Classroom Success for the LD and ADHD Child

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John F. Blair, Publisher, 1997 - Education - 342 pages
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For years, the assumption has been that it is mainly parents who need to be shown how to help their LD/ADHD children. This book is unique in its emphasis on educating teachers and other professionals as well as mothers and fathers. Stevens offers practical suggestions on: --recognizing the LD/ADHD child --adjusting teaching techniques --adapting texts and other materials --using specialists effectively --adjusting classroom management procedures --testing and grading fairly
 

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Contents

An Afternoon with Al
3
Recognizing the LDADD Child
12
For the LDADD Child First Grade Isnt Much Fun
35
Fifth Grade and Still Failing
52
Fifteen and in the Eighth Grade
74
A New Approach to an Old Problem
88
Ask the Specialist
113
Ask the Child
125
Adjustments in Texts Materials and Assignments
212
Adjustments in Teaching Techniques
234
Adjustments in Homework
261
Adjustments in Testing
285
Adjustments in Grading
300
The Final Analysis
310
Useful Addresses
334
Select Bibliography
335

Ask the Parents
137
Developing Creative Child Management Techniques
148
Adjustments in Classroom Management
187

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