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How to teach and manage children with ADHD / Fintan J. O'Regan, cover illustration by Peter Wilkes, inside illustrations by Rebecca Barnes

By: O'Regan, Fintan.
Contributor(s): Wilks, Peter [illustrator] | Barnes, Rebecca [illustrator].
Publisher: Nottingham, LDA : 2006Copyright date: 2001Edition: 1st.Description: 64 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9781855033488.Subject(s): TEACHERS GUIDES | TEACHING METHODS | ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER
Contents:
Preface. - Acronyms. - 1. Teaching children with ADHD. - 2. Structure, differentiation, flexibility and relationships. - 3. Social factors. - 4. Other organisations, professionals, parents. 5. Support materials. - 6. Appendix.
Summary: Offers tips, advice and support for teachers, teaching assistants and parents coping with children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD). Brings together the latest thinking on ADHD and provides useful schooltime strategies. Includes advice on the different ways that ADHD may affect girls and reflects upon tactics to stop bullying in schools. Provides tips on developing alternative learning strategies, classroom organisation and playtime supervision. Contains a section on how to manage school trips successfully and why they are such a good idea.
List(s) this item appears in: Behaviour strategies for children. November 2017
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Preface. - Acronyms. - 1. Teaching children with ADHD. - 2. Structure, differentiation, flexibility and relationships. - 3. Social factors. - 4. Other organisations, professionals, parents. 5. Support materials. - 6. Appendix.

Offers tips, advice and support for teachers, teaching assistants and parents coping with children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD). Brings together the latest thinking on ADHD and provides useful schooltime strategies. Includes advice on the different ways that ADHD may affect girls and reflects upon tactics to stop bullying in schools. Provides tips on developing alternative learning strategies, classroom organisation and playtime supervision. Contains a section on how to manage school trips successfully and why they are such a good idea.

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