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Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with ADHD, Second Edition (Preschool to 9 years)

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PITRW with ADHD (Preschool to 9 years) manual
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Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with ADHD has been recently revised into two age-appropriate versions. One is designed for students aged 10 to 17 years whilst this particular edition is suitable for those in preschool through to 9 years.

All of the original ideas and forms have been updated and approximately 50% have been changed substantially (e.g, new forms have been included) or are completely new ideas. Several ideas were deleted based on feedback from education professionals.

Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with ADHD - Second Edition is a product that provides teachers with practical and sensible solutions for students' problems with inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.

The materials include two components:

  1. An easy to use evaluation form to rate a student's behaviours that interfere with student learning and a matrix to select appropriate interventions
  2. A book of practical ideas, containing suggestions for interventions, explanations of strategies, reproducible forms, and helpful examples.
 
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