This is an invaluable and practical guide providing those working with children suffering from ADHD one hundred ideas on how to support and develop their learning. This useful, resourceful and practical guide provides those working with children suffering from ADHD one hundred ideas on how to support and develop their learning. It contains lists covering the entire school age ranges with ideas from developing effective strategies to helping the child in the classroom to encouraging the progression of individual skills such as handwriting, comprehension processing tasks.The "Continuum One Hundreds" series offers 100 invaluable and practical ideas for teachers of all levels.
Geoff Kewley is a Consultant Paediatrician specialising in the managment of children with neurodevelopmental, behavioural and learning difficulties, especially ADHD. Pauline Latham is Centre Manager at the Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre.
1. Classroom Strategies; 2. Lesson time; 3. Troubleshooting in the classroom; 4. Associated disruptive behavioural difficulties; 5. Helping the child with organization; 6. Specific learning difficulties; 7. Handwriting problems; 8. Enhancing self-esteem; 9. Medication; 10. Gifted children with ADHD; 11. ADHD with Asperger's syndrome; 12. The developing child.