The Spanish edition of the best-selling title How to Reach & Teach ADD/ADHD Children gives teachers and parents classroom-tested techniques and practical know-how for helping children with attention deficit disorders -- with or without hyperactivity. Focusing on the "whole child" and a team approach that helps guide children toward academic as well as personal success, the books shows how to identify ADD/ADHD, develop successful home-school intervention plans, get and keep student attention and increase on-task behavior, improve students' organization and study skills, use multisensory activities and methods for language arts and math instruction, modify assignments and tests, and more. Included are sample contracts, charts, a student self-evaluation checklist, sample letters and documentation on communicating with physicians and agencies, observation sheets, and an outline for a social skills planning unit to help manage the impulsive, overly stimulated, "quick-to-anger" child as well as the child who just can't focus.
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A Spanish-language edition of the best-selling reference explains how to meet the needs of youngsters with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, explaining what ADD/ADHD is, management techniques that promote interaction, a comprehensive treatment program, multi-sensory instruction strategies, a
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Book Description Center for Applied Research in Education, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0130893978
Book Description Center for Applied Research in Education, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-005-87-5186105