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Develop skills to understand the diagnosis of AD/HD, including recent brain research. Learn the impact that AD/HD has on a student's social, academic, and psychological functioning, along with practical strategies to assist the student in the classroom. Discuss the following topics: differentiating AD/HD from other disorders, brain-based research, special education and 504 accommodations, social skills, organizational skills, and academic modifications. Target audience: educators, special educators K-12. NOTE: This course is required for completion of the Other Health Disabilities Certificate and can be used to fulfill elective credits for the Traumatic Brain Injury Certificate.
Polson, Jennifer, "SPED7085-CSO.ADHD Learners.Su14.Polson,Jennifer" (2014). Syllabi. 8610.
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