies to just name a few. We hope you enjoy thinking about how to expand your support network as a teacher or a parent. We look forward to receiving your questions @accesspratical
Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF faculty, share their thoughts on helping children with disabilities resolve conflicts This episode provides ways to help children with disabilities confront problems with peers or siblings and reminds parents or teachers how to help teach these skills.  We look forward to receiving your questions @accesspratical
S:2 E:13: Manners

S:2 E:13: Manners

2020-06-0416:56

Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF faculty, share their thoughts on social cues and manners This episode provides practical ways to address teaching students with disabilities manners while ensuring high expectations.  We hope you enjoy our thoughts on this topic. Please follow us @accesspractical
NOTE: This podcast does contain explicit content respectfully related to the topic. Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF faculty, share their thoughts on questions posed by listeners related to life and disability.  In this episode, a special guest, Dr. Jillian Schreffler an expert on sexuality and disability provide practical ways for parents and teachers to talk about the topic of sexuality and sex education with their students or child.  We hope you listen carefully to Dr. Schreffler's advice on both helping our children or students understand their sexuality and to keep them safe. 
Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF faculty, share their thoughts on questions posed by listeners related to life and disability. This episode focuses on random questions asked from what to do if you are having a bad day to what are we reading to what are jobs of the future.  We look forward to future questions to give our best practical advice. 
S:2 E:10: Hobby to Job

S:2 E:10: Hobby to Job

2020-05-2712:31

Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF Faculty members, answer a parent question about how to pick a hobby or volunter experience that could lead my child with a disability to a jobb? They share practical ideas to help teachers, and parents instill a voice to help students or their child consider future careers. Remember questions can be shared on Twitter @accesspractical.  Follow us on itunes or iheart podcasts. 
S:2 E:9: Creativity

S:2 E:9: Creativity

2020-05-2513:55

Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF Faculty members, talk about how to ensure your students or children use their creativity. They share practical ideas to build a students' creative skills by instilling both voice and choice to find their passion. Remember questions can be shared on Twitter @accesspractical.  Follow us on itunes or iheart podcasts. 
CELEBRITY ALERT!  Drs. Rebecca Hines invites her sister UCF graduate and movie star and producer Cheryl Hines to discuss an important topic in these times of stress - laughter.  Dr. Hines and Dieker, UCF Faculty members, ask for advice for both teachers, parents, and individuals with disabilities from Cheryl Hines https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0385644/ how to use, understand, and learn to laugh as both individuals and as teachers and parents.  The Hines sisters are always a good laught when they are together, and Cheryl's expertise in this episode is a gift to think about the importance of laughter and deciding how much oxygen to give the hecklers in our world. We hope you enjoy this special episode and thank you Cheryl Hines for helping us all fill the world with a little more laughter. Remember questions can be shared on Twitter @accesspractical.  Follow us on itunes or iheart podcasts. 
S:2 E:7: Empathy

S:2 E:7: Empathy

2020-05-1512:57

Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF Faculty members, discuss how to build empathy in all learners, but especially students with disabilities. They share practical classroom ideas along with ideas for parents. They stress the importance of giving back and service learning that is authenticate and done by people with disabilities not for them. Remember questions can be shared on Twitter @accesspractical.  Follow us on itunes or iheart podcasts. 
Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF Faculty members, provide tips and tricks about time management. They share their VERY different approaches to time, but share practical ideas to help students, teachers, and parents with time management. They remind listeners about the importance of approaching time management in a way that works best for the person with a disability - as management styles and practices differ.  Remember questions can be shared on Twitter @accesspractical.  Follow us on itunes or iheart podcasts. 
Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF Faculty members, answer a listener's question about the differences in rights from the K-12 setting to college. They address how the IEP ends and access begins. They share tips to help college students and parents/teachers understand that college is a privilege not a right under IDEA, but that students with disabilities still do have access to some levels of support. They remind listeners about the importance of considering college through Think College options for students with intellectual disabilities.  Remember questions can be shared on Twitter @accesspractical.  Follow us on itunes or iheart podcasts. 
Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker, UCF Faculty members, share their thoughts self-advocacy.   This podcast was recorded on Dr. Hines' birthday so listen to learn about what she wanted to be when she grew up.  In this episode the team discuss the importance of knowing one's strengths and weaknesses along with looking for development benchmarks in peers. They share big and small practical ideas for parents and teachers to support students with disabilities in being their own advocates. Remember questions can be shared on Twitter @accesspractical.  Follow us on itunes or iheart podcasts. 
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