This is a clear and concise guide to classroom practice for teachers dealing with pupils with attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder, a condition that is estimated to affect on average one in every twenty-five children. In this new and revised edition, the authors present in an accessible style and with regard for the everyday realities of the classroom life: key issues commonly raised by teachers about AD/HD; sources of information on the nature and assessment of AD/HD; advice to teachers on how to communicate with both parents and professionals; and practical classroom strategies and interventions for effectively tackling the condition.
All teachers of pupils in the 5-16 age range will benefit from the explanation and advice on AD/HD offered in this resource book. It will be of particular interest to SENCOs, teachers concerned with Home School Liaison and those concerned with emotional and behavioral difficulties in the classroom.
Paul Cooper is Professor of Education at the University of leicester and Katherine M. Bilton is Senior Education Research Analyst for the New Mexico State Legislature in Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA, specializing in international education policy and teacher preparation.