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TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • SECTION 1: What Is: ADD/ADHD? 1

  • SECTION 2: Critical Factors in Working With ADD/ADHD 5

  • SECTION 3: A List of Don'ts 13

  • SECTION 4: A Comprehensive Treatment Program for ADD/ADHD 15

  • SECTION 5: Preventing Behavioral Problems in the Classroom Through Management Techniques 19

  • SECTION 6: Preventing Problems During Transitions and Noninstructional Time 33

  • SECTION 7: Attention: Getting It, Focusing It, Keeping It 37

  • SECTION 8: How to Teach Students Organization and Study Skills 45

  • SECTION 9: Multisensory Instruction 53

  • SECTION 10: Language Arts Strategies 59

  • SECTION 11: Written Language Strategies 71

  • SECTION 12: Math Strategies 83

  • SECTION 13: Tips for Giving Directions 93

  • SECTION 14: The Advantages of Cooperative Learning with ADD/ADHD Students 95

  • SECTION 15: Learning Styles 109

  • SECTION 16: Relaxation, Guided Imagery, and Visualization Techniques 125

  • SECTION 17: Music for Transitions, Calming, and Visualization 131

  • SECTION 18: Communication With Parents and Mutual Support 139

  • SECTION 19: A Parent's Story: What Every Teacher Needs to Hear 143

  • SECTION 20: Medication and School Management 155

  • SECTION 21: What About Kindergarten? 161

  • SECTION 22: The Challenge of Middle School and Junior High 179

  • SECTION 23: Actual Case Studies With Intervention Plans 185

  • SECTION 24: How Administrators Can Help Teachers and Students Succeed 197

  • SECTION 25: Team Teaching and Teacher Partnerships 201

  • SECTION 26: Using Tutors and Volunteers to Help Students in the Classroom 203

  • SECTION 27: School Documentation and Communication With Physicians and Agencies 205

  • SECTION 28: School Referrals, Assessment, and Special Education Placement 211

  • SECTION 29: Exemplary Model Programs 223

  • SECTION 30: Child Advocacy: Going the Extra Mile 233

  • BIBLIOGRAPHY AND RECOMMENDED RESOURCES 237

 

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