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How To Reach And Teach Children With ADD/ADHD:

Title 2:
Practical Techniques, Strategies, And Interventions (Third Edition)
Sandra F. Rief
8.5" x 11"
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Price: $34.95
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The third edition of How to Reach and Teach Children and Teens with ADD/ADHD has been completely revised to offer the most updated and comprehensive guidance to everyone engaged in the positive education of children and teens who have been diagnosed with ADHD or show signs and symptoms of the disorder. This valuable resource contains the research-validated treatments, educational laws, management tools, and myriad strategies designed to help these students succeed academically, behaviorally and socially. This book also includes authentic case studies, student intervention plans, communication forms, and much more. While addressing the specific needs of students with ADD/ADHD, the strategies are also appropriate and recommended for all children and teens who appear to have executive function weaknesses, or who are experiencing any learning, attention, or behavioral difficulties.



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