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  1. How To Reach And Teach Children with ADD/ADHD: Practical Techniques, Strategies, and Interventions (J-B Ed: Reach and Teach) by Sandra F. Rief M.A., 2005-03-17
  2. The ADD/ADHD Checklist: A Practical Reference for Parents and Teachers (J-B Ed: Checklist) by Sandra F. Rief M.A., 2008-10-06
  3. Beyond F.A.T. City - A Look Back, A Look Ahead: A Conversation About Special Education (Viewer's Guide) by Richard D. Lavoie, 2005

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3. Arghhhh, The School/homework Nightmare - MotheringDotCommunity Community
The statistics on add/adhd , special ed, dropout rates, etc are not coincidence. The current public school model does not work for many boys.

4. Conquer College With LD/ADD - "One-of-a-kind" Online Course For HS Students Begi
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Be a Successful College Graduate! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRLog (Press Release) Sep 23, 2009 Conquer College with LD/ADD —an innovative online course for special education high school students —begins its fall session October 7th. Registration is currently underway for this one-of-a-kind course delivered via 10 live webinars (also recorded), 60 – 90 minutes in length, that teach students, and their parents, how to prepare for, appropriately choose, and thrive in college. Today's students with learning disabilities are attending college in record numbers yet, their graduation rate remains dismal when compared to their peers. Indeed, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, 16% of students with learning disabilities go on to graduate college versus 27% of their non-disabled peers. For students with LD, this translates into low self-esteem and severely-reduced income potential. For their parents, it translates into a significant tuition loss; college, for most families, is their second largest investment, surpassed only by their home. College success

5. A Mind At A Time By Melvin D. Levine - Reviews, Discussion, Bookclubs, Lists
Finally a voice of reason shining through the labeling storm clouds of ADD, ADHD, Special Ed. etc. Reading this was like being inside another persons mind, often a very close mind
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by Melvin D. Levine A Mind at a Time rating details 291 ratings reviews Recognizing each child's intellectual, emotional, and physical strengthsand teaching directly to these strengthsis key to sculpting "a mind at a time," according to Dr. Mel Levine. While this flashing yellow light will not surprise many skilled educators, limited resources often prevent them from shifting their instructional gears. But to teachers and parents ...more Recognizing each child's intellectual, emotional, and physical strengthsand teaching directly to these strengthsis key to sculpting "a mind at a time," according to Dr. Mel Levine. While this flashing yellow light will not surprise many skilled educators, limited resources often prevent them from shifting their instructional gears. But to teachers and parents whose children face daily humiliation at school, the author bellows, "Try harder!" A professor of pediatrics at the University of North Carolina Medical School, Levine eloquently substantiates his claim that developmental growth deserves the same monitoring as a child's physical growth. Tales of creative, clumsy, impulsive, nerdy, intuitive, loud-mouthed, and painfully shy kids help Levine define eight specific mind systems (attention, memory, language, spatial ordering, sequential ordering, motor, higher thinking, and social thinking). Levine also incorporates scientific research to show readers how the eight neurodevelopmental systems evolve, interact, and contribute to a child's success in school. Detailed steps describe how mental processes (like problem solving) work for capable kids, and how they can be finessed to serve those who struggle. Clear, practical suggestions for fostering self-monitoring skills and building self-esteem add the most important elements to this essentialyet challengingprogram for "raisin' brain."

6. Teaching ADD Students
What teachers should know before teaching children (i.e., pupils or students) with add or attention deficit disorder. Many of these same principals also apply for teaching
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What Teachers Should Know
The child who repeatedly disrupts your class and who seldom completes assignments may not be deliberately troublesome, but could be showing signs of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). Similarly, a student who constantly stares out of the window might not be intentionally ignoring you, but instead could be demonstrating behavior caused by ADD. This disorder causes impulsive behavior, difficulties in focusing attention, and sometimes hyperactivity. Fortunately, when ADD is identified correctly, a program that combines supervised medication and teaching strategies designed to modify behavior can lead to success in the classroom.

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