This book for teachers of students in K-5 provides strategies, tips, and techniques for managing all kinds of behavioral disorders, from ADHD to Tourette's, from Bipolar Disorder to Oppositional Defiant Order. Written in an easy to read style and with easy to implement ideas that any teacher can pick up and use right away, it provides a comprehensive overview of the most common kinds of behavioral disorders and how to meet these students' need in the inclusive classroom. This is the second edition of Maryln Appelbaum's 'How to Teach the Hard to Manage Child.'
Maryln Appelbaum is well-known internationally as an outstanding authority on children, education, and families. She has worked as a teacher, an administrator, and a therapist and has been a consultant throughout the United States. She has written more than 30 how-to books geared exclusively for educators and parents. She has been interviewed on television and radio talks shows and has been quoted in newspapers including USA Today. She owns a seminar training company, Appelbaum Training Institute, with her son, Marty Appelbaum, and they and their speakers train educators all over the world. She has master's degrees in both psychology and education and completed her doctoral studies in both education and psychology. Appelbaum's influence impacts the entire globe with her thoughts for the day that go out to thousands of educators via e-mail daily. Her strategies have been implemented in schools across the world successfully. There is not a day that goes by that someone does not contact her at Appelbaum Training Institute to tell her "thank you." Those "thank you's" come from teachers, administrators, parents, and students whose lives have been impacted by Maryln. Appelbaum's books and her talks are always packed with strategies for success. She is a positive, motivational, dynamic, caring, one-of-a-kind difference maker for the world.
List of Figures Foreword by Marty Appelbaum Preface Acknowledgments About the Author 1. How to Handle Students With ADHD ADHD Inattentive Type ADHD Hyperactive-Impulsive Type Both ADHD Inattentive and ADHD Hyperactive-Impulsive Types 2. How to Handle Students With Learning Disabilities Strategies for Succeeding With Students With LD A Concluding Story 3. How to Handle Anger and Oppositional Defiant Disorder The Stages of Anger and Strategies for Each Stage Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) 4. How to Handle Bullying Strategies for Understanding and Handling Bullying 5. How to Handle Students With Bipolar Disorder Strategies for Succeeding With Students With Bipolar Disorder 6. How to Handle Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder Strategies for Succeeding With Students With ASD 7. How to Handle Students With Asperger Syndrome Strategies for Succeeding With Students With AS 8. How to Handle Students With Tourette's Syndrome and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Characteristics of Tourette's Syndrome (TS) Characteristics of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Psychological Consequences of TS and OCD Strategies for Succeeding With Students With TS and OCD 9. How to Handle Students Who Are Disruptive Skill One: How to Handle Tattling Skill Two: How to Handle Complaining Skill Three: How to Handle Constant Chatter Skill Four: How to Handle Blurting Out Skill Five: How to Handle Talking Back Skill Six: How to Handle Power Struggles Skill Seven: How to Handle Student Conflicts Conclusion References Index