This workshop provides an overview of school-based interventions for students with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Dr. DuPaul begins the workshop by describing how to implement various school-based interventions, such as organizational/study skills training, peer tutoring, self-management, and computer-assisted instruction. He describes an assessment approach to link a child’s acting-out behavior to behavioral functions. Dr. DuPaul also works through three case examples of children (ages 7, 9, and 13) with ADHD who have difficulty in a school setting. Lastly, progress monitoring, data-based decision making, and special education is covered. Runtime: 290 minutes
The DVD Workshop series on Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology provides professionals and students instruction on the current state of the scientific evidence—and timely updates on treatments from experts in the field. Workshop videos vary in length and are designed to train professionals on the implementation of specific evidence-based interventions with youth. Printouts of the presentation, slides, reference lists and other resources are available on line.
The files below include PDF downloads of additional resources that may be used in conjunction with the DVDs. These include slides, resources, a case study, handouts, and references.