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Adhd: Beyond The Hyperactive Stereotypes

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Adhd: Beyond The Hyperactive Stereotypes
Last updated 3/2021
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.35 GB | Duration: 1h 4m

How to surpass executive function obstacles and get your ADHD afflicted students to succeed​

What you'll learn
Teachers will learn about ADHD, it's misconceptions and truths, facets of executive functioning affected and strategies designed to help students with ADHD learn in their targeted way and keep up with their neurotypical labeled classmates. This course is designed for novice or experienced teachers, assistant teachers, student aides and other teaching professionals.
Requirements
A general knowledge or association with special educational objectives, RTI and IEPs is helpful, but not necessary.
Description
ADHD is so much more than just hyperactivity and it is a real condition. Just ask someone who knows....like me for example. I have had ADHD my whole life and it was the biggest factor in my choosing to become a teacher. I wanted my students never to go through the miserable school struggles that I did. When I was growing up, if you weren't able to focus on your work, you were told that you should try harder. Well, as anyone who has worked and tried as hard as they could when doing something knows, there is nothing more insulting to that person than telling them they aren't trying hard enough. I have devoted the past 2 decades to excellence in teaching and have reached all the children with ADHD that have come to my class. In this course, ADHD: Beyond the Hyperactive Stereotypes, teachers will learn how to recognize signs children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder need a break, classroom strategies that truly work for the ADHD afflicted child, what ways executive function is impacted and how to surpass executive function obstacles, ways to improve working memory, promote better peer to peer relationships, myths and stereotypes of ADHD that need to disappear, truth about the long history of ADHD, coexisting conditions that shadow ADHD including depression and ODD and much more!
Overview
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 course teaser
Lecture 2 Introduction to ADHD
Section 2: ADHD Myths and Truths
Lecture 3 ADHD Myths
Lecture 4 Time For a Break If...
Section 3: ADHD: An Executive Function Puzzle worth completing
Lecture 5 Executive Function Challenges
Lecture 6 Classroom Strategies that Work Wonders for ADHD
Section 4: Coexisting Conditions
Lecture 7 ADHD's Coexisting Conditions
Lecture 8 Bonus!
Lecture 9 You're all done!
Teachers, Assistant Teachers, 1 to 1 aides, student aides, teacher aides, resource office personnel and any other educational professionals

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