100 Ideas for Supporting Pupils with ADHD
Providing 100 practical ideas to enhance and develop learning, this is a resourceful guide for anyone working to support pupils with ADHD. Each idea has been successfully tried and tested. Ideas range from preparing to teach the ADHD child to helping develop the child’s social skills and self esteem.
Table Of Contents
1. Preparing to teach the child with ADHD
2. Lesson time
3. ADHD and the classroom
4. Behavioural difficulties
5. Helping the pupil with organization
6. Specific learning difficulties
7. Handwriting problems
8. Enhancing self-esteenm and social skills
10. Gifted children with ADHD
11. Parents and colleagues
13. ADHD with other difficulties
Geoff Kewley is a Consultant Paediatrician specialising in the management of children with neurodevelopmental, behavioural and learning difficulties, especially ADHD.
Pauline Latham is Centre Manager at the Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre and has personal experience of ADHD.
"Suggestions are split into easy-to-digest chunks and include sections on ADHD and the classroom, parents, medication and colleagues. This book would be a useful and informative guide for anyone working with children with ADHD." - Child Education, July 2008
"Both authors have worked in this area for many years and are well qualified... Through this book the reader will gain a thorough understanding of the concept, gender differences, learning styles and classroom strategies... the joy of these books [in the series] lies in the fact that you can pick them up, glance at an idea and instantly put it into practice"
Nasen Special, November 2008
[CODE: CTM-6607; 168 Pages]
[Authors: Geoff Kewley & Pauline Latham; Age Suitability: All]
Books in this series:
- 100+ Ideas for Managing Behaviour
- 100 Completely New Ideas for Managing Behaviour
- 100 Ideas for Supporting Pupils with ADHD
- 100 Ideas for Supporting Pupils on the Autistic Spectrum
- 100 Ideas for Supporting Pupils with Dyslexia
- 100 Ideas for Supporting Pupils with Dyspraxia and DCD
- 100 Ideas for Supporting Pupils with Social, Emotional, and Behavioural Difficulties