How to Teach & Manage Children with ADHD
There are on average, one or two children with attention deficit disorder (ADHD) in every classroom in the UK. Understanding how to effectively teach and manage such children is therefore essential for anyone working in the education sector. This reassuring and practical book will equip you with the necessary knowledge and skills to achieve this.
Children with ADHD may have issues with inattention, hyperactivity and impulsivity, and can be more difficult to engage, motivate and teach, Fintan O’Regan’s accessible and often humorous book is full of advice and information on the best ways of teaching children affected by ADHD.
This inspiring book will show you how to:
-Develop alternative learning strategies to suit pupils with ADHD.
-Understand the different ways this condition affects boys and girls.
-Effectively organise your classroom, its rules and routines.
-Create resources that enable children to gain full access to the curriculum.
-Ensure pupils with ADHD socialise and interact positively with their peers.
About the author:
Fintan O’Regan is a former secondary teacher and headmaster of the Centre Academy in London which is regarded as the first specialist school in the UK for children with ADHD and other specific learning difficulties.
He is currently an associate/behavioural/SEN advisor for Surrey LEA, and a lecturer at Leicester University of Wales. He is also the education director of ADDIS Charitable Trust, and a behaviour and learning consultant.
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