Teachers enrolled in this course will...


  • the three types of AD/HD – hyperactive, inattentive, combined.
  • the causes, symptoms, and treatments of AD/HD.
  • myths and misunderstandings about AD/HD.
  • modifications and accommodations for students with AD/HD for classroom and home.


  • how varying kinds of AD/HD manifest themselves and the varying treatments available.
  • the referral process, the Committee on Special Education, and the difference between 504 and IDEA.
  • how to manage students with AD/HD in the classroom and at home.

and Be Able To

  • assist in the identification of process of AD/HD.
  • create a classroom environment that is conducive to children with AD/HD.
  • provide accommodations and modifications.
  • implement the materials in this course into their daily lessons.
  • be able to incorporate positive and informative communication strategies to work effectively with parents for the benefit of students.

and much, much more!

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