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ADHD – What to do and what to avoid

Quick guide for teachers

Donatella Arcangeli

Product: Book

Trim size in cm: 14x21cm

Pages: 132

ISBN: 978-88-590-2046-2

Publication date: 01/01/2020


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Teacher Training aims to make teachers understand the cognitive function of children and young people with some type of disorder (developmental, behavioural, psychiatric), so that they can apply specific and therefore more effective teaching techniques, and develop a common language with clinicians who treat the child.

In the style of a Teacher Training notebook, ADHD What and what not to do presents targeted and ready-to-use instructions to successfully face 15 behaviour problems typical of Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder.

 The book is divided into 15 chapters grouped into three macro sections: hyperactivity, impulsivity and inattention, or the typical problem behaviours of children with ADHD in the 6-11 age group.



  • Presentation

  • Introduction


Hyperactivity

  • Chapter 1 – Getting up and wandering around the class

  • Chapter 2 – Laying under the desk

  • Chapter 3 – Playing with materials on the desk

  • Chapter 4 – Chatting and disturbing the lesson

  • Chapter 5 – Playing in a loud and chaotic way


Impulsiveness

  • Chapter 6 – Not waiting his/her turn

  • Chapter 7 – Interrupting and overbearing

  • Chapter 8 – Making the same mistakes

  • Chapter 9 – Reckless behaviour

  • Chapter 10 – Difficulty in being patient


Inattention

  • Chapter 11 – Not writing down homework

  • Chapter 12 – Unfinished class work

  • Chapter 13 – Distraction and daydreaming

  • Chapter 14 – Difficulty with organization

  • Chapter 15 – Losing and forgetting things



  • Conclusion

  • Bibliography

  • Appendices

  • Information sheet

  • Observation checklist

  • Monitoring chart

  • The contract

  • Collecting awards