ADD/ADHD

Working with Different Modality Strengths and Limitations

November 26, 2012 ADD/ADHD

Characteristics and strategies Individuals of all ages tend to learn better when presented with new information in a way that makes sense to their brain and nervous system. Here is some information to help learners of different abilities. Appreciating and accommodating these differences whenever possible can reduce a great deal of stress for everyone concerned— teachers, […]

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The “Ideal” Student

November 26, 2012 ADD/ADHD

The students we were taught to teach Traditional classrooms tend to favor students with the following characteristics or strengths: Strong in linguistic and logical-mathematical intelligences Academically on grade level (not too far ahead or behind) Learning Preferences: Prefers working in a quiet environment Best time of day: Early morning, afternoon Social: Prefers working quietly alone […]

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I’m Hyperactive, You’re Hyperactive

November 26, 2012 ADD/ADHD

Implications for a diagnosis Excerpt from chapter 18, “Physical Safety: The Student Body,” in Creating Emotionally Safe Schools (by Jane Bluestein, Ph.D., Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications, Inc., 2001). The material shared here was taken from the manuscript from this book. The actual published version may be slightly different. Public schools have begun to issue […]

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The Inclusive Teacher with Margit Crane

November 26, 2012 ADD/ADHD

Success with your ADD and ADHD students Episode Summary: Teachers encounter a wide range of student needs, experiences, abilities, personalities, and behaviors. Dr. Jane Bluestein talks with Margit Crane about ways to accommodate such diversity, assuring teachers that

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Some Kids Study Better When…

November 19, 2012 ADD/ADHD

Noticing and accommodating learning preferences There are several ways to change or maintain our level of alertness and attentiveness. Even if your study habits are different from your children’s, it is possible that they will be able to concentrate and learn by

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Book: Dr. Bluestein’s Book of Handouts

September 19, 2012 ADD/ADHD

The Complete set of Handouts as an eBook in PDF form by Dr. Jane Bluestein More than 130 pages of tips, tricks, ideas, research-based information used by thousands of participants in Dr. Bluestein’s training programs and presentations.

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Audio: Working Successfully with Difficult Students

September 19, 2012 ADD/ADHD

Practical Strategies for Working Successfully with Difficult Students A Live Audio Seminar by Dr. Jane Bluestein A recording of a full-day seminar presented by Dr. Jane Bluestein, who shares brain-friendly techniques for improving learning, achievement, and academic performance, even with students who have a history of failure, frustration, low self-control, bad attitudes, and poor test scores. […]

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Book: Classroom Management

September 19, 2012 ADD/ADHD

One of the books in The Best of Corwin series. edited by Dr. Jane Bluestein Classroom management techniques that empower you and your students! This collection features excerpts from nine critically acclaimed Corwin publications by recognized experts, bringing a variety of classroom management techniques and

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Raves for Creating Emotionally Safe Schools

September 10, 2012 ADD/ADHD

What People Are Saying about this Book by Dr. Jane Bluestein Finally a voice of reason arises from the din. School safety transcends debates on metal detectors and surveillance cameras. Within the walls of our schools exists

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Movement and Learning with Dr. Aili Pogust

August 15, 2012 ADD/ADHD

A Partnering Relationship Episode Summary: Vital information about the relationship between movement and literacy, and the importance of meeting the body’s needs for all learning. Dr. Aili Pogust addresses

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Presentation: Dealing with Difficult Students

August 13, 2012 ADD/ADHD

Practical Strategies for Success with Defiant, Defeated and other At-Risk Kids Presentation by Dr. Jane Bluestein We all know who they are: The unmotivated student who performs below his capabilities. The student with weak social skills who has a hard time getting along with her peers. The nontraditional learner who

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Book: Creating Emotionally Safe Schools

August 3, 2012 ADD/ADHD

A Guide for Parents & Educators by Dr. Jane Bluestein This thoroughly readable, research-based book covers all the bases—including, social, neurological, emotional, academic, cultural and physical factors that impact the emotional climate of a school, and how safe schools feel to the people who spend their time there.

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Conditions with ADHD “Look-Alike” Symptoms

July 30, 2012 ADD/ADHD

Several of the following conditions, problems, or disorders can have similar symptoms to those frequently misdiagnosed as ADD or ADHD. This list includes

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Presentation: “My Brain Doesn’t Work Like That”

July 30, 2012 ADD/ADHD

Creating success with non-traditional (and traditional) learners by accommodating learning needs Presentation for educators or parents by Dr. Jane Bluestein We all have individual preferences and needs when it comes to learning. Some of us like it quiet, while others need music or other noises in order to concentrate. Some need

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