Item description for Classroom Success for the Ld and Adhd Child by Suzanne H. Stevens...
For years, the assumption has been that it is mainly parents who need to be shown how to help their LD/ADHD children. This book is unique in its emphasis on educating teachers and other professionals as well as mothers and fathers. Stevens offers practical suggestions on: --recognizing the LD/ADHD child --adjusting teaching techniques --adapting texts and other materials --using specialists effectively --adjusting classroom management procedures --testing and grading fairly
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Studio: John F. Blair Publisher
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.5" Height: 1.16" Weight: 0.88 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 1997
Publisher John F. Blair Publisher
ISBN 0895871599 ISBN13 9780895871596
Availability 3 units. Availability accurate as of May 23, 2017 06:57.
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More About Suzanne H. Stevens
Stevens is certified in both elementary education and special education. She lectures and conducts workshops for parents and teachers throughout the country.
Reviews - What do customers think about Classroom Success for the Ld and Adhd Child?
VERY informative book! Dec 8, 2006
As a homeschooler with an ADHD/LD son, I picked up this book at the library hoping for some advice on making lessons more do-able for my son. I feel like I hit the jackpot! Although directed to classroom teachers, this book contains info that is useful for both parents and teachers. It gives examples of how various types of lesson plans can be adapted to varying abilities without sacrificing content. It provides "ammo" for parents who (unfortunately) must fight with schools to accomodate their child's needs. It gives a picture of what kind of classroom can meet the needs of ALL students. this book should be read by ANYONE who works with ADD/LD children.
Clear and concise guide to understanding the special child. Aug 7, 1998
This book gives a clear and useful accounting of the difficulties encountered by students with LD's and ADHD. The first two chapters introduce Al, a young man with classic ADHD. The rest of the book expands on how this person deals with his disability and how classroom teachers can recognize and help those with ADHD and LD's.