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ASCD Annual Conference and Exhibit Show

2016 ASCD Annual Conference and Exhibit Show

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Thomas Armstrong Webinars

Neurodiversity in the Classroom

About the Presenter

Thomas Armstrong is an award-winning author and speaker with over 35 years of teaching experience from the primary through the doctoral level. More than 1 million copies of his books are in print on issues related to learning and human development. 

He is the author of 14 books including Neurodiversity in the Classroom (ASCD, 2012), Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom (ASCD, 2009), The Best Schools: How Human Development Research Should Inform Educational Practice (ASCD, 2006), and Awakening Genius in the Classroom (ASCD, 1998). His books have been translated into 25 languages, including Spanish, Chinese, Hebrew, Danish, and Russian.


Neurodiversity in the Classroom by Thomas Armstrong

Neurodiversity in the Classroom

Thomas Armstrong

Strength-Based Strategies for Students with Special Needs

Recorded January 29, 2013

In this webinar, Thomas Armstrong introduces the emerging concept of neurodiversity as a new way of embracing the strengths of students with special needs.

Integrating Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom

Recorded November 9, 2010

Armstrong examines multiple intelligences theory and the eight intelligences and explores the importance of utilizing the theory to reach a diverse group of learners. 


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  • Kacey_Bell 1 year ago

    Very interesting lecture. I love learning more about our differences and ways that I can help diversify my classroom.

  • Jacqueline_Armstrong 5 years ago

    Thank you! This was a practical way to talk about MI. I found out that I know and use many of these strategies almost intuitively and it is good to get the 'research' side of what we do.

    On the technical side, I found the sound was sometimes indistinct and the slides were sometimes so small that I couldn't see the details and had to rely on the audio. That required rewinding several times.

    Overall a wonderful learning experience. I will certainly 'attend' more webinars--this was my first!